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Jeff Hammerberg
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Real Estate Adviser & Home Buyer Authority
Real Estate Adviser & Home Buyer Authority

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According to our Delaware Gay Realtor the number of LGBT households in the state increased 41% between 2000 and 2010, showing that Delaware has become quite popular. Any gay or lesbian real estate agent in the area can tell you that since same-sex marriage was legalized in 2013, it’s become even more popular. If you’re considering a move to Delaware, here are some of the cities to consider.
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According to our Gay Realtor when it comes to Nashville, the city is a small hub of welcoming progressives. Many LGBT individuals and families actually move to Nashville every year because of the various job opportunities and the city’s increasing reputation as an open, welcoming place to live.
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Arizona does have a number of cities that are very welcoming to the LGBT community! Gay and lesbian real estate agents at www.GayRealEstate.com are available in much of the state to help you find the perfect home for you and your family. Here are a few of the cities and towns you might want to start your housing search with.
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While Arkansas may not be one of the states leading the charge for LGBT rights, there are definitely some welcoming cities here. Don’t let the fact that Arkansas is located in the Bible Belt deter you from moving to the state.
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According to our Gay Realtor there are a number of reasons you might want to live in one of these areas, but there are a few reasons why you may not as well. Here are some of these pros and cons.
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According to a gay realtor report there are renewed efforts at the state level to pass so-called religious freedom bills. LGBTQ rights advocates believe that's because local lawmakers are anticipating support from the Trump administration.
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Oklahoma is known for being a fairly conservative state, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have several great places for LGBT individuals and families. While it may only have a couple of large cities, each does have a number of suburbs. If you’re considering moving to Oklahoma and want to be sure you’re living in an area where you’ll be accepted, you want to consider either Tulsa or Oklahoma City.
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According to our gay real estate expert many senior citizens in the LGBT community find themselves with a dilemma as they age. Some simply don’t feel welcome in senior centers and assisted living facilities. Part of this has to do with age and how older generations are not always as accepting of LGBT individuals as younger people are. Others simply do not want to give up the homes they have worked so hard to purchase. They may have discussed selling with a LGBT real estate agent, but the idea of giving up their freedom doesn’t always sit well. Some don’t even want to move into assisted living because they see it as a step towards a nursing home.
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As many gay and lesbian real estate agents will tell you, Oregon has a good number of great cities for you to live. While many would assume Portland is the place to be, it’s not the only city you should consider.
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According to our Denver Gay Realtor, if you’re a part of the LGBT community, there are a few cities in Colorado that stand out for their incredibly welcoming attitudes and legal protections.
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