Savills has seen shares jump after the estate agency said it saw the UK commercial and residential markets pick up after last month’s general election.
House sales are increasing in many parts of the north-east but a property glut has hit prices.
The average house price is predicted to be £35,000 higher in five years’ time as “Brexit and election-related angst” subsides, according to a report.
Patrick McDonald was perhaps destined to own Ythanside, making his intentions known years before the period property came on the market.
Brechin Castle has featured on many a page of Scotland’s history books.
The Crown Estate is seeking forward-thinking entrepreneurs to help boost business at a mountain biking centre in the heart of the Cairngorms.
Allan Nisbet can still remember the first time he and his late wife turned the lock in the door at Eastfield: June 18 1986.
Changing shopping habits, Brexit uncertainty and rising employment costs and business rates have heaped pressure on retailers during 2018.
A house in rural Aberdeenshire has become the first in two years to sell for £1 million - fuelling hopes demand is picking up.
Aberdeen Open champion Paul Lawrie has put his luxury mansion – which comes complete with bespoke golf facilities amid its three-acre grounds – on the market for £2.2 million.
The country house where Captain Scott planned his ill-fated final expedition – and it could be yours for offers over £550,000
If walls could talk, then those inside Burnside Lodge in Glen Prosen, by Kirriemuir, would have a fascinating story to tell.
A 523-acre farm which overlooks the Firth of Tay has launched on the market at offers over £3 million.
Russian, American, Scandinavian and French buyers are snapping up around 60% of the Scottish estates that come on the market, often in private deals.
Property giant Savills has identified three key drivers for growth in Aberdeen’s office market this year.
Scottish commercial property is likely to see more “investor appetite” during 2018.
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.
Half-year figures from international property specialist Savills reveal a huge jump in office space take-up in and around Aberdeen.
A new Aberdeen office market report shows the strongest quarterly take-up in and around the Granite City since 2013.
Mains of Kebbaty looks like something out of a fairy tale, tucked away down a private track with roses growing around the door.
Top office rents in Aberdeen were above those for Glasgow during 2016 despite commercial property market woes in the Granite City, a new report from Savills says.
One of Scotland’s biggest law firms set to become second tenant in Aberdeen’s The Capitol development
One of Scotland’s biggest law firms is poised to become the second tenant in The Capitol office development in Union Street, Aberdeen.
From the moment you set eyes on this enchanting north-east farmhouse, you are going to be in love with it.
The price tag for this north-east castle is offers over £150,000 - but the chance to be part of its history is priceless.
Knight Property Group is pushing ahead with investment in the north-east with the £5million development of Kingshill Commercial Park in Westhill, Aberdeenshire.
A north-east consultant has accused government of causing more confusion with farm subsidy payments through the release of payment information letters this week.
A wildlife lover's dream home has gone on the market for just over £400,000.
A new report has highlighted that onshore wind farms in the north-east are still generating less than a third of the electricity they could.
Aberdeen’s office market is witnessing a “flight to quality” as supply continues to outstrip demand, a business gathering in the city heard yesterday.
New research into Aberdeen’s housing market suggests the prospects for a long-term recovery are good, though sellers’ price expectations are currently creating a glut.
Scottish house prices will fall next year due to Brexit uncertainty and as the market continues to be held back by the north-east economic downturn, a report says.
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