Kenny Slaught Explains The Development Of The Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture

Kenny Slaught Explains The Development Of The Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture

A United States architectural movement, the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was initiated in the early 20th century. The movement involved designing some cities that were the foremost Spanish coRead More...
Kenny Slaught On Southern California’s Ongoing Dependence On Hoover Dam

Kenny Slaught On Southern California’s Ongoing Dependence On Hoover Dam

The ground-breaking dam built during the American Great Depression period was erected between 1931 and 1936, costing Americans $49 million dollars. The dam was originally named Boulder Dam, but becameRead More...
Kenny Slaught Supports HSB’s Anticipatory Grief Services Initiative

Kenny Slaught Supports HSB’s Anticipatory Grief Services Initiative

People with terminal illnesses and their close ones are helped by the grief services at Hospice of Santa Barbara, Kenny Slaught explains. The free initiatives concentrate on kids. It appears as 20 perRead More...

Since founding Investec Real Estate Companies in Santa Barbara, California, in 1983, Kenny Slaught has led the firm through the execution of more than $1 billion in property transactions, encompassing residential, commercial, and office spaces across five coastal California counties. As president of the most successful real estate management enterprise in Santa Barbara, Kenny Slaught… Continue Reading

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Kenny Slaught Explains The Development Of The Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture

A United States architectural movement, the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was initiated in the early 20th century. The movement involved designing some cities that were the foremost Spanish colonies, which then became American cities, using the Spanish architectural style. A big portion of this architectural style can be seen in California. After an earthquake that… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Southern California’s Ongoing Dependence On Hoover Dam

The ground-breaking dam built during the American Great Depression period was erected between 1931 and 1936, costing Americans $49 million dollars. The dam was originally named Boulder Dam, but became Hoover Dam in honor of then-President Herbert Hoover, who had made significant contributions to the completion of this prodigious project. It is 221 meters in… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Supports HSB’s Anticipatory Grief Services Initiative

People with terminal illnesses and their close ones are helped by the grief services at Hospice of Santa Barbara, Kenny Slaught explains. The free initiatives concentrate on kids. It appears as 20 percent of them face the death of a caretaker before reaching 18, while one in 20 lose a loved one before becoming an… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Aims To Help Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation Be Successful

The educational outreach programs offered at the Santa Barbara Bowl, an outdoor music venue, reach 20,000 students every year. Property investor Kenny Slaught, based in Santa Barbara, talked about these programs on his blog at KennySlaught.com. Read more: http://markets.financialcontent.com/investplace/news/read/33663282/Kenny_Slaught_%E2%80%93_Raising_Awareness_of_Education_Outreach_Programs_at_the_Santa_Barbara_Bowl Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Notes Services Of Hospice Of Santa Barbara

Hospice of Santa Barbara offers numerous programs for those terminally ill and their families, especially children. One in 20 kids lose at least one caretaker before becoming an adult, and one in 5 loses a relative before 18 years old. The organization assists people cope with the loss through its many programs. Kenny Slaught explains… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Low Rates Inside California’s Hot Market

Due to inflation, the West Coat buyers are forced to pay increased prices for less modern homes. Kenny Slaught explains that prices have steadily been on the rise since 2008. The Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index shows that in April of this year, homes reached their highest price since October 2007. Southern California’s… Continue Reading