Category Archives: Properties

Kenny Slaught Discusses Benefits Of SBCC Programs

Santa Barbara City College has earned a great reputation when it comes to training professionals working in the field 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… Read More…

Five San Francisco Real Estate Dynasties

1. Bechtel Family Warren A. Bechtel started Bechtel engineering and construction company in 1923. He was only 25 years old. The Bechtel family is known for famous projects such as the Hoover Dam, the Channel Tunnel, Crossrail London and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. Warren A. Bechtel died unexpectedly during the Hoover Dam Project, so his… Read More…

Property Manager Enthusiasts

Property Manager Enthusiasts

Real estate expert Kenny Slaught has had a successful career with his company in Santa Barbara. He has managed to include more than 3 million square feet of coastal California apartment, office, retail, and self-storage properties throughout his long and fructiferous career. Although managing rental properties might be at first a daunting task, there are,… Read More…

Six Industrial Markets See Lower Vacancy Rates and Higher Rents in the First Half of 2016

Six Industrial Markets See Lower Vacancy Rates and Higher Rents in the First Half of 2016

There has been a recent boost in the industrial side of real estate causing the rents to raise and vacancy rates to drop. Let’s take a look at the six core industrial markets whose demand has risen in the first half of 2016. Atlanta Atlanta is having another productive quarter as some large industrial tenants… Read More…

Property Types to Invest In This Year

Property Types to Invest In This Year

Self-Storage There are many reasons why investing in self-storage facilities tops the list this year. Let’s take a look at a few. The self-storage sector has generated more than $22 billion in annual U.S. revenues. In a society of over-spenders, people need more space to store various items for various reasons. The recent recession caused… Read More…