Sacramento Realtors share their thoughts about the real estate market during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Inside Sacramento provides readers with 100 percent local content unavailable elsewhere. When the massive small-business shutdown was ordered throughout California, my thoughts first went to the many small business owners who support our publications.
Our readers know that our publishing business champions the local community in all its various elements. And many neighbors have taken the heed to support all things local.
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Publishing a monthly magazine isn’t optimal when information about the coronavirus changes hourly. So most of what you see this month in Inside Sacramento will ideally serve as a welcome and necessary contrast to media approaches that prize speed over accuracy and are intended to generate extreme emotions.
Here we love our neighborhoods because their scale is small. Our relationships tend to be more intimate than what a big city or rural community might offer.
Internet technology can’t prevent the spread of coronavirus, but it can make the battle a little easier.
While numerous restaurants in Sacramento have closed, many hope to operate on a limited basis by offering food for delivery or pickup. That’s where tech comes in.
UPDATE FROM OFFICE OF ARTS AND CULTURE
To address the COVID-19 public health crisis, Sacramento’s Office of Arts and Culture is providing support to the local arts community in several important ways, including working with partners to develop online content and a list of resources for individual artists and arts nonprofits.