Month: December 2015
Living LGBT in Georgia – The Pros and Cons
As one of the most southern states, few gay or lesbian people think about moving to Georgia. But while the state’s reputation may be deserved in some parts, others are much more accepting. Atlanta, for example, is home to a fair number of LGBT people. Georgia is worth considering. Let’s take a look at the state’s history with LGBT laws. Sodomy Laws The state was actually fairly late in removing its sodomy laws. They were still on the books until […]
The Gay Life in San Francisco
For many LGBT people, the idea of living in San Francisco is heaven—it’s the city of acceptance, the place you can walk down the street holding hands with your partner without fear of being called names. You can shop at all the amazing stores on Castro street, eat great food, and enjoy the cool sea breeze. But a lot of people move out to San Francisco without really looking at what life in the city is really like. That’s why […]
Considering a Move Out to Colorado?
Colorado is known for its snow, Pike’s Peak, and, more recently, the legalization of marijuana. But the state is also known for being fairly liberal in some ways. LGBT people who are considering a move to Colorado will certainly want to know what the state has to offer. Gay and lesbian real estate professionals can certainly tell you about the best places to live in Colorado and provide you with some basic information about how the state treats its LGBT […]
These Cities are Surprisingly LGBT Friendly!
If you ask a gay or lesbian Realtor about LGBT friendly cities, you’ll probably expect to hear names like San Francisco, Seattle, and New York City. However, there are a number of surprisingly LGBT friendly cities out there that people don’t often think of. We’ve listed some of these before, but here are a few more cities you might consider moving to if you’re looking for places that are both welcoming and not as expensive as New York or California. […]