Archive for February, 2012

Glasgow is proclaimed as being the UK’s second best city for shopping, and with four indoor shopping centres in the city centre, it’s hard to argue. If this sounds like kind of place you’d like to be then why not have it all on your doorstep? For offers over £200,000 you could find yourself […]

An interesting story on heraldscotland reports that Edinburgh is becoming a top destination for international buyers looking to relocate in the UK. Estate agents are reporting rises in the number of foreign buyers thought to be due to it’s cultural scene, quality schools and universities and the concentration of financial companies with HQ’s in the […]

s1homes just got bigger… and better. At the end of last year, we carried out extensive research among s1homes users to find out what they wanted from s1homes, and we’ve just launched a brand new site which gives you just that. Here’s just a few of the improvements… Simplified search – making it quicker and […]

If you’re a fan of browsing s1homes then you’re probably a fan of Grand Designs too? Chances are then that you’re a fan of barn conversions and the great opportunity that they bring for country living and lots of space. We’ve picked out some interesting examples from s1homes and s1rental so let us know what […]

The latest quarterly house price report to be published by Scotland’s biggest property website shows no change in the Reality Gap, the difference between what house sellers hope to sell their properties for and the price they actually achieve, even though the average asking price fell in the last quarter of 2011. The s1homes Scottish […]

PLANS have been unveiled for a £90 million housing and shopping complex which developers say will create around 500 permanent jobs and revitalise a Scottish town.  Property developers Wallace Land have lodged a planning application with West Lothian Council to build 600 homes, a supermarket and a 60-bed residential care home in the Burghmuir area […]

PLANS to build 1600 homes in the north of Glasgow, together with a new rail station, hotel and shops, are expected to be approved by councillors this week. The multimillion-pound development on a 420-acre site at Robroy- ston, straddling the M80, was rejected by Glasgow City Council last year due to doubts over whether the […]