Month: September 2015
Would a Move to New Mexico Be In Your Best Interest?
New Mexico is a popular retirement area because of the dry heat, lower housing costs when compared to Arizona, and the gorgeous scenery. But is it a good place for LGBT people to retire or move to? With several large cities, including Albuquerque and Santa Fe, the state does have some majorly progressive areas. Santa Fe, in fact, has been called one of the country’s gay capitals, while Albuquerque has appeared on a number of great gay friendly places to […]
Signs your Realtor is LGBT-Friendly
There are a good number of gay and lesbian realtors out there, but there are also a good number of straight realtors who are more than willing to work with members of the LGBT community in finding the perfect home. A good number of realtors don’t care who you’re married too—they just want to match people up with their dream houses. But you may not feel comfortable coming right out and asking a potential realtor how they feel about same-sex […]
Moving to Indiana if you’re LGBT
Indiana is home to some 6.5 million people, so of course some of them are going to be LGBT. This is especially true in the larger areas such as the Indianapolis metro area. While the state’s capital has one of the larger LGBT populations in Indiana, there are also gay neighborhoods and communities in cities like Fort Wayne, Evansville, and Bloomington. If you’re talking to a gay or lesbian realtor about moving to Indiana, they may suggest one of these […]
Do You Have to Out Yourself to Buy a House?
Some LGBT people are out and proud, and they don’t care who knows. These people will announce their sexuality to their realtor, loan officer, and anyone else who asks. However, some LGBT people aren’t as out or as vocal about it. They may seek a gay or lesbian realtor because they know coming out to them won’t be a problem. There’s no chance they will be discriminated against because of their orientation. But what about coming out to the person […]