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How Do Grants Differ From Loans When You’re Paying for College?

2018-03-25T21:09:43+00:00

PUBLISHED IN STUDENT LOAN HERO EDITION ON MARCH 22, 2018 By Miranda Marquit According to the Institute for Higher Education Policy, even families that earn more than $100,000 per year can’t afford 59% of colleges in the U.S. If you’re one of the many Americans who can’t afford college without help, you’re probably [...]

How Do Grants Differ From Loans When You’re Paying for College? 2018-03-25T21:09:43+00:00

Just Launched – Jack’s PR Bootcamp

2018-03-21T03:06:51+00:00

Finally, a full or half day PR Bootcamp has been created by the Guru of PR, Jack Berkman. Tired of wanting to know why your not-for-profit organization or highly successful firm can’t seem to get your story out, Berkman Strategic Communications has the ultimate workshop for you! CEO’s, marketing heads, development or new business [...]

Just Launched – Jack’s PR Bootcamp 2018-03-21T03:06:51+00:00

Hidden Issues May Impact Stadium Site Redo

2018-03-19T01:05:11+00:00

POSTED ON SUNDAY, MARCH 11 2018 IN SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL By Chris Spengler San Diego — As San Diego debates what should be done with the former Chargers’ stadium site, and stakeholders debate the current status of the remediation of the petroleum plume from the Mission Valley terminal tank farm, there are [...]

Hidden Issues May Impact Stadium Site Redo 2018-03-19T01:05:11+00:00

Speak Your Truth with Personal Passion

2018-03-05T03:58:53+00:00

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 27, 2018 by Cathy Evans Women should speak their truth about whatever incites their personal passion, urges Rabbi Laurie Coskey, Ed.D., whether that is the environment, the homeless, prejudice against various groups—in whatever way you can. It may mean joining the Rotary in your community (Laurie is a long-time member); [...]

Speak Your Truth with Personal Passion 2018-03-05T03:58:53+00:00

Was Mission Valley stadium site damaged by farming?

2018-03-05T02:22:18+00:00

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 21, 2018 IN OUR CITY SAN DIEGO By Chris Spengler As San Diego debates what should be done with the former Chargers’ stadium and the lawyers debate the current status of the remediation of the of petroleum plume from the Mission Valley terminal tank farm with regulators and responsible parties, [...]

Was Mission Valley stadium site damaged by farming? 2018-03-05T02:22:18+00:00

Opinion: Environmental Assessment Crucial for Successful Urban Infill Projects

2018-02-22T02:43:47+00:00

POSTED BY EDITOR ON FEBRUARY 16, 2018 IN OPINION By Chris Spengler With San Diego facing a housing shortage, ever increasing traffic congestion, and escalating construction costs, the answer seems to be higher density in already developed areas, otherwise known as urban infill. However, working on urban infill projects as opposed to “greenfields” [...]

Opinion: Environmental Assessment Crucial for Successful Urban Infill Projects 2018-02-22T02:43:47+00:00

Managers expecting big things from big data

2018-02-19T00:49:28+00:00

Firms tapping new sources to get insight on investments BY ARLEEN JACOBIUS · NOVEMBER 13, 2017 Real estate managers are in the early stages of using data collected at their properties — gleaned from such diverse sources as facial recognition software to social media programs — to gain insights into their investments. Most [...]

Managers expecting big things from big data 2018-02-19T00:49:28+00:00

Student Housing Sales Speed Up

2018-02-19T00:41:09+00:00

The volume of sales in 2017 is likely to get a lot closer than seemed possible to last year's record-breaking volume. Bendix Anderson | Oct 16, 2017 Investors are making up for lost time as 2017 comes to a close, buying and selling a high volume of student housing properties. "A gigantic inventory [...]

Student Housing Sales Speed Up 2018-02-19T00:41:09+00:00

Is Immigration Policy Changing The Picture For Student Housing?

2018-02-19T00:26:57+00:00

Anecdotally, most universities reported fewer international applications this year, reputedly based upon international concerns related to the rhetoric of President Trump, Pierce’s Fred Pierce tells GlobeSt.com in part 2 of a two-part story. JANUARY 9, 2018 | BY CARRIE ROSSENFELD SAN DIEGO—Anecdotally, most universities reported fewer international applications this year, reputedly based upon [...]

Is Immigration Policy Changing The Picture For Student Housing? 2018-02-19T00:26:57+00:00

How Student Housing Is Adapting To Changing Income Levels

2018-02-19T00:22:47+00:00

There are more first-generation college students than any time in history, and many of those students come from families with more modest income. In part 1 of a two-part story, GlobeSt.com speaks with Pierce’s Fred Pierce about how the sector is reacting to this shift. JANUARY 8, 2018 | BY CARRIE ROSSENFELD SAN [...]

How Student Housing Is Adapting To Changing Income Levels 2018-02-19T00:22:47+00:00