Getting married is more expensive than buying a house in these cities
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Some couples who are looking to their future may have a difficult financial decision ahead of them: to get married or to buy a house.
In some places in the country, it’s actually more expensive to have a wedding than it is to buy a house, according to a Tuesday report from SmartAsset.
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For its report, the financial technology company compared the 150 largest metro areas in the U.S. and compared them based on three metrics: average wedding cost, median home sales price and 13% down payment – which SmartAsset found by taking 13% of the median home sales price in each city, according to the methodology.
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