Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara City College Has A Great Reputation When It Comes To Offering Network Support

Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara City College Has A Great Reputation When It Comes To Offering Network Support

Santa Barbara City College has demonstrated a great reputation in training professionals who work in the specialization of network support. As per Kenny Slaught, “your precious time will be wisely iRead More...
Kenny Slaught Discusses California Architectural Traditions

Kenny Slaught Discusses California Architectural Traditions

Kenny Slaught reports on his blog that some of the most famous Santa Barbara architecture features include the centuries-old Hotel Virginia, El Pueblo Viejo district in historic downtown along with thRead More...
Kenny Slaught Supports HSB’s Anticipatory Grief Services Initiative

Kenny Slaught Supports HSB’s Anticipatory Grief Services Initiative

Kenny Slaught notes that Hospice of Santa Barbara provides a thorough range of services benefitting individuals facing terminal and chronic illness, as well as their families. Several of the programs Read 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 – Santa Barbara City College Has A Great Reputation When It Comes To Offering Network Support

Santa Barbara City College has demonstrated a great reputation in training professionals who work in the specialization of network support. As per Kenny Slaught, “your precious time will be wisely invested studying this favorable and beneficial program.” Network engineers work at a company managing their computer network and helping employees with the best technological applications… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Discusses California Architectural Traditions

Kenny Slaught reports on his blog that some of the most famous Santa Barbara architecture features include the centuries-old Hotel Virginia, El Pueblo Viejo district in historic downtown along with the two pink towers of the Old Mission, hosting today retreats and festivals. The brightly colored tiles making up the County Courthouse are brilliant displays… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Supports HSB’s Anticipatory Grief Services Initiative

Kenny Slaught notes that Hospice of Santa Barbara provides a thorough range of services benefitting individuals facing terminal and chronic illness, as well as their families. Several of the programs at the organization serve the needs of children as they struggle with the impending or recent passing of a loved one. As 20 percent of… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Believes In Rich History Of Santa Barbara Area

Famous architect George Washington Smith is the man behind the California movement known as the Spanish Colonial revival nearly 100 years ago. Smith left Harvard to eventually work as a bond trader, and once he became a wealthy businessman, he moved to Santa Barbara area anticipating a relaxing lifestyle pursuing on his painting interests. However,… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Totes Santa Barbara’s Commitment To Philanthropy

Kenny Slaught calls the Santa Barbara community’s widespread commitment to philanthropy a major pillar in its success. The county’s civic leaders, business professionals, and residents have upheld the city’s deep tradition of nonprofit activity and generous giving, with numerous charities, volunteer organizations and community initiatives, and carrying on the tradition that dates back to 1928… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Low Rates Inside California’s Hot Market

Because of a white-hot housing market, today’s West Coast buyers learn that they must pay excessively high prices for older, less luxurious homes. Kenny Slaught notes that home values have been steadily rising since 2008, and the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index reveals that Los Angeles home prices reached their highest point during… Continue Reading