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  1. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.02% During Q3 2020
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  2. Sortis is a Profitable, Low-Float Alternative Investment Company You Can’t Miss
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  3. Sortis Continues Trend of Profitability in 2020
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  4. Sortis Holdings, Inc.’s Diversified Alternative Investment Approach Entices as Global Markets Face Historic Volatility
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  5. Sortis Income Fund delivers ninth consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  6. Sortis Income Fund delivers 10th consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  7. Sortis Income Fund Closes Year With 12th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns
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  8. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net (Annualized) Return of 7.1% During Q1 2020
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  9. Sortis Income Fund Delivers 11th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns Expands to TD Ameritrade platforms
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  10. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.2% During Q2 2020
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  11. Sortis Accelerates Investment Activity Amid Crisis
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Weekend Reads

  1. Fed’s Powell Says Rising Coronavirus Cases Pose Threat to Economy
    The Wall Street Journal
  2. End of Year Means End of Federal Aid for Millions of Americans
    Bloomberg
  3. Hundreds of Companies That Got Stimulus Aid Have Failed
    The Wall Street Journal
  4. The kids aren’t alright: How Generation Covid is losing out | Free to read
    Financial Times
  5. America Chose Sickness, and Lost the Economy
    The Atlantic
  6. Home Depot Plans Workforce Investment as Pandemic Brings Another Strong Quarter
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/home-depot-posts-3q-profit-as-sales-rise-11605612820
  7. Starbucks Raises Pay for Baristas Amid Climbing U.S. Wages
    Bloomberg
  8. Florida’s $15 Minimum Wage Vote Might Be a Tipping Point
    Bloomberg
  9. The user experience of ‘teleworking’ evolves with the times
    Fortune
  10. Covid Pushes Real Estate Into the Future
    The New York Times
  11. How Covid-19 Could Change Workplace Technology
    The Wall Street Journal
  12. Coronavirus: CIO Areas of Focus During the COVID-19 Outbreak
    Gartner
  13. Coronavirus Surge Tests the Smallest Companies
    The Wall Street Journal
  14. Understanding how trust considerations influence workplace return intentions
    Deloitte
  15. Companies Tiptoeing Back to the Office Encounter Legal Minefield
    The Wall Street Journal
  16. Preparing for the future of commercial real estate
    Deloitte
  17. Camping Goes Upscale During Covid-19. Way Upscale.
    The Wall Street Journal
  18. Shopping Malls Hope to Find New Life Fueling E-Commerce
    The Wall Street Journal
  19. Retail Chains Shed Stores, but It Isn’t Good for Business
    The Wall Street Journal
  20. Macy's Star Shone Bright for Over 150 Years. Now It's Flickering
    The Wall Street Journal
  21. JOURNAL REPORTS: SMALL BUSINESS How Two Restaurants Have Survived Covid-19. So Far.
    The Wall Street Journal
  22. As Occupancy Dwindles, College Dorms Go Beyond Students
    The New York Times
  23. Amazon Launches Online Pharmacy
    The Wall Street Journal
  24. How Covid-19 Will Change Aging and Retirement
    The Wall Street Journal
  25. Oregon State researchers make key advance for printing circuitry on wearable fabrics
    Oregon State University
  26. UO’s Knight Campus partners with OSU to offer bioengineering
    University of Oregon
  27. The Life Cycles Of Cities
    NPR
  28. Why Cities Are Finally Showing Skateboarders Some Respect New York and Jerse
    The New York Times
  29. Commercial Real Estate Outlook: We Must Plan Today To Build Tomorrow’s Downtown
    Forbers
  30. American suburbs are about to look more like European cities
    Fast Company
  31. Tackling the legacy of persistent urban inequality and concentrated poverty
    Brookings
  32. The ‘Transit-Oriented Teens’ Are Coming to Save Your City
    Bloomberg
  33. Sorry, Investors: There's More Bad News About Malls
    Fool
  34. Coronavirus Finishes the Retail Reckoning That Amazon Started
    The Wall Street Journal
  35. Cinemas and gyms continue to withhold rent in blow to mall owners
    Financial Times
  36. Malls File for Bankruptcy or Shut Their Doors as Pandemic Pain Spreads
    The Wall Street Journal
  37. Home prices rise in opportunity zones, but lag behind nationwide gains
    inman
  38. Real Estate Transactions Go Virtual
    The New York Times
  39. Covid-19 Is Giving the Multigenerational Home Business a Big Boost
    The Wall Street Journal
  40. Smaller Is Big in New E-Commerce Warehouses
    The Wall Street Journal
  41. Disruption Drives the Hospitality Industry to Innovation
    Hotel Business
  42. Travelers Turn to Tiny Homes During Covid-19
    The Wall Street Journal
  43. Investors See Big Profits in Throwing a Lifeline to Hotel Owners
    The Wall Street Journal
  44. Climate change turns up the heat for property owners
    Financial Times
  45. Fed’s Powell Says Central Banks Must Help Address Climate Change
    Bloomberg
  46. Alternative fund managers demonstrated resilience in adapting to the new Covid-19 reality
    hedgeweek
  47. Pacific Northwest fitness, outdoor companies thrive in the pandemic, but will their sudden success endure?
    The Oregonian
  48. Coffee Battleground During Coronavirus Era Is Your Kitchen Counter
    The Wall Street Journal
  49. COVID Is Forcing More Women Out of the Workforce. What About in Real Estate?
    Commercial Observer
  50. Women’s Job Losses From Pandemic Aren’t Good for Economic Recovery
    The Wall Street Journal
  51. Institutional Money Is Flooding Life Sciences
    Globe St.
  52. Billions Pour into BioHealth Capital Region to Battle COVID-19
    Bio Buzz
  53. Healthcare Real Estate Caught a Huge Case of COVID. But Its Future Prognosis Is Positive, Says Caddis’ Lance Hardenburg
    Dallas Innovates
  54. Business Group Urges Changes to New York City’s Health System
    The Wall Street Journal
  55. Region's biotech companies flourish and boost employment
    Portland Business Journal
  56. CBRE names Portland an emerging biosciences hub
    Portland Business Journal
  57. Federal Reserve lowers the bar for small businesses to access the 2020 $600 billion lending program
    Financial Times
  58. As Fed chair during the pandemic, Jerome Powell has done something almost unimaginable in Washington: a good job.
    New York Magazine
  59. U.S. Businesses Are Fighting Insurers in the Biggest Legal Battle of the Pandemic
    Bloomberg
  60. Women are America’s most important health care customers. So why is the system designed by men?
    Fortune
  61. What Students Are Saying About Voting, the Complexities of Identity and Love Across Distances
    The New York Times
  62. Peloton, Pizza and Videogames Grow in Stay-at-Home World
    The Wall Street Journal
  63. NAIOP study examines how retail, office buildings will become part of the 'last mile'
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  64. COVID presses the case for innovation in real estate
    Real Estate Weekly
  65. Developing Flexible Life Sciences Space Is Key In The Next Stage Of Sector's Growth
    Bisnow
  66. The city of SeaTac comprises more than one-fifth of all the opportunity zones in King County. But where there’s opportunity, there will be challenges.
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  67. As workers stay home and office buildings sit vacant, some see a new role for New York City’s business district — as a site for affordable housing.
    Bloomberg
  68. Workforce collaborative connects job seekers to competitive manufacturing industry
    Portland Business Journal
  69. What is a COVID-19 compliance supervisor? What to know about Hollywood’s newest job
    Los Angeles Times
  70. Maine, the Oldest State, Has a Plan for Rejuvenation
    Bloomberg
  71. Distressed debt investors still await rich pickings from pandemic
    Financial Times
  72. Patience is the key: Despite pandemic and unrest, CRE executives optimistic that market will return to pre-pandemic activity within two years
    REjournals
  73. In a Battered New York Office Market, Life Science Is Flourishing
    The New York Times
  74. Covid drives historic demand for life sciences real estate and these REITs, report says
    CNBC
  75. Seattle named a top life science hub by CBRE
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  76. Pandemic Stokes Already Robust Demand for Real Estate in the Life Sciences Sector
    CBRE
  77. Seattle's first low-income apartment high-rise in decades breaks ground
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  78. Customers in the spotlight: How FinTech is reshaping banking
    PWC
  79. Why an Atlanta Rap Mogul Is Starting a Bank
    The Wall Street Journal
  80. Disease, Downturns, and Wellbeing: Economic History and the Long-Run Impacts of COVID-19
    NBER
  81. The Long Shadow of the Pandemic: 2024 and Beyond
    The Wall Street Journal
  82. TikTok Studios, Zoom Rooms and Co-Working Spaces Are the New Must-Have Home Amenities
    The Wall Street Journal
  83. Can Empty Offices and Hotels Help Alleviate the Housing Crisis?
    Dwell
  84. The Dying Mall’s New Lease on Life: Apartments
    Bloomberg
  85. Race for COVID-19 Vaccine Boosts Real Estate in Life Sciences Hubs
    Globe St.
  86. Once Meccas of Retail Therapy, Now Homes to Elder Americans
    The New York Times
  87. Death of the downtown: How cities can rebuild using 'tactical urbanism'
    Smart Cities Dive
  88. Mumbai’s Iconic Art Deco Buildings Were Made to Conquer Disease
    Bloomberg
  89. U.S. Commercial Real Estate Showing First Signs of a Thaw
    Bloomberg
  90. Whoever Wins the Presidential Election, It Won’t Upend Commercial Real Estate Returns
    Commercial Observer
  91. Some Real Estate Investors Are Putting More Money in One Basket
    The New York Times
  92. Adaptive Reuse is the Future of Commercial Real Estate
    Commercial Observer
  93. New innovations could help CRE owners create virus-free buildings
    Connected: Real Estate Magazine
  94. To guard against Covid-19, companies look to reshape workplace with tracking apps, touchless doors and plant-festooned dividers
    The Wall Street Journal
  95. Construction after COVID-19: The new normal for real estate development
    Property Wire
  96. Life Sciences Real Estate Demand Thrives: CBRE
    Commercial Property Executive
  97. Biomanufacturing is an Emerging Growth Spot Within Life Sciences
    Globe St.
  98. Landlords are thankful for activities that bring in additional revenue or foot traffic
    The Wall Street Journal
  99. Rise of alternative assets part of 'another revolution'
    Wealth Professional
  100. Alternative Investment: Necessity Is The Mother Of Transformation
    Forbes