Santa Barbara is a famous tourist destination due to its gorgeous weather, stunning landscapes and impressively rich architectural legacy. The buildings found in the city are reminiscent of the Spanish colonization times when they were designed, and are not similar to other architectural styles found in the country. Santa Barbara was one of the first areas that developed its own architecture style, which goes strong up to this day. Real estate expert Kenny Slaught reflected on the city’s architecture and provided a historical timeline of the events taking place here on his blog at KennySlaughtNwes.com.
Santa Barbara City College provides several career opportunities and skill development programs to anyone looking to develop their skill set instead of going for college credits, real estate expert Kenny Slaught says on his blog at KennySlaught.com. The community of the city works together to make available programs that help each resident, some of the most popular including Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, Graphic Design and more, as Slaught mentions.
A project named Hoover Dam is situated in the middle of the Arizona and Nevada states and plans to provide water and hydroelectric energy to most of its area. Kenny Slaught, a real estate expert residing in California, recognizes the project’s efforts to bring more water and power resources to the communities in the region. Slaught believes that Hoover Damn’s great water capacity helped improve some of the country’s deserted outposts and helped them develop, as he mentions on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
Santa Barbara, sometimes called the American Riviera, is liked for its pleasant Mediterranean climate, breath-taking mountain surroundings, and gorgeous coastlines. Local real estate expert, Kenny Slaught says this city isn’t known as much, for its active or spirited neighbourhoods or friendly citizens. The Investec CEO thinks that to create these brilliant communities a strong history, a growing small business sector, and committed charitable organizations are needed. In early 20th century, Santa Barbara’s city planners set up laws to protect Spanish Colonial architecture because they saw the inherent allure of Southern California, making this city the first one in the United States to point out the positive impact of antique buildings. The County Courthouse attracts the most tourists, and is beautified with bright tiles and murals that depict major scenes from the city’s past., The Old Mission, also called the “Queen of Missions,” A church that has been used for over 200 years, gives a fabulous view into the formation of the New World with its guided tours and huge museum.
Property investor and Founder of Investec Real Estate Companies, Kenny Slaught has formerly served on the board of the Santa Barbara Hospice Foundation, and continues to be a supporter of Hospice of Santa Barbara. The proof came when he recently wrote about the organization’s ‘I Have a Friend Program’ on his blog at KennySlaught.com.