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Infographic: Urban exodus

Newly-formed remote workforces, lock downs, social unrest. Whatever the reason, city dwellers are increasingly navigating to the suburbs and beyond. 24% major metros (of 43) that saw higher rent growth in suburban ZIP codes versus...

Infographic: Clearing the air

CALIFORNIA 6 of California’s largest fires on record occurred in 2020. 1 million acres have burned in California in 2020 to date 33 million acres of forest in California 58% federally owned 3% state...

Infographic: C-19 fatigue

-20% Second C-19 spike peaks. S. cases are trending downward from peak levels during a similar period in July 14-17% increase over the typical number of deaths since March, not all attributed to...

Infographic: High-speed internet changes the world…again

Magnified by the pandemic, the prevalence of high-speed internet has again redefined place. If workers and students can work and learn from anywhere, where will they live? Idaho. 8% of Americans moved in 2019,...

Infographic: Follow the money

The color of industries Donations to candidates and candidate PACs Political spending by donors’ industry Donations to super PACs and outside spending groups Partisan industries Democrat Republican  % total industry Industrial unions $8,213,414 $355,207 95.9 Internet 26,825,046 3,433,577 88.7 Publishing 27,887,021 4,452,566 86.2 Building trade unions 11,233,289 1,982,241 85 Entertainment 43,580,054 7,243,169 85.7 Lawyers 130,752,964 30,756,695 81 Civil servants 48,966,264 14,419,488 77.3 Business services 49,788,947 15,245,589 76.6 Oil & gas $6,977,878 $39,026,468 84.8 Building materials 2,569,423 13,907,030 84.4 Savings & loans 204,540 1,049,993 83.7 Trucking 1,234,077 6,194,015 83.4 Waste management 585,803 2,573,977 81.5 Home...

Infographic: The wild ride of Big Tech

Our government has abandoned a rich and socially beneficial history of trust-busting to allow big tech to dominate people’s lives. Tim Wu, The Curse of Bigness Big tech value Facebook, $759 billion Amazon, $1.6 trillion Netflix,...

Infographic: Deconstructing a society in lockdown

Economic lockdowns come with unintended consequences—economic destruction, surging poverty and decline in mental health among them. A new study suggests the lockdowns may not save lives. Frontiers in Public Health concluded that neither lockdowns...

Infographic: Flying post pan

It’s inevitable. Trade show organizers are revving their engines, ready to roar back. Maybe you’ve already dared jump on a plane to wait out the pandemic with family or because you needed a break from...

ISAs set to transform the labor market

Income share agreement (ISAs) fund education. Upon completion, learners pay a percentage of their salary for a term. Lenders correlate interest rate and pay-back period with borrower’s potential career outcome. This may mean varying tuitions for...

Infographic: Apartment chill

The sometimes hard to see symbiotic relationship of landlords and renters Impoverishing landlords is not a win for renters. Nor is the landslide of evictions heading their way. Another big housing crisis may be ahead—only...

Infographic: Essential workers

Download PDF Updated: April 16, 2020 Who gets to work? essential workers Real estate is essential (depending on where you work) Construction. Apartment operations. Maintenance services. Real estate functions are categorized as essential in the Department of Homeland Security’s...

Infographic: The ensuing economic battle

3 projections for the future Prior to the COVID-19, the U.S. was in an historic economic expansion. Without this boom preceding the crisis, life for Americans would likely have been much worse. It stands to...

Infographic: California’s circular housing crisis

"Get me a good package on rent stability this year and I will sign it," Newsom said in his State of the State address in February. This wouldn't be the first time the state...

Infographic: Rent control – Getting the squeeze for poor housing policy and stifling regulation

5%+rate of inflation California state legislators have passed AB 1482 sponsored by Assemblyman David Chiu (d)—San Francisco. The bill limits annual rent increases that commercial single-family homes and apartment landlords may implement to 5% plus...

Infographic: COVID-19 A break in the clouds

UPDATED: MAY 7, 2020 COVID-19 genesis COVID-19 originated in Wuhan, China. Asian Flu, SARS, H7N9 and others were borne of Asia’s close contact with wild animals, poor hygiene and concentrated population. It‘s thought that COVID-19 was passed...
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