Kenny Slaught Recognizes Professor David Low

David Low was awarded his bachelor’s degree in biology from UC San Diego, his master’s degree in microbiology from San Diego State University and his Ph.D. in cellular biochemistry from UC Irvine. As a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University he conducted research in molecular microbiology in the lab of Stanley Falkow, now a professor emeritus…

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Kenny Slaught Discusses UCSB’s Awarding Of GCE Grant

Active member and supporter of UCSB Foundation, Kenny Slaught has recently posted on his blog at KennySlaught.com that “The University of California Santa Barbara announced on May 26, 2016 that it is a Grand Challenges Explorations grant winner.” Read more: http://www.wafb.com/story/33799964/Kenny-Slaught-Congratulates-UCSB-on-Receiving-Grand-Challenges-Explorations-Grant

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Kenny Slaught Points To Low Rates For Hot Market

Because of a white-hot housing market, many 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 climbing since 2008, and the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index reveals that Los Angeles home prices reached their highest point during…

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Protecting Architecture Important, Says Kenny Slaught

As early as 1925, points out Kenny Slaught, the city planners in Santa Barbara recognized the natural charm of Southern California and developed legislation to preserve the city’s Spanish Colonial architecture. With this legislation, the city became the first populace in the United States to formally note the importance of historical buildings. The County Courthouse…

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Santa Barbara Real Estate Professional, Kenny Slaught, Discusses Iconic Features of City’s Architecture

Kenny Slaught, real estate professional, discusses the iconic features of the Spanish Colonial architecture found throughout Santa Barbara. From the adorned structures to the brightly colored floor tiles, examples of the characteristics can be found in historic landmarks in the city, such as El Pueblo Viejo and The Lobero Theatre. Read More: http://markets.ask.com/ask/news/read/32859226

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Santa Barbara Real Estate Professional, Kenny Slaught, Discusses the Spanish Colonial Architecture of the City

Kenny Slaught, real estate professional, highlights the architectural history of the city and how it has managed to maintain the Spanish Colonial look throughout the years. He talks about the architect who brought the style to the area, and he points out noticeable characteristics that can be found in the type of architecture. Read More:…

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SBCC Beneficial To Graduates, Says Kenny Slaught

Santa Barbara City College maintains a strong reputation for training professionals who work in the field of network support. According to Investec CEO and property investor Kenny Slaught, “your valuable time will be wisely invested studying this promising and useful program.” Network support engineers work within a company taking care of their computer network and…

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Mobile Apps Changing Real Estate Game, Kenny Slaught Says

Having been on the market for only a few years, crowdfunding portals have rapidly grown over 150 startups nationwide, specializing in real estate. Today, approximately 7% of the U.S population is an accredited investor. In a highly urban setting like Southern California, this number reaches 20%. Software platforms, such as CrowdEngine, RealtyShares, CrowdForce, among others,…

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Kenny Slaught Discusses Steadily Improving Housing Market

With a white-hot housing market, many West Coast buyers find that they need to pay excessively high prices for older, less modern homes. Kenny Slaught points out that costs have been steadily increasing since 2008, and common reference, the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index, notes that Los Angeles home prices rose to their…

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