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Real estate service identifies cities with most LGBTQ-friendly universities Releases List of “Cities With The Most LGBTQ-Friendly Universities in America”

Press Release - February 5, 2019, a service which connects buyers and sellers with compatible agents, has released their list of cities with the most (or the best host cities for) LGBTQ-friendly universities in America. The team assembled the list to provide a tool for those seeking a safe area to learn and thrive.

The agency used their own in-house expertise paired with analytics from the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index, results from a survey conducted by The Princeton Review (which polled 137,000 students on their feelings toward equitable treatment based on sexual orientation) and non-discrimination policies, both within universities and regionally, to provide their list of the best American cities for LGBTQ-friendly universities.

Though many areas in the country provide safe, protected communities, the agency has identified Boston-Cambridge, Princeton, New York City, Los Angeles, Oberlin (Ohio), Portland, St. Petersburg and Providence as the best host cities for LGBTQ-friendly universities.

The team works to identify the best LGBTQ-friendly cities and communities in each state and region of the country and cultivates relationships and deep networks in each, so as to provide their clients the support they need to find ideal residency. The service provides is one of many that LGBTQ individuals can use to bypass potential anxiety, discrimination and inequitable treatment.

With more than 25 years of experience as the industry leader, continually strives for the protections of all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identification, and will continue to advocate for the full and equal treatment of all individuals: in real estate markets and all areas of life.

The team hopes their list helps students through the journey of finding a community where they can live, and learn, with dignity.

Jeff Hammerberg
For Immediate Release

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