My last monthly property market update went out just before the General Election. The big question for this monthly market update is: what is happening in the property market today and how will the result of the General Election affect the property market in Scotland? I’ve also put some tips in here about how to help your property stand out and sell in what continues to be a very challenging market in most areas.Your Read More Link Text
One of the first acts of the new coalition government in the UK was to scrap HIPs (Home Information Packs) in England and Wales. This had been a pre-election pledge and therefore came as no huge surprise. This has led to a lot of clients and prospective property sellers in Scotland either (a) telling me they’re delighted that HIPs have been scrapped (when they actually mean ‘Home Reports’ and think that they are one and the same thing) or (b) asking me whether this means that Home Reports in Scotland will be scrapped too.Your Read More Link Text
Property Market Update – April 2010 – General Election Special!
It’s been understated, dignified throughout and in no way resembled children chucking mud at each other in a playground: yes, I’m talking about the General Election. Mercifully we are almost at the end of the campaign and in less than a week it will be all over. At that point we can finally resume focus on some of the things that have been getting less column inches than they deserve in the past few weeks, most notably Inter Milan reaching the Champions League final, my band’s gig at the Bongo Club last Friday and, of course, property market news.Your Read More Link Text