Burt and Associates is a Collection Agency that specializes in Commercial Collections with Collection Agency coverage for Nevada.
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Burt & Associates a National Business-Debt Collection Agency with full collection coverage for Nevada.
How to get Started:
Contact us to speak with a New Account Information Representative. We will discuss your overdue accounts in detail. After thorough debtor investigation, we will tell you which accounts show promise of collecting (there may be conditions, such as bankruptcy, which have voided the debt). We will also suggest which accounts may be better handled in house.
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With the improving economy, Burt and Associates may be able to help collect debts which were previously uncollectable. Some debtors are in a better financial position than they have been in years, all the more reason to collect money owed to you.
Las Vegas Economy Ranked No. 31 Among 366 U.S. Metro Areas
Las Vegas Home Appreciation Sept 11 – Sept 12 = +16.3%
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval Encouraged by job growth
Source: examiner.com, July 2012 report
“This month’s employment numbers indicate the economyis continuing to grow at a modest pace,” Governor Brian Sandoval said. “I am encouraged by the fact that this is the 12th straight month of positive news, we must continue working to support job growth by bringing new business to Nevada and allowing existing businesses to be successful.”
Bill Anderson, chief economist for Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation said the state is experiencing steady job growth. Relative to a year ago, private sector job readings are up 17,500 in June, the strongest gain recorded so far in 2012. For the entire first half of the year, 14,000 jobs have been added in Nevada’s private sector establishments. This is on top of approximately 12,000 new jobs in 2011.
“Renewed job growth in the state’s largest industry, leisure/hospitality, driven largely by more than two years of nearly non-stop visitation gains in southern Nevada, has been well-publicized,” Anderson said. “Since reaching a recessionary low in November 2009, nearly 20,000 jobs have been added in this industry.”
According to bestplaces.net, Las Vega job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 25.92%.
Report: Hsieh’s downtown project boosts tech employment
Source: Contact reporter Hubble Smith at [email protected] Nov 12, 2012
Tony Hsieh’s infusion of $350 million into downtown development has made Las Vegas one of the nation’s top emerging markets for technology employment, a report Tuesday from the Jones Lang LaSalle commercial real estate firm said.
Las Vegas added 6,898 tech jobs in 2011 for a 22.9% year-over-year gain, taking the No. 2 spot on Jones Lang LaSalle’s ranking of markets by high-tech employment growth. Venture capital activity is increasing and supporting startup activity that probably will bring future job creation as new companies gain their footing and begin to grow, the report said.
Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.com, is credited with helping nine start-up companies in Las Vegas with his Downtown Project, which includes a $50 million technology fund. His relocation of Zappos headquarters from Henderson to the former Las Vegas City Hall is expected to bring 1,000 tech workers downtown next year.
“With Zappos’ relocation and everything going on with the Downtown Project, they’re driving a lot of demand,” said Bret Davis, office broker for Jones Lang LaSalle in Las Vegas. “We’re seeing a lot of demand from out of state. There just seems to be a general optimism about the market.”
A growing scarcity of available, qualified workers in established innovation centers is driving new clusters of activity in Phoenix, Las Vegas and other emerging markets, Jones Lang LaSalle reported.
The high-tech services segment added 108,500 jobs in the 12 months ended Aug. 31, an increase of 4.6 percent. That growth rate is double the overall office-using employment, which increased by 2.3 percent with the addition of 653,000 jobs in the same period.
Highlights from the report include:
■ High-tech services make up just 8.6 percent of office-using jobs in the United States but accounted for 17 percent of annual employment growth.
■ Las Vegas is beginning to cultivate a presence in the high-tech industry.
■ Hsieh’s $350 million Downtown Project could help to transform Las Vegas into an incubator for startups. Total venture capital dollars flowing into high-tech companies reached $15.5 billion in the four quarters through June 2012, up 13.1 percent from the year-ago period.
■ Most tech companies in Las Vegas are tied to gaming, but Zappos’ presence could change that. Take Two Interactive, maker of the “Grand Theft Auto” video game, recently moved to the Vegas Tech building at 302 E. Carson Ave.
■ Las Vegas offers many of the ingredients needed to attract young tech entrepreneurs, including a low cost of living and 24-hour workforce.