The cost of buying a home in Aberdeen has risen for the first time since 2017 as thousands of jobs return to the North Sea oil and gas sector, according to a new report.
A new survey of Scottish households has found that four-in-10 could be over £2,000 a year better off by switching their home loan.
Number Seven Jackson Street is a semi-detached property full of character, and would be ideal for those looking to move to Aberdeenshire.
With gorgeous views over The Feugh valley and a recently modernised interior, Strathcoille is the ideal family home.
Number Six Angus Avenue is every inch the family home, and offers immaculate accommodation complete with showhome style.
Property sales in Scotland have reached their highest level for 11 years, with a prominent estate agent suggesting it shows people are “getting on with their lives” amid the uncertainty over Brexit.
This immaculate family home is just waiting for new owners, and offers stylish accommodation and all the perks of village life.
With its rural location and spacious accommodation, The Bothy is sure to appeal to a wide range of property hunters.
Flat-hunting in the centre of any city can be tricky.
With stunning views across Aberdeen and luxurious accommodation on offer, number 78 Queens Highlands is the ultimate penthouse apartment.
It’s fair to say that Number Four, Meadowlands Crescent, isn’t your average family home, and impressive renovations have produced gorgeous interior design both inside and out.
Traditional features blend with modern simplicity at this gorgeous four-bedroom flat, which can be found within a lovely granite building in Aberdeen’s west end.
Number 44G Erroll Street comes with plenty of opportunities, plus a great location and stylish interior.
It’s often difficult for people to find a property for sale that lets them take that first step on to the property ladder.
From the traditional Aberdeen granite to the stylish interior, flat 5 at No4, Queens Gate, offers modern accommodation which would suit a wide range of property hunters.
A period exterior and a magazine worthy interior design awaits at No8 Bridge of Cowie in Stonehaven.
This self contained three-bedroom flat can be found at 21 Leslie Road, and will appeal to a range of property hunters.
If you don’t believe in magic you’ll never find it, or so the saying goes, but the world of make-believe comes easy at The Firs in Torphins.
An idyllic location and spacious family living awaits at this six bedroom home in Rothienorman.
If you’re on the hunt for a spacious family home with gorgeous views of the countryside, you can call off the search thanks to this lovely property in Hatton.
First two corporate hospitality boxes at new £333m Teca venue given to two professional services firms
The first two corporate hospitality boxes at the new £333 million Teca (The Event Complex Aberdeen) venue have gone to two of the Granite City’s largest professional services firms.
The tough economic conditions which have engulfed Aberdeen for the last four years may be coming to an end, according to new figures indicating tentative signs of a recovery in the local property market.
Taking the decision to put your feet up and retire can ironically prove stressful.
Three north and north-east firms have been singled out for special praise in an annual review of the UK’s legal market.
If your family is expanding and you’re on the hunt for more space, it can be a struggle to find a property which fits your needs yet comes in on budget.
3 St Leonards Court, Bath Street, is a beautifully presented townhouse in the popular coastal town of Stonehaven that offers a discerning buyer a home that is ready to move into.
Falling house values and sales have wiped £85 million off the north-east property market over the first half of this year– but property experts believe the area could avoid the national trend and improve in the next quarter.
Even the calmest of individuals can get flustered with the stress of a house move.
On the hunt for a new home with a top location? Then look no further than Number 15 View Terrace.
With a spotless interior and a lovely location, this spacious bungalow could well be your new home in time for autumn.
Scottish property prices are growing at their fastest rate in three years – but continue to fall in Aberdeen despite the improving local economy.
Property prices in the north have risen for the fifth quarter in a row, largely due to the popularity of Airbnb, with the average price of a Highland home now standing at a staggering £177,634.