Month: December 2015
Living the LGBT Life in Connecticut
Connecticut is often imagined as a picturesque state, especially in the fall. The trees turn amazing colors, and people take long drives through the area to see them. But, of course, there’s more to Connecticut that trees. The state is one of the oldest in the nation, and it’s home to a number of major industries and universities, including Yale. It’s also home to a large number of LGBT people, and there’s a reason for that. An Early Win Back […]
What to Know When Living in New York City
Living in New York City isn’t necessarily what you’d expect it to be. That’s why gay and lesbian real estate agents often surprise their clients when they tell them that the Big Apple isn’t like it appears on TV. Yes, the rent is high and the subways aren’t always a pleasant experience, but the city more than makes up for it. Here are a few things you might want to know about NYC before you make the move. Avoid the […]
Is Moving to Las Vegas a Good Option for Me?
Thinking about moving to Las Vegas? The city is known for gambling, amazing shows, and quickie marriages, but should an LGBT single or couple move there? As you’d probably expect, Las Vegas is open to just about anything, and that includes the LGBT community. Any gay or lesbian Realtor will tell you that Vegas is quite welcoming and, in fact, is really nothing like most people think. The strip is really just a very small part of the city, and […]
The Biggest Pride Events in the U.S.
Are you already thinking about what pride events you want to go to this coming year, or maybe you’re going to factor in this large celebration into where you plan on moving next. Pride can, after all, be a good way of judging just how welcoming a city is to LGBT people and how active the community is. Many gay and lesbian real estate agents will be able to tell you what the pride celebrations are like in their cities, […]