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N4 Property acquires former Natwest Building on Blythswood Square

Published 4 weeks ago

N4 Property, part of Glasgow-headquartered investment firm, N4 Partners, has completed its first acquisition located at Glasgow’s Blythswood Square.

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Rent controls and new duties at centre of new housing bill

Published 4 weeks ago

The Scottish Government has published new legislation which aims to keep people in their homes and help prevent homelessness.

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UK households pay more for less compared to advanced economies

Published 4 weeks ago

Housing stock across the UK is characterised as “expensive, cramped and ageing” when compared with that of other countries, according to new analysis by the Resolution Foundation.

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ESPC: Buyer’s market emerges as listings rise and sales slow

Published 1 month ago

The average property selling price in Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife, and the Borders declined 4.6% year-on-year to £272,096 between September 2023 and February 2024, according to ESPC.

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Average house price increases by 4.8% in 12 months

Published 1 month ago

The average price of a property in Scotland reached £190,000 in January 2024, an increase of 4.8% when compared to the same time last year, according to the UK House Price Index.

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DJ Alexander: Scotland takes in over £600m in property taxes

Published 1 month ago

Property taxes in Scotland exceeded £600 million over the last twelve months, according to DJ Alexander Ltd.

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Aberdeen’s Talisman House changes hands in £8.2 million deal

Published 1 month ago

Specialist real estate asset and investment manager Catella APAM has sold Aberdeen’s Talisman House to Shelborn Investments Limited on behalf of Danish client Britannia Invest A/S.

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CBRE: Investment in cutting-edge facilities crucial for Scotland’s growing life sciences sector

Published 1 month ago

Scotland’s thriving life sciences sector needs increased investment in top-quality lab and research facilities to sustain growth, according to real estate advisor CBRE.

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Walker Fraser Steele: Regional variations mask stable national average house price

Published 1 month ago

The average Scottish house price in January remained unchanged from December at £221,693, representing a marginal 0.2% annual increase, according to the latest analysis from Chartered Surveyors Walker Fraser Steele.

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‘Meaningful’ Land Reform Bill introduced

Published 1 month ago

A Bill which sets out a commitment to addressing the challenges of concentrated land ownership has been introduced by the Scottish Government today.

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Legal practice takes final suite at Aberdeen’s St Swithin Row

Published 1 month ago

Q&A Law Practice has agreed to lease the final available suite at St Swithin Row, a long held Aberdeen property within Knight Property Group’s portfolio, marking full occupancy of all four office suites within the building.

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Renfrewshire retail park changes hands for nearly £8 million

Published 1 month ago

Paton’s Mill Retail Park, located on the edge of Johnstone, has been sold in a multi-million-pound deal.

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RICS: Scottish housing market heats up as buyer and seller activity picks up

Published 1 month ago

The Scottish housing market has shown a strong increase in activity from both homebuyers and sellers for the second consecutive month in February, according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Residential Market Survey.

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Shepherd: Direct Stirling-London train services to spur property investment

Published 1 month ago

A newly approved direct rail link between London Euston and Stirling is expected to catalyse growth in Stirling’s residential and commercial property sectors, according to Shepherd Chartered Surveyors.

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Financial strength of RSLs ‘weakening’ in face of tough economic and operating conditions, Regulator warns

Published 1 month ago

The liquidity of Scotland’s registered social landlords (RSLs) remains strong despite the challenging economic and operating conditions, but they have reduced financial headroom and reduced capacity to respond to further challenges, a new report from the Scottish Housing Regulator has found.

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