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Keep up to date with the latest news from Lindsays

We update our blog regularly with news on the property market and issues that affect those buying and selling properties.

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Demand for Dundee property remains strong

Dundee’s housing market has been active throughout 2017. With demand still outstripping supply, it’s a good market for sellers. Because of this, we’re seeing more sellers setting closing dates – a trend that’s also apparent in strong markets such as Edinburgh. The market is very active in the usual hotspots of the West End and Broughty Ferry, but also in more affordable areas such as St Marys, . . .

Sellers’ market shows no sign of slowing

The Edinburgh housing market in 2017 has been characterised by a lack of stock. The number of homes brought to market in April-June is down almost 6% on the same period last year, according to a recent ESPC report. This is positive news for sellers, creating a market where prices exceed expectations. ESPC figures show that east central Scotland properties marketed as “Offers Over” achieved an . . .

Tayside has a spring in its step

The residential property market in Dundee and Tayside continues to benefit from the regeneration effect. Demand is buoyant across the region, and there is steady price growth in all areas. The market appears unaffected by Brexit and other political uncertainties. The healthy property market in Tayside has led to fewer properties being offered at a fixed price, and more ‘offers over’ sales. In . . .