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Edinburgh is an ideal place for landlords looking to invest in residential property. However it is vital you understand the rules, risks, and unique challenges of this sector.
The rented property market in Edinburgh has always been buoyant, so we have put together our top 10 tips for you to ensure you are being a good landlord.
Julia is a Purchase Negotiator in our Penicuik office and has been with the company for over 10 years. Having worked in both the sales and purchasing teams, she can help clients understand the whole buying process.
If you live in England and are considering moving north of the border and buying a property, then it is important you understand the differences between the two systems.
You could find that you bag a bargain by buying a repossessed home. However buying a repossessed property can also be a minefield and it is important to understand what to look out for.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression and a few simple changes to your property can help speed up the sales process and potentially increase it's value.
Did you know you have the potential to access the wealth in your home for a variety of uses? As members of the Equity Release Council, McDougall McQueen can advise on equity release products.
Making a will is not difficult and it is never too early to start thinking about one. We have put together the key steps to consider before speaking to your lawyer to draft a Will for you.
If you love old, historic buildings and properties that have their own special bit of history, you may find yourself considering purchasing a historic home to live in.
Whether you would like information regarding divorce proceedings or the opportunity to discuss child support and maintenance, seeking support from a qualified legal professional is the best way to receive the most honest and up-to-date advice.
A basic Will, drafted by a lawyer, is not expensive, so people should not be lured into thinking that a DIY will is more affordable. DIY Wills often end up in Court at a later date and can have devastating effects on the family.
Craig is the Commercial Partner of the firm and advises on business, property and commercial matters for clients across Scotland.