Burt and Associates is a Collection Agency that specializes in Commercial Collections with Collection Agency coverage for Texas.
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Burt & Associates a national Business-Debt Collection Agency with full collection coverage for Texas.
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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.
DFW Economy Ranked No. 14 Among 366 U.S. Metro Areas
DFW Home Appreciation Sept 2011 – Sept 2012 = +1.8%
DFW is 6th Highest Among 87 Metros for Job Growth
Source: Dallas Business Journal 11/2/2012
With +48,700 new jobs, the Dallas-Fort Worth area ranked 6th among the 87 major metropolitan areas with additional private sector jobs vrs.1 year ago; according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. New York City was No. 1 with +143,000, followed by Houston with +97,800 and Los Angeles with +95,600.
When considering the population of both New York City (20.1 m) and Los Angles (15.8m) – DFW (6.6m) had the highest per capita job growth by far for the three cities.
Dallas-Fort Worth had +48,700 more jobs at the end of September 2012 than it did in September 2011, the analysis found. DFW had 2,604,600 private sector jobs this year compared with 2,555,900 last year, an increase of +1.91%.
DFW is expected to gain about +11.5 million jobs, or +8.6%, in the next five years, according to a report issued by the U.S. Conference of Mayors. The Dallas-Fort Worth area is expected to see +12.8% job growth in that time, ranking No. 4 nationally.
DFW Ready to push to New Economic Heights
Source: Houston Business Journal, October 2012
With employment growing and other indicators pointing up, Dallas leaders in business and government say their region is poised to shed any lingering effects of the recession and push to new economic heights.
“We’ve accomplished so much during one of the toughest times economically, and we should be proud. We’re fortunate and blessed to be in Dallas,” Mayor Mike Rawlings told business leaders at a recent meeting of the Dallas Regional Chamber. Development officials are on board with that idea. With jobs and population rising, real estate activity is picking up pace.
“With jobs, you need more office space, you usually need more industrial space,” said Adam Saphier, president of central operations for Trammell Crow Co. “We’ve already seen that starting to occur because we’ve had consistent job growth for a while. We’re seeing those vacancies go away, which is great.
Houston Economy Ranked No. 12 Among 366 U.S. Metro Areas
Houston Ranks #3 of 87 Major Metro Areas for Job Growth
SOURCE: Dallas Business Journal, November, 2012
With +97.800 new jobs, the Houston area ranked 3rd among the 87 major metropolitan areas with more private sector jobs vrs.1 year ago, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The top three were; New York City was No. 1 with +143,000, Houston with +97,800 and Los Angeles with +95,600. When considering the population of both New York City (20.1 m) and Los Angles (15.8m) – Houston (6.2m) had the highest per capita job in the U.S.
SERHOUSTON.org says the Houston area is likely to lead in term of job creation because of its diverse economy and growing sectors such as energy with oil and gas, transportation with increasing air traffic and the port of Houston with booming export activity, and health care.
Houston Home Appreciation +5.4% — Sept 2011 – Sept 2012 Source: Corelogic
Demand for all types of housing has sprung back quicker than almost anywhere else in the nation. In the last twelve months the Houston market has closed over 57,000 homes through MLS; started 20,900 new homes; and absorbed 17,000 apartment units. All together the Houston housing market has shown demand for almost 95,000 housing units (new and used).
The supply of for-sale homes is less than the six months. When the supply of homes is below the six month equilibrium, sellers are able to hold firm on their asking prices. In the new home market, new home starts are up +29% as builders work to stay in front of the mounting demand.