Tom Ohlson

  • Smart Spending Strategies

    Like most other aspects of property management, investing wisely into assets calls for a balancing act. The recession produced creative cost-saving strategies, yet many owners learned the hard way that depriving an asset of the capital needed to keep it competitive is self-defeating. By Paul Rosta.

    National 14 March 2012 11:36

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