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Commercial property in Scotland has seen a significant increase in demand in the first quarter of 2016, with technology companies coming to Edinburgh and others investing in shopping in Aberdeen. However, it is Glasgow that is leading the way according to recent a study.


Austin Lafferty last night hosted and presented prizes to a range of editors, journalists, photographers and even a cartoonist who had triumphed in the 37th Scottish Press Awards. the event was at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow and was a glittering occasion. 


A new study has revealed that it is better value for money to purchase a property in Glasgow rather than rent, with Scotland’s largest city being the best value for purchasing rather than renting.

A new study has found that the vast majority of Wills in the UK favour grandchildren with most people keen to give an inheritance to grandchildren.

According to statistics from the Registers of Scotland (RoS), the number of residential properties sold in Scotland reached an eight-year high, matching figures last seen in 2008.


While the housing market in Scotland has seen an overall increase concerning property demand and value, there has also been an increase in demand for commuter town properties with more people wanting to swap the city for the suburbs.


Properties in Edinburgh are increasing at twice the speed of the national average according to the latest figures regarding the property market in Scotland.


A group of landlord and property organisations have warned that a proposed charge regarding buy-to-let properties and second homes could deter investors and disadvantage first-time buyers.


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