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Eyre CrescentEyre Crescent, New Town, Edinburgh, EH3£380,000 Offers over
Monifieth RoadMonifieth Road, Broughty Ferry, DD5£460,000 Offers over
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Garnet StreetGarnet Street, Glasgow, G3£148,000 Offers over
Manor PlaceManor Place, West End, Edinburgh, EH3£450,000 Offers over
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We update our blog regularly with news on the property market and issues that affect those buying and selling properties.
In the days before the credit crunch and the tightening of bank lending, buying first was the norm. Having seen a property you wished to purchase, you instructed your solicitor to submit an offer and then – if your offer was accepted – you placed your own property on the market, confident that a sale would result, funding the purchase. Since the credit crunch, this approach incurs greater risk. Firstly,...
First time buyer activity is key to the overall health of the housing market, so it was interesting to see figures recently released by The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) for the second quarter of 2014 confirm that there have been 7500 first time buyer loans in Scotland in that period. This is an increase of 29 per cent over the previous three months and a 23 per cent increase on the same period for t...
On the 18 September 2014 the people of Scotland will be asked “Should Scotland be an independent country?” If the referendum delivers a “Yes” vote, Scotland will move towards independence following a period of negotiation. If a “No” vote is returned, Scotland will continue under the current constitutional arrangements.For those involved in residential property, we have been waiting to see when, or if, there will be a significant impact o...