The average selling price of homes sold in Glasgow has increased by 10.7% between April and June 2017 year-on-year, and by 11.2% in the first six months of the year, according to the latest house price report from GSPC.
A repayment mortgage for a residential property purchase is the most common form of borrowing against a property. It is the most sensible way to repay your mortgage and as long as you continue to make your mortgage payments, at the end of the agreed term, your mortgage debt will be nil. Lenders have very strict criteria with interest-only mortgages. Some of the things they look for are that there is an acceptable source of
You may wonder what the advantage are of going with a solicitor estate agent, particularly with the increased visibility of online-only estate agents who market themselves as the cheaper alternative.
A new curated pop-up market will be coming to Glasgow at the end of June to help you make the most of the warm summer months. Pop-up street food stalls and boutiques have become a big trend over the last few years, and Hypermarket, which will be held at the Galvanizers Yard from 30th June to 2nd July, aims to create a complete curated market experience.
Living on an idyllic island is often one of life’s dreams, with the promise of a quieter pace and where you could wake up with sea views every morning. The Isle of Arran can make this dream a reality with its easy accessibility to Glasgow, a range of affordable properties and dramatic Highland-esque landscape of peaks and valleys, gorges, burns and heather-covered moors.
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Many people choose to re-mortgage at the end of any given fixed rate tie-in period or at the end of a special deal. In most circumstances, if you do not re-mortgage then you will revert to your lenders standard variable rate, which may be much higher than the rate you were previously on during your deal period. It may suit some borrowers to revert to a standard rate with no tie-ins, for example if
Property Guide readers may remember GSPC’s former showroom on Queen Street, in the centre of Glasgow. After a number of years based in the north of the city, we are delighted to have recently agreed a ten-year lease on a new showroom and headquarters in the heart of Glasgow.
The west central Scotland property market is showing little impact from recent political changes, including the triggering of Article 50 and the prospect of a second Scottish referendum, according to the latest analysis from GSPC. Average selling prices across west central Scotland and Glasgow have remained steady over the past six months, from October 2016 to March 2017, with a modest rise of 0.6% when compared with the same period the year before. The first