Kenny Slaught Notes Workflow Automation Services Benefitting Real Estate Industry

Firms offering multiple online collaborations and, notes Kenny Slaught, more workflow automation are increasing in popularity, largely because they provide prompt access to accurate and concise data and information. New intuitive software and mobile apps, explains Slaught, give investors and developers a greater selection of lending and borrowing paths across a variety of real estate … More Kenny Slaught Notes Workflow Automation Services Benefitting Real Estate Industry

Slaught Recognizes GCE Grant-Winning Professor

Professor David Low, from UCSB’s Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, will be pursuing an innovative global health and development research project titled “Strategy for development of enteric pathogen-specific phage”. Low’s project focuses on a new way to deal with serious bacterial pathogens that are becoming resistant to many of the medical field’s once-powerful … More Slaught Recognizes GCE Grant-Winning Professor

Kenny Slaught Notes Proposition 13 Affecting Relocation

Many factors influencing California’s real estate market are particularly Californian in nature, and can be traced back to the general scarcity of land in desirable locations. Undeveloped land costs are exceptionally high, especially within the Los Angeles and San Francisco metropolitan areas. Kenny Slaught says there are regular delays in construction of new projects, which … More Kenny Slaught Notes Proposition 13 Affecting Relocation

Slaught Discusses Preservation Of City’s Architecture

According to Kenny Slaught, Santa Barbara city planners recognized the natural charm of Southern California and developed legislation to preserve Spanish Colonial architecture as early as 1925. The city became the first populace in the United States to realize the importance of its historical buildings. The County Courthouse is the most common downtown destination for … More Slaught Discusses Preservation Of City’s Architecture