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Working from offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee, we can help you through the buying or selling process from start to finish.

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Do you need to speak to a financial advisor or family lawyer now that you have decided to move? Looking to update your Will to reflect your change in circumstances? Our expert lawyers can help you.

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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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Ready to enjoy some sunshine in the property market?

Spring came early to the property market this year. Buyers and sellers are feeling the warmth, and a good conveyancing solicitor could set you up nicely for a summer move Closing dates on sales have been coming thick and fast in the first three months of 2018. This is earlier in the year than traditionally expected, and a sign that spring has come early in Glasgow. Another sign of early spring . . .

Selling your property the modern way

Technology has opened up amazing possibilities when it comes to buying and selling houses  Digital technology, video, smartphones, apps and the Internet have transformed the way people market their property or search for a new home.  Slideshows, video and floorplans offer wonderful opportunities for showcasing property at its best, and potential buyers from all over the world can ‘view’ property . . .

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, . . .