OTC Markets

  1. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.3% During Q1 2021
    Yahoo Finance
  2. Sortis Plays Key Role In Rescuing Portland's Iconic Ace Hotel
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  3. Sortis Holdings Invests in Blue Star Donuts
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  4. Sortis Holdings Results for the Third Quarter 2020: Record High Returns
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  5. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.02% During Q3 2020
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  6. Sortis is a Profitable, Low-Float Alternative Investment Company You Can’t Miss
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  7. Sortis Continues Trend of Profitability in 2020
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  8. Sortis Holdings, Inc.’s Diversified Alternative Investment Approach Entices as Global Markets Face Historic Volatility
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  9. Sortis Income Fund delivers ninth consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  10. Sortis Income Fund delivers 10th consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  11. Sortis Income Fund Closes Year With 12th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns
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  12. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net (Annualized) Return of 7.1% During Q1 2020
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  13. Sortis Income Fund Delivers 11th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns Expands to TD Ameritrade platforms
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  14. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.2% During Q2 2020
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  15. Sortis Accelerates Investment Activity Amid Crisis
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Weekend Reading

  1. Challenge Yourself Not To Go Back To ‘Business As Usual’
    Forbes
  2. Life Sciences Innovators Make Creative Real Estate Moves
    Globe Street
  3. Opportunity Zone Marketplace Roundtable
    Opportunity Zones DB
  4. Closed Hotels to Get Second Life as Housing Under Newly Passed Bill in New York State
    The Wall Street Journal
  5. In the commercial real estate industry, it's all about who you know. And that has perpetuated a diversity problem.
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  6. How real estate investment can be a form of activism
    Fast Company
  7. Many small businesses are having trouble paying rent – and customers aren't returning fast enough.
    Portland Business Journal
  8. Seattle joins $16.4M effort to revitalize downtown
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  9. Why record-low rents could revitalize NYC retail
    Real Estate Weekly
  10. It’s Expensive to Open Stores in NYC. Help is Here.
    The Wall Street Journal
  11. Los Angeles Has a Housing Crisis. Can Design Help?
    The New York Times
  12. California Has a Plan to Pay the Back Rent for Low-Income Tenants. All of It.
    The New York Times
  13. Built-To-Rent Suburbs Are Poised To Spread Across The U.S.
    The Wall Street Journal
  14. Remote Work Cited as Top Concern in Commercial Real Estate: Report
    Commercial Observer
  15. 74% of Fortune 500 CEOs expect to reduce office space
    Fortune
  16. The World’s Financial Centers Struggle Back to the Office
    Bloomberg CityLab
  17. Do Chance Meetings at the Office Boost Innovation? There’s No Evidence of It.
    The New York Times
  18. Whatever Their CEOs Say, Banks Are Wary About the Office
    The Wall Street Journal
  19. Tech Startups Ditch the Office for Far-Flung Bonding Trips
    The Wall Street Journal
  20. Co-Working from Your Apartment Building
    The New York Times
  21. This doughnut skyscraper is the future of architecture
    Fast Company
  22. Seven states, 3,000 miles: a trip across the US energy divide
    Financial Times
  23. Warehouse Rents Surge on Bidding Wars for Scarce Space
    The Wall Street Journal
  24. Rethinking climate finance to improve infrastructure resilience
    Brookings
  25. An Earthquake in Japan Speaks to a Sea Wall in San Francisco
    The New York Times
  26. Low-income neighborhoods have fewer trees. Here’s why that’s a problem
    Fast Company
  27. Amid clamor to increase prescribed burns, obstacles await
    The Seattle Times
  28. A Front-Row Seat on the Spectacle of Ice
    The New York Times
  29. Business Travel Is Coming Back
    The Wall Street Journal
  30. An annual Portland food festival returns with plateful of events
    Portland Business Journal
  31. Who Wants a Hotel With a Hallway Anyway?
    The New York Times
  32. Craft Distilleries Aim to Make Whiskey an Experience
    The New York Times
  33. Changing the Game for Office and Retail
    Architect Magazine
  34. Real estate industry confidence skyrockets as commercial deals rebound
    New York Post
  35. New York Tax Bills Show Covid’s Lasting Damage to Real Estate
    Bloomberg
  36. 11 Predictions For Innovation In Commercial Real Estate
    Forbes
  37. NY Lawmakers Pass Bill to Convert Distressed Hotels Into Affordable Housing
    Commercial Observer
  38. CRE Still Needs to Catch Mobile, Now More Than Ever
    Globe Street
  39. Covid-19 Rent Breaks for Retailers Are Becoming the New Norm
    The Wall Street Journal
  40. New Buildings Lure Tenants With Free Rent
    The New York Times
  41. A Second Life for North Carolina’s Shuttered Factories
    The New York Times
  42. Amazon’s landlord doubles down on vast ecommerce warehouses
    Financial Times
  43. The Quest to Green an Empire of Mega-Warehouses
    Bloomberg CityLab
  44. Life in the drill zone
    Reveal
  45. As Wildfire Threat Rises, At-Risk Communities Eye New Defenses
    The Wall Street Journal
  46. Want Workers Back in the Office? Make It More Fun to Be There
    Bloomberg
  47. Building owners take steps to reassure returning office workers
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  48. Wall Street’s Return-to-Office Gulf Exposed by Goldman and Citi
    Bloomberg
  49. Tech giants have revised back-to-office guidelines. Here's where they stand.
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  50. People Are Returning to Restaurants, Stores and Hotels. But Not Yet the Office.
    The Wall Street Journal
  51. America has eight parking spaces for every car. Here’s how cities are rethinking that land
    Fast Company
  52. How New York could dramatically increase its public space
    Fast Company
  53. A Recovery for All of Us: New York City Invests $1 Billion in Life Sciences
    The Official Website of the City of New York
  54. Elon Musk’s ‘Teslas in tunnels’ are a $52 million bet on the future of transit
    Fast Company
  55. 10 Big Ideas To Improve Life In Small And Midsize Cities
    The Wall Street Journal
  56. Amazon provides $100 million to build affordable housing near Sound Transit stations
    The Seattle Times
  57. Seattle hasn't lost its appeal with biotech execs
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  58. Developers See Opportunity In Downtown Portland
    Oregon Business Magazine
  59. Downtown Portland: How will we know it’s back?
    OPB
  60. The path to recovery for US hospitality
    McKinsey
  61. Hotel industry emerges from pandemic with new business model, possibly fewer workers
    The Seattle Times
  62. Acore Capital Backs Graduate Hotels as Pandemic Doom Lifts
    Bloomberg
  63. 'It was like pre-Covid': Busy holiday weekend gives Seattle hotels hope for summer return to normal
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  64. These Hot Spot Hotels Have Real Estate for Sale
    Architectural Digest
  65. 1 in 3 Manhattan Workers Won’t Return to Office After Labor Day
    Commercial Observer
  66. U.S. Services Gauge Climbs to Record, Showcasing Faster Recovery
    Bloomberg
  67. Logjams Are Keeping Much of $47 Billion in Federal Aid From Renters
    The Wall Street Journal
  68. The state of grocery in North America
    McKinsey
  69. Seattle music venues get ready to rock again, with a few guidelines
    The Seattle Times
  70. Two Days, 100 Florists, 1 Million Flowers: A Festival Blooms in N.Y.C.
    The New York Times
  71. Chicago Must Revive the Not-So-Magnificent Mile to Thrive Again
    Bloomberg CityLab
  72. No Parking: Cities Rethink Garages For A World With Fewer Personal Cars
    The Wall Street Journal
  73. Jobs For The City Of Tomorrow
    The Wall Street Journal
  74. Buildings With Sections That Seem to Hover in Midair
    The New York Times
  75. A Supertall Modular Hotel Is Going Up in Manhattan, if the Rooms Ever Leave Brooklyn
    The Wall Street Journal
  76. To Offset Climate Change, Scientists Tout City Trees And Ultra-White Paint
    The Wall Street Journal
  77. How Data Is Turning the World of Commercial Real Estate Upside Down, With Rob Finlay
    The American Reporter
  78. An Abundance Of Liquidity
    Globt St.
  79. The Risks and Rewards in Real Estate Investments
    Institutional Investor
  80. Mental Health Moves Downtown
    The Wall Street Journal
  81. Real-Estate Sales Are Booming. The Rental Market Is Following Suit.
    The Wall Street Journal
  82. As Disasters Worsen, California Looks at Curbing Construction in Risky Areas
    The New York Times
  83. Amazon fuels region's fast-rising rents for industrial space
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  84. Life-Sciences Boom Puts Boston Property Ahead of the Pack
    The Wall Street Journal
  85. This e-com company helped kill shopping malls. Now it’s moving into one
    Fast Company
  86. City Of Coachella Launches Opportunity Coachella
    UKEN
  87. Institutional Investors Bet on Real Estate’s Recovery
    Institutional Investor
  88. Distressed Commercial Real Estate Is Still Sitting in Purgatory
    Bloomberg
  89. High-yielding real estate debt strategies attracting investors’ attention, says bfinance report
    Property Funds World
  90. Barriers to Enter Commercial Real Estate Investing: Too High?
    Million Acres
  91. Aging in Place Comfortably and Stylishly
    The New York Times
  92. How data is changing the way offices are run
    The Seattle Times
  93. Downtown’s coming back, maybe. Pick your scenario
    The Seattle Times
  94. Report: Seattle office sublease rate among highest in US
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  95. The boss is back but the workers are staying at home
    Financial Times
  96. Tesla, other employers offer next-level office amenity in Nevada: Wild horses
    The Seattle Times
  97. What is Different About Post-Pandemic Life Sciences CRE
    Globt St.
  98. Knighthead loans $57M on mall-to-life-science-office conversion
    Real Estate Weekly
  99. How Seattle Seeded A Life Sciences Boom
    BisNow
  100. Why Opportunity Zone Deal Flow Is Increasing, with Chris Loeffler
    The Opportunity Zones Database