We’re delighted that restrictions on house moves in Scotland will be relaxed from 29th June and buyers, sellers and renters can once again progress their moving plans.
We are awaiting specific guidelines from the Scottish Government, but we hope to be able to resume physical viewings, fully launch new properties to the market and help people to carry out their moving plans (whilst following government guidance to protect our staff and the public) from 29th June.
A new scheme has been unveiled to help first time buyers get on to the property ladder. Similar to other government schemes such as LIFT and Help to Buy, the Scottish government’s First Home Fund will contribute towards the cost of buying a property through a shared equity scheme.
We are holding a drop-in event in conjunction with Macnabs where experts from the solicitors firm and Premier Properties will be available to guide you through the full spectrum of legal advice and complexities involved in buying and selling. Laura and Gary from Premier Properties will be on hand to answer all of your property questions.
The short answer is that a property is only worth what the market is willing to pay for it, but in this blog piece we look closer at 7 factors which can influence exactly how much a property is likely to sell for and what can be done to influence the eventual outcome.