The Spanish Colonial architecture of Santa Barbara is discussed in depth by local real estate professional and founder of Investec Real Estate Companies, Kenny Slaught. He points out the unique traits of style of architecture, such as intricately adorned archways. He also discusses the history behind the arrival of the movement to the area that led to the popularity of the architectural design.
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.
Santa Barbara property investor and successful entrepreneur, Kenny Slaught has recently reviewed on his blog at KennySlaught.com 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.
Technological developments are revolutionizing America’s real estate industry, helping the property management sector to be more efficient and profitable. Applications and software that offer numerous online collaborations and –most importantly –workflow automation is increasing in popularity, in large part because they provide immediate access to accurate and consolidated data and information sets. President and founder of Santa Barbara’s Investec Real Estate Companies Kenny Slaught shares his thoughts on how California developers can best apply innovative models and cyber operations in their business strategies.
It’s been almost 100 years since famous architect George Washington Smith, inspired the California movement called the Spanish Colonial revival. He was a man who dropped out of Harvard, but eventually became a successful businessman. He settled in the Santa Barbara region anticipating a relaxing lifestyle and planning to work on his painting interests. Smith was shocked that everyone loved the house he had designed and encouraged him to continue creating architectural masterpieces in the area. Smith used authentic materials from Spain and merged new and old world inspiration to create his structures. His works are sought out and enjoyed for their simple beauty and intricate design. Known as a founding father for Santa Barbara, other architects have mirrored his style for many generations. Santa Barbara Real Estate Developer, Kenny Slaught can appreciate the keen eye and attention to detail required to design the architectural works of art designed by Smith.
Recognized as a world famous tourist destination, this coastal California town, north of Los Angeles, is full of beautiful buildings with a rich history. From Spanish inspired homes to intricately adorned archways and structures, the city was developed with the intention of an appealing design that would limit uncontrolled growth. As a passionate Santa Barbara real estate professional, Kenny Slaught, provides insight into how the architectural integrity was upheld throughout the years. Maintaining the natural charm of this region was intentional and as early as 1925, city planners enacted development controls to prevent demotion of Spanish Colonial architecture. The community was the first in the United States to proactively think about the importance of historic buildings. Controls were put in place and guidelines were designed to preserve unique structures and park spaces. In 1960 Santa Barbara established legal protection for historic landmarks.