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In a move set to redefine the landscape of Scotland's property industry, Angela Wallace, the centre and operations manager at Tayside Property Solicitors Centre (TSPC), anticipates a pivotal role for AI in house sales throughout 2024. A digitised strategy, known as proptech, embraces the use of tech

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Property firm Rettie & Co is forecasting Scottish house prices to rise by around 1.5 per cent in 2024, with overall residential property transaction activity increasing to approximately 4.3 per cent. Rettie sees continued pressure on the private rental sector (PRS), with double-digit increases i

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November saw both lower demand and supply in the Scottish property market according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Residential Market. Taking a look at demand through November, a net balance of -17 per cent of respondents in Scotland noted a fall in new buyer enquiries

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The average selling price of property in Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and the Borders dropped 6.6 per cent year-on-year to £273,348, according to new figures from ESPC. The average percent of Home Report valuation attained was 4.2 percentage points lower than last year, recorded at 102.6 per

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The latest provisional statistics from the UK HPI have recorded an average property price in Scotland of £192,000 for July 2023 – a 0.1 per cent increase from the previous year.

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The Scottish property market has shown signs of cooling as average property selling prices across Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and the Borders showed a 2.8 per cent year-on-year drop during June-August 2023 to £286,560, according to the latest ESPC House Price Report.

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Stubborn inflation and increased borrowing costs have led to prospective buyers relying more heavily on home reports, according to Shepherd Chartered Surveyors. ESPC reports that in Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and the Borders, the average property selling price rose 0.2 per cent year-on-year to &p

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Property listings for sale in Scotland have risen substantially across several cities, according to DJ Alexander. The most noteworthy increases from August 2022 to August 2023 were in Inverness with an 83 per cent rise, followed by Dundee at 81 per cent. Edinburgh saw a 45 per cent increase, Perth r

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