Second home buyers boosted the property market in the Highlands in the first quarter of this financial year, according to figures from estate agency Galbraith.
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.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route could create an “arc of property” in towns around the Granite City’s borders.
Property giant Savills has identified three key drivers for growth in Aberdeen’s office market this year.
Scottish house prices are experiencing growth not seen since the 2007 financial crash, suggesting the nationwide effect of the oil and gas downturn could be easing off.
The number of people living outside of Scotland buying expensive homes in the north-east has almost doubled, new figures have shown.
Housing sales have increased in the north-east, but the region is “not out of the woods yet” from the oil downturn according to industry experts.
Roy Murray began gathering the granite for Canterbury House 25 years ago. But it wasn’t until just over 10 years ago that he started putting it to good use.
Douglas Boynton wasn't even looking at property in the area when he stumbled upon what was to become his family’s home for the next 25 years.
If you are looking for a new house, and like a project, there’s a property on the market offering both.
The price tag says offers over £190,000 - but the views from Tigh A Cnoc, a substantial detached house at Port Henderson near Gairloch, are priceless.
Although big houses can be expensive to run - winter energy bills can be a shock in the smallest of pads - a group of flatmates can help cut the costs quite dramatically.
Living in Aberdeen, it's easy to choose the area you want to be in. There are always properties from all corners of the city floating around the market, although it isn't always possible to get first dibs on the one you have set your heart on.
OK, I confess. There's nothing I like better than having a good look around other people's homes, especially when that home costs millions and belongs to someone famous, which is why this property caught my eye.
When a potential home doesn’t include a certain amenity, it can be what the buyer would call a deal-breaker, and for me, the lack of a good kitchen and bathtub is this.
Nothing feels quite as classy as driving a car along a sweeping gravel driveway and pulling up in front of a rather grand house.
Every so often there’s a property sitting on the market which leaves potential buyers wondering why it’s for sale. Perhaps it’s placed in a noisy area or it’s too far away from city centre amenities. Maybe it’s a long and painful commute to work or not close to any public transport links for those without their own car.
The number of new homes coming onto the market in Scotland rose last month, bucking the trend across the rest of the UK, a study has found.
The north-east is home to some grand designs.
One of the best things about being a property owner is having the ability to decorate your home however you choose, without to having to answer to a landlord.
An oil boss has bought one of Scotland's grandest homes at a knockdown price of £1.85million.
Housing prices in the north east have soared in the last year, while the volume of sales in Aberdeen simultaneously dropped.