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Sulejman Mihevec


Member since October 22, 2013

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    Half of the companies said they were already planning to use their expertise by investing abroad

    Companies in the UK oil and gas sector expect to create up to 39,000 jobs over the next two years.

    A survey of 100 companies, commissioned by the Bank of Scotland, found expectations of employment growth had increased since last year.

    A clear majority (69%) of executives in the companies were optimistic about their growth prospects in 2014/2015.

    A total of 38% of those responding said a shortage of skilled workers would be their greatest challenge. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote

    Scotland should reap the largest share of these new jobs, however other parts of the UK will benefit from expansion plans”

    Stuart White Bank of Scotland

    International expansion was cited as a priority by 64% of those taking part. Key areas for investment were Africa, North America and the Middle East. 'Expand internationally'

    The survey found 46% of companies were already planning further growth in foreign markets over the next 24 months.

    The research was carried out by BDRC Continental and companies were chosen to reflect a range of size, location and service type.

    A similar study carried out last year indicated companies in the sector would recruit an additional 34,000 people over two years.

    Bank of Scotland commercial area director Stuart White, said: "The findings of this report are excellent news for the economy, demonstrating the employment-generating nature of the ...

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    Westhill Property Consulting Management Group: How do I know if the tenant is maintaining my investment property? This is one of the biggest concerns for an out of state landlord and even local landlords. I have had many landlords contact me to take over the management of their property because they have received repair bills in the thousands for damages caused by their previous tenant. In their contracts they found the property manager only inspected the property once a year and for any subsequent inspections, the landlord would be charged an additional fee.

    It’s very important that in the property management agreement it states that the property manager will conduct at the bare minimum an inspection of the property, inside and out, at least every 6 months. We conduct a property inspection every four months to ensure the tenant is maintaining the property and to minimize any chance of future damage or neglect. With that said, if the tenant wants to damage the property prior to moving out, there is nothing a property manager can do to prevent this but if a property manager is conducting multiple property inspections to ensure the tenant maintains the property, that’s all you can ask.

    A property inspection should be a quick walk through of the property to minimize any inconvenience...

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