Transaction Search/performance is slower after updating database compatibility level to 130

When running SQL Server 2016 compatibility level 130 or higher, users have noticed that running a "Transaction Search" takes around 20 seconds to find a single transaction when doing a search using the "Revenue ID" in the search form. The same search using compatibility level 110 (SQL 2012 DB level) returns a result almost instantly.

Other searches, queries, or processes may also be slower after updating the database compatibility level to 130.
We have determined that this issue is related to the Cardinality Estimation used by Microsoft SQL Server on compatibility level 120+ (including CL 130). In some cases, it may be best to revert the Cardinality Estimation version back to the legacy version.

If you decide to revert back to the previous Cardinality Estimation version, running the attached script (RevertCE.sql) will make this change for you. 

For more information about Cardinality Estimation, please see the following Microsoft article: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/relational-databases/performance/cardinality-estimation-sql-server?view=sql-server-2017

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RevertCE

Environment

 Blackbaud CRM
 4.0
 4.0.180.1600

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