Archive for the ‘Buying’ Category

If you’ve been looking on s1homes for a dream property to buy or rent, chances are you’ve discovered more than a few that ticked all of your boxes . . . yet, on the day of the viewing, the objects of everyday life got in the way and overwhelmed your senses. Was it the enormous […]

    How are you getting on with your very latest fitness plans? Oh dear, the exercise bike is being used as a clotheshorse, you say? And you’ve only used your gym membership twice? Not to worry. s1homes has an exercise regime that’s easy to follow and you’ll want to stick with to see the […]

Moving into a new property is more exciting than a first date on Valentine’s Day . . . and the relationship with your home is likely to last as long too. However, it can also prove stressful, if you don’t plan ahead. This is especially true if you leave the important stuff to the last […]

Our handy video shows you 5 top tips you should take into account when planning to buy your first home. Search now at www.s1homes.com

The most recent publication of the monthly UK House Price Index (UK HPI) shows that the average property price in Scotland in October 2017 was £143,544 – an increase of 2.8 per cent on October in the previous year and a decrease of 0.7 per cent compared to the previous month. In North Ayrshire there […]

The latest publication of the monthly UK House Price Index (UK HPI) shows that the average price of a property in Scotland in August 2017 was £146,354 – an increase of 3.9 per cent on August in the previous year and a decrease of 0.7 per cent when compared to the previous month. The city […]

The residential lettings market in rural areas of Scotland, including Fife, is driven by demand for premium property, especially houses with paddocks, stables or equestrian facilities, finds property consultancy Galbraith. Geoff Laird-Portch, who manages residential lettings for Galbraith in Fife, Aberdeenshire and Angus, said: “There is huge demand and very rapid turnover for properties which […]

Despite the EU Referendum, this year’s General Election, higher rates of taxation than the rest of the UK and a chronic lack of supply, Scotland is experiencing the strongest property market since 2008. Should the Scottish Government reconsider LBTT rates then the property market has the potential to rival the performance of other markets around the […]

House sales in Fife are looking promising, driven in part by the new Queensferry Crossing set to significantly shorten commuting times to Edinburgh. During the second quarter of 2017 property firm Galbraith reported a 35 per cent increase in residential sales in Fife compared with the same period last year. George Lorimer, a partner with Galbraith […]

If you love older, characterful properties, you may find yourself eyeing up a listed building as a potential home. They certainly make charming places to live but how does listed status actually affect your ownership? Well, in Scotland there are three categories of listed building. Category A buildings are of national importance in terms of […]

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