Where there's a will - we raised more than £3,000 for nine charities

Where there's a will - we raised more than £3,000 for nine charities

  • 12 August 2021

We are delighted to announce that we have raised £3,265 to support nine different charities by volunteering our time and expertise to write people’s wills in exchange for charitable donations.

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Edinburgh bucks national trend with more homes listed for sale

Edinburgh bucks national trend with more homes listed for sale

  • 29 July 2021

Edinburgh does not have the same shortage of available properties for sale as the rest of Scotland, according to newly published figures.

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What does the future of property ownership look like for millennials?

What does the future of property ownership look like for millennials?

  • 02 July 2021

Millennials don’t buy property or cars, they prefer to walk and they have better things to spend their money on than bricks and mortar – like coffee flavourings and beard grooming products.

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Building on good practice to solve the current shortage of housing stock

Building on good practice to solve the current shortage of housing stock

  • 18 June 2021

Scotland has a brief, if infamous, tradition of constructing inferior quality social housing. The Basil Spence-inspired high-rises that dominated the skylines of cities for four decades from the 1960s remain a byword for poorly conceived and executed housing policy.

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Buyers go to extremes in dash for homes

Buyers go to extremes in dash for homes

  • 15 June 2021

Homebuyers are resorting to extreme measures to secure purchases in the current frenetic Scottish property market, paying hundreds of thousands of pounds in cash, camping overnight outside estate agents’ offices and even buying flats and houses without viewing them.

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