Kenny Slaught Discusses Santa Barbara’s Architectural Integrity

Real estate professional, Kenny Slaught, talks about the integrity of Santa Barbara’s architecture and the steps taken to maintain it over the years. He discusses George Washington Smith, the architect who made the style popular in California, and the distinct characteristics that can be found within the architectural design.

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Kenny Slaught Blogs About Local Education Opportunities

Santa Barbara property investor and successful entrepreneur, Kenny Slaught has recently reviewed on his blog at some great career opportunities and training programs offered by Santa Barbara City College especially designed for those who aren’t pursuing college credits but instead learning something new. The community of Santa Barbara is a space that provides its citizens with many prospects with career advancement and professional training in skills that are relevant in the real world. Having mentioned before the many ways the community comes together and pushes forward programs that benefit all of those who call Santa Barbara, home, Kenny Slaught discussed the many programs available to those interested, including Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, Graphic Design, among others.

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Slaught Notes SBCC’s Great Reputation

Santa Barbara City College upholds a great reputation when it comes to preparing professionals to work in the area of network support. According to Investec CEO Kenny Slaught, “your valuable time will be wisely invested studying this promising and useful program.” Network engineers work with a company’s computer network, providing employees with the best technological applications in connectivity as well as data management. Like so many jobs in communications technologies, job opportunities are widely available and growing in numbers every year.

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Kenny Slaught Says Intuitive Software Modernizing Real Estate Investment

Having only been in the market for a few years, crowdfunding portals have rapidly grown over 150 startups across the nation, specializing in real estate. Today, around 7% of the U.S population is an accredited investor. In highly urban settings like Southern California, this number is closer to 20%. Software platforms such as CrowdEngine, RealtyShares, CrowdForce, and others made it possible to legally raise money from the general public, with some going as far as attracting 90% of equity requirement from investments made through these platforms. Data analytics applications such as Rentlytics, on the other hand, give owners greater insight into the performance and management of their portfolios. Coming from a diverse background of developing state-of-the-art properties for the past 35 years, Kenny Slaught notes that, in the real estate tech scene, California remains one of the most active states in the market. With cutting-edge innovation tools available to pool capital, borrowers and sponsors have raised over $53 million through 90 residential, multifamily, and commercial properties in Sacramento, San Francisco, and throughout the Bay Area.

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