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Kenny Slaught – Discusses Seven Best Landmark Destinations in Santa Barbara

Mission Santa Barbara was started in 1786 by the Spanish Catholic Church, and was the tenth church who converted the indigenous people in Santa Barbara County. The missions includes a filter house,  Spanish gristmill, portions of aqueducts, and two reservoirs served as part of Santa Barbara water system. Kenny Slaught says that those who want to… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Believes In Rich History Of Santa Barbara Area

Nearly 100 years ago, architect George Washington Smith started the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Smith dropped out of Harvard to work as a bond trader, and later came back to Santa Barbara to pursue his painting hobbies. However, the architect decided to continue creating artworks for Californians upon realizing how famous his paintings were. Smith… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Discusses Popularity Of Fundraising Campaigns In Property Sector

More people are using platforms that provide online partnerships and workflow computerization, thanks to their data accuracy. Kenny Slaught believes that such websites offer a wider market access access to real estate investors. As new mobile apps and intuitive software appeared, investors and builders were given an easier way to reach a broad market. Crowdfunding… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Furthers Advocacy For Hopice Of Santa Barbara

Property investor Kenny Slaught, who resides in California, shows his support to those who struggle. One of the projects he supports is Parenting After Loss, started by the Hospice of Santa Barbara. Slaught emphasizes the importance of offering social support to those who experienced a loss on his blog at Read more: Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Important Buildings In Santa Barbara’s Old City

The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was first encountered in former Spanish colonization areas in the early 20th century. This style is often found in California, and arrived to Santa Barbara after the 1925 earthquake. It was founded by architect George Washington Smith, who came in Montecito and made it popular. El Pueblo Viejo’s architectural style… Continue Reading