Can I Buy Before I Sell

Article addressing the change in market dynamics since the recession. Most people now have to sell their existing property, or at least get it under offer, before making an offer...

Downsizing advice you can't afford to ignore

Downsizing. It’s not a phrase I particularly like, with its faintly negative air and assumption that ‘it’s all downhill from now on’. But more and more people are making the...

7 tips for a low maintenance garden

Moving to your first property with a garden? Slightly daunted by the prospect and your lack of green fingers? All is not lost. A wealth of new and clever man-made...

Residential Nil Rate Band for Inheritance Tax

The Finance (No2) Act 2015 received Royal Assent on the 18th November. There is provision within the new legislation for there to be a Main Residence Nil Rate Band available...

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) liability on disposal of residential property by non-UK resident individuals

From the 6 April 2015 non-UK resident persons became liable to pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on any profit they make from the sale of the whole or part of...

2015 Property Market Review

An extraordinary year in many ways, 2015 has seen market changing political and economic conditions to put it mildly – more of which later. Hot on the heels of the...

How to get your foot on the property ladder - our top 5 tips

With house prices set to rise over the next few years, buying your own home might seem more daunting than ever. The average personal debt in Britain adds up to...

Movers and shakers in the property market

The property market has seen some major changes this year. Property partner, Richard Loudon, explains what it all means for those looking to buy or sell in the next few...

Autumn looking brighter?

The Edinburgh residential property market is never dull, but 2015 is proving to be a particularly interesting year. From tax changes to varying market conditions, there has been a great...

Children finally leaving the nest

There’s still time to find and complete on a student property in Aberdeen or Edinburgh, ready for the autumn term. This can be a canny investment, (depending on market conditions)...
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