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. Downtown Seattle dying? Not so fast. Demand for office space roars back to pre-pandemic levels
    The Seattle Times
  2. Report: Demand for Seattle office space blasts past pre-pandemic levels
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  3. Visualizing America’s Entrepreneurial Spirit During COVID-19
    Visual Capitalist
  4. Suburban Homes and Retail Are the Budding New Office Hotspot
    The Wall Street Journal
  5. Will the Nursing Home of the Future be an Actual Home?
    Politico
  6. How California’s wildfires inspired a faster, cheaper way to build homes
    Fast Company
  7. Life Sciences Has The Demand; Now, It Just Needs More Deal-Makers
    BisNow
  8. Is the U.S. on the Verge of a Climate-Driven Housing Crisis?
    Million Acres
  9. That Vacated Sears Store May Reopen as a Public School
    The Wall Street Journal
  10. In New Orleans, a Preview of a Possible Summer Travel Boom
    The Wall Street Journal
  11. Pandemic-led decline of U.S. cities may be reversing
    Reuters
  12. ‘Whoever Wrote off New York Was Wrong’
    Barron's
  13. Take a Look at One of the World’s First 3D-Printed Homes
    Architectural Digest
  14. Life sciences boom means complex new world for developers
    The Real Deal
  15. With lab space vacancy in Seattle hovering around 1%, the capital required to get started is too formidable for many early-stage companies
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  16. Why Hospitality Matters in Healthcare
    Tandice Urban on Medium
  17. How Panama City Is Using OZs to Rebuild after Hurricane
    The Opportunity Zones Database
  18. Insurance Costs Threaten Florida Real-Estate Boom
    The Wall Street Journal
  19. U.S. intelligence touts new emphasis on climate change, calling it an "urgent national security threat"
    CBS News
  20. Managing climate risk is good business and good for the future
    Farm and Dairy
  21. The office of the future is outdoors
    Fast Company
  22. Apple Ups U.S. Investments Over Five Years to $430 Billion
    Bloomberg
  23. The battle for tech talent is heating up. And Portland firms are part of the surge.
    Portland Business Journal
  24. Meet the Finalists: Best New Office Project
    Design Magazine
  25. There Is Growing Segregation In Millennial Wealth
    NPR
  26. Nearly 1.5 Million Mothers Are Still Missing From the Workforce
    The Wall Street Journal
  27. ‘Home Depot architecture’: How one developer is turning farm storage into sleek apartments
    Fast Company
  28. How One Developer Used Distressed Assets to Create Opportunities in Affordable Housing
    Globe Street
  29. OptioLend launches new marketplace to become ‘the LendingTree of commercial real estate’
    TechCrunch
  30. Mini-American Invasion of British Hotel Sector Is Coming This Summer
    The Wall Street Journal
  31. The City Of The Future: Walkable, Mid-Sized And Built For Flexible Work
    Forbes
  32. Mapped: The State of Small Business Recovery in America
    Visual Capitalist
  33. The Absence of Black Financial Regulators
    The Regulatory Review
  34. Bill targets discrimination in home and commercial appraisals
    The Real Deal
  35. Merrill Gardens launches 'middle-market' senior living brand
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  36. The Economy Is (Almost) Back. It Is Looking Different Than It Used To.
    The New York Times
  37. Rent Crisis Spirals for Landlords Awaiting $47 Billion in Relief
    Bloomberg
  38. The Fed, Interest Rates And The Good News For Commercial Real Estate
    Forbes
  39. Ford Plans to Manufacture Its Own Batteries for Electric Vehicles
    The Wall Street Journal
  40. Developers Flock to Cold Storage as Americans Stock Their Freezers
    The New York Times
  41. Scramble to complete property deals shows scope for digital disruption
    Financial Times
  42. Real estate must become more liveable, sustainable and affordable. Here's how.
    World Economic Forum
  43. A Glut of Available Manhattan Office Space
    The New York Times
  44. The new frontiers of hybrid work take shape
    Financial Times
  45. What Will Happen to All the Empty Office Buildings and Hotels?
    The New York Times
  46. Could Your Empty Office Turn Into Apartments?
    Slate
  47. One Way to Get People Off the Streets: Buy Hotels
    The New York Times
  48. To Recover from COVID-19, Downtowns Must Adapt
    Brookings
  49. Downtown Business Districts Mine 2008 Recession for Tips on Office Rebound
    Commercial Observer
  50. E-Commerce to Change Face of City Downtowns
    Oregon Business Magazine
  51. Whatever Climate Change Does to the World, Cities Will Be Hit Hardest
    Bloomberg Green
  52. Kim Stanley Robinson on Cities as a Climate Survival Mechanism
    Bloomberg Green
  53. Air Travel Is Already Back to Normal in Some Places. Here’s Where.
    The New York Times
  54. Its location helped retailers at University Village endure 2020. Now, small business owners are plotting the resurgence of brick-and-mortar retail.
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  55. The Right Way to Rebuild Cities for Post-Pandemic Work
    Bloomberg CityLab
  56. Midtown Has Been Empty, but Other Retail Zones Have Bounced Back
    The New York Times
  57. A Nobel Prize-Nominated Chef Isn’t Giving Up on Cities
    Bloomberg
  58. Hotel agony creates opportunity for short-stay rentals
    Financial Times
  59. Dining and Entertainment: Where Do We Go From Here?
    FSR Magazine
  60. Covid Ruined Our Hangout Spots. Here’s How They Come Back.
    Bloomberg CityLab
  61. Real-Estate Investors Bet on Patients’ Return to the Doctor’s Office
    The Wall Street Journal
  62. IRS Opens Doors for Foreign Investors in Opportunity Zones
    Bloomberg Tax
  63. The streaming wars have a winner — it's the real estate sector
    Market Watch
  64. Companies Are Selling Their Real Estate at the Fastest Pace Ever
    Bloomberg
  65. Google Is Setting New Remote-Work Guidelines -- Will Other Companies Do the Same?
    Million Acres
  66. Easing The Housing Shortage With Looser Zoning Rules
    The Wall Street Journal
  67. Investors Need to Know About Climate Risk
    Bloomberg Law
  68. Legislation to fight sea level rise goes to Florida governor
    The Seattle Times
  69. Real-Estate Losers in 2020, Like Hotel and Mall Owners, Starred in the First Quarter
    The Wall Street Journal
  70. Retailers Seen Closing Thousands of Stores Even After Pandemic
    Bloomberg
  71. The Housing Market Is Crazier Than It’s Been Since 2006
    The Wall Street Journal
  72. Black developers call for reckoning in real estate
    The Washington Post
  73. Ghost Kitchens Will Keep Appearing on Your Delivery App, Even as the Pandemic Eases
    The Wall Street Journal
  74. Jamie Dimon Says JPMorgan Won’t Go Remote After the Pandemic
    The Wall Street Journal
  75. After Covid-19, Office Leases Largely Come With Bargain Rates
    The Wall Street Journal
  76. 20% of Corporate Executives Say They Plan to Reduce Office Space
    Bloomberg
  77. The hybrid office is here to stay. The shift could be more disruptive than the move to all-remote work
    The Seattle Times
  78. 4 challenges companies need to grapple with after the way we work has changed forever
    Fortune
  79. Parental Participation in a Pandemic Labor Market
    Federal Reserve Bank Of San Francisco
  80. U.S. Bankruptcy Tracker: First Quarter Was Busier Than Average
    Bloomberg
  81. Brooks Brothers bankruptcy shows how small vendors, landlords are left holding the bag
    The Seattle Times
  82. Tesla, Facebook, FedEx Hired Through the Pandemic as GE, Marriott, Others Shed Jobs
    The Wall Street Journal
  83. U.S.’s Long Drought in Worker Productivity Could Be Ending
    The Wall Street Journal
  84. Innovation Is Driving a Resurgence in Manufacturing
    Preqin
  85. Clean-energy startups are key to ‘building back better’ after COVID
    Fortune
  86. Local Alliances Put Some Cities on the Fast Track to Recovery
    The New York Times
  87. Puget Sound region receives $97M for transit projects
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  88. Seattle monorail station upgrades begin in preparation for Kraken fans
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  89. In Nevada, a Utopian Vision Gets a Blockchain Twist
    Bloomberg CityLab
  90. For New York City, Glimmers of Hope and Signs of Revival
    The New York Times
  91. Crazy new entertainment venue coming to Flatiron District
    Real Estate Weekly
  92. Historic Macy’s building in downtown Seattle sells for nearly $600M
    The Seattle Times
  93. Portland recovery exceeds national average
    CBRE
  94. Bullish on Portland, Downtown Development Group buys nearly full Pearl District block
    Portland Business Journal
  95. As Concerts Prepare to Return From Pandemic Lockdown, Roadies Have Moved On
    The Wall Street Journal
  96. Inside the Barbizon: ‘The hotel that set women free’
    Fortune Magazine
  97. Resort-style amenities keep residents active, entertained
    The Seattle Times
  98. Most U.S. buildings don’t have this kind of ventilation system, but it could prevent COVID-19 spread
    Fast Company
  99. A Win-Win for Investors and Communities: Hotel to Multifamily Conversions
    TF Management Group
  100. Covid-19 Clobbered Manhattan. Lower Rents Could Seed Recovery.
    The Wall Street Journal
  101. Why Portland's auditor is concerned about the city's permitting system
    Portland Business Journal
  102. Remote Work Is Here to Stay. Manhattan May Never Be the Same.
    The New York Times
  103. Work-from-home isn’t going away: Only 4% of CEOs plan to add office space
    Fortune Magazine
  104. Here Come Hot Desks and Zoom Rooms. And Holograms?
    The New York Times
  105. Are Cities Underestimating Carbon Pollution?
    Bloomberg CityLab
  106. Theory and Practice Clash as Industry Struggles with Carbon Disclosure
    Preqin
  107. Fed to weave 'inescapable' climate change risk into bank oversight
    Reuters
  108. U.S. housing legacy puts some Black neighborhoods at higher flood risk
    Reuters
  109. Retailers as ‘experience designers’: Brian Solis on shopping in 2030
    McKinsey
  110. Stores That Defined American Malls Eye a Freestanding Future
    Bloomberg
  111. To Help Black Real Estate Developers, Start With Access to Capital
    The New York Times
  112. Economy Revs Up as Americans Increase Spending on Flights, Lodging, Dining Out
    The Wall Street Journal
  113. Hotel Investor With $1 Billion Bets on Business Travel Rebound
    Bloomberg