Entries by Holley Samuel

Property Sells Fastest in Glasgow!

Property in the UK takes an average of 114 days to sell, which is almost two weeks longer than the same time last year and some regions are taking considerably longer (the average selling time in Oxford currently stands at a lengthy 152 days). However, it’s better news for homeowners in Scotland as we still […]

Are Flats Going Out of Fashion?

According to recent reports from Zoopla, buyers across the UK are choosing to purchase three and four bedroom homes rather than one and two bedroom flats. Two thirds of people buying their first home now look for houses showing that they are no longer compromising on the size of their first property. This demonstrates that […]

Should you Stage your Property?

When you’re selling your home, it’s important to declutter, clean the windows, clean the guttering and do all the things that make your home look well-maintained and smart. Over and above this, have you considered property staging? This involves making your home more appealing to potential buyers and helping them to envisage living in your […]

Moving to Glasgow? Here’s Your Essential Guide

Glasgow is the largest urban area in Scotland. The city is bursting with culture, events, sporting events, entertainment, world-class shopping, incredible restaurants, history, amazing people and beautiful homes. If Glasgow is a place that you’d like to call home, here’s our guide to Scotland’s Second City! Glasgow regions The city of Glasgow is divided into […]

Make Your Home Irresistible to Buyers!

Considering selling your home? If so, you’ll want to sell it as quickly as possible and for the best price. Ideally you want competing offers to drive up the price and to prevent any reasons for your buyers to haggle down the price. Take a look at these styling tips to make your home irresistible […]

The West End Micro Market is Ticking All the Boxes!

While the average house price of a property in Glasgow in July 2019 was £175,663, the vibrant and ever-popular West End of Glasgow is something of a property micro market with prices generally 33% higher than the Glasgow average. For example, the average price in Hyndland is £314,862, Dowanhill is £300,636 and Kelvingrove stands at £276,612. The […]

What to Consider When Buying Your First Home

Buying your first home is likely the biggest purchase and one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make, so it makes sense to do a bit of thinking, researching and planning in preparation. If you go in with your eyes wide open and having considered all factors carefully, you may land an investment that […]