covid-19

COVID-19 Implications for Non-Profits

March 20, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 Implications for Non-Profits

Turning on the news, or scrolling through your news feed, you are bombarded by the non-stop headlines and announcements. Businesses are closing, schools are shuttered, people are being asked to work from home, or even losing their jobs. We are rightly concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and necessary quarantine on our economy, […]

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COVID-19 Implications for Real Estate Through 2020

March 19, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 Implications for Real Estate Through 2020

Well, now we know. Speculation on when the long bull market, economic expansion and real estate boom would come to an end has been answered. While the official statistics lag behind reality, it is hard to imagine that we have not entered R20 – Recession 2020. The COVID accentuated slowdown will impact the real estate market and […]

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COVID-19 Implications for Higher Education

March 18, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 Implications for Higher Education

Think back to your most vivid memories of college. (For some of us, “back” is a lot of years ago.) Tailgating before the big game and rushing the field after a big upset. Frat parties or small group Bible studies (or, for some of us, both!). 9:00am lecture hall and late-night study sessions, ugh. And of course, graduation. We […]

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Public Transit

COVID-19 Implications for Transit

March 17, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 Implications for Transit

Whether you love it or hate it, transit receives public funding because government leaders and a majority of the public believe that transit yields an array of benefits that enhance our quality of life and economic productivity. These beliefs are supported by a significant amount of high-quality research. The emerging COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly put […]

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