90 Day Fiance stars Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet now have their own business. But it appears to be an attempt to placate Andrei’s pride. And its entire purpose is to support her father’s company. Andrei struggled to find a job in the past to support his family. Yet, is the new business just to keep him from causing more drama for the family?
90 Day Fiance: Andrei Struggles to Find Employment
A constant cause for fighting during their time on 90 Day Fiance was centered around Andrei’s unemployment. Elizabeth Potthast’s family were upset that the 32-year-old was without a job, causing strife between them. Especially because the couple had a baby on the way.
Elizabeth worked as a property manager for her father Chuck Potthast, a real estate investor, to pay the bills. A baby is a huge financial responsibility, so Andrei had to find work to help support his growing family.
Andrei Castravet and Elizabeth Potthast Start Their Own Business
Luckily, Andrei Castravet managed to secure a source of income around three months before their baby, Eleanor, was born. He and Elizabeth Potthast started their own business called Castravet Properties LLC. The Moldovan serves as the company’s president while Elizabeth is the vice president. Talk about climbing the corporate ladder.
It appears the 90 Day Fiance couple started a real estate business. Which Elizabeth has experience from working with her father. But can Andrei master the tricks of the trade? Maybe he and Chuck Potthast will finally get over their differences.
90 Day Fiance: Is Daddy Giving Andrei a Handout?
Starting a company can expensive and the couple was living on Elizabeth’s salary from working at her father’s business. This might mean that Chuck gave them help with startup costs and advice. If Andrei and Libby can make a go of their new business, then maybe Elizabeth’s father can have some peace of mind.
Keep watching 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After to find out what happens next.
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