Monthly Archives: February 2016

Robert Dawson, Gay Lynchburg Property Manager

Periodically we’ll feature one of our real estate professionals here to let our readers know about some great Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Other Real Estate Professionals. As newly elected president of our Lynchburg Association of Realtors for 2016, I look forward to serving my professional peers as well as our community. Owner/Broker of Dawson Ford… Read more »

Selling Your Home in Brandon SD. Advice From Those Who Have Been There

Selling Your Home in Brandon SD. Advice From Those Who Have Been There Have your home’s heating and air conditioning systems checked for proper working order before you put the home on the market. Servicing major appliances, like the heating and air conditioning system, before selling your home makes it more appealing, because buyers don’t… Read more »

Buying Real Estate in Sioux Falls SD

Buying Real Estate in Sioux Falls SD If you trust the realtor you have chosen for your real estate purchase, it can be in your interest to ask about service providers for other aspects of the purchase. Realtors work with mortgage lenders and others on a regular basis and can recommend those that they have… Read more »

Jeffrey Crandell, Gay San Mateo Real Estate Agent

Periodically we’ll feature one of our real estate professionals here to let our readers know about some great Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Other Real Estate Professionals. I look forward to meeting you and helping you find your next home or sell your existing one. The Peninsula is a fabulous place to live whether you work… Read more »

Death of the Gayborhood: Queer Aging in the Time of Gentrification

Seattle is experiencing a new era of gentrification, one that doesn’t just bulldoze low income apartment buildings but is also wiping out traditional gayborhoods, severing the links between queer generations. Two artists respond with resilience. Seattle is “broverwhelmed.” Between the tech industry and the real estate developers catering to upscale tastes of the increasingly privileged… Read more »

Best Cities for Gay, Lesbian & Straight Singles

This post was provided by Zillow.com: If you found yourself alone this Valentine’s Day, your location may be the problem. While you can find love anywhere, it’s even easier to find love in some metros than others according to new research on the best cities for love in 2016. Zillow looked at the following factors… Read more »

SF Planners Recommend Approval of Housing Slated for Castro funeral home

As expected, San Francisco planners are recommending approval of a mixed-use redevelopment project that would incorporate a Castro funeral home building. At its February 11 meeting, the planning commission is expected to vote on the Prado Group’s revamp of Sullivan’s Funeral Home at 2254 Market Street and its adjacent parking lot. The developer has proposed… Read more »

Lynn Wunsch, Lesbian Denver Real Estate Agent

Periodically we’ll feature one of our real estate professionals here to let our readers know about some great Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Other Real Estate Professionals. My real estate practice is based upon my core values and my passion to provide superior customer service, leverage my expertise and knowledge, serve as an advocate and the… Read more »

The Gayborhood: Venice Gay Bar ‘Roosterfish’ to Close

Los Angeles is losing one of its oldest and most dearly beloved gay bars: Roosterfish in Venice is set to close after 37 years after a rent hike has made its lease unaffordable. Wrote bartender Gaetano Jones on Facebook: “So yes the rumors are true… After 37 years of business, The Roosterfish is closing for… Read more »