Property Management Assistant, Julie Lindsay talks about her role at Highland Residential.
You’ve finally decided to get your own place and get on the property ladder. But before you start looking at the property market for your future home have you weighed up your options? You might have your heart set on buying your first home, but renting might be the better option based on your current situation.
Sales Assistant, Rhiannon McGee talks about her role at Highland Residential.
When viewing a property for the first time, it’s important that you don’t get too caught up in the excitement of living there just yet. Remind yourself why you’re viewing the property and ask the right questions you need to know to help you make an informed decision before you make an offer.
Factoring Services Coordinator, Miriam Blain talks about her role at Highland Residential.
New Year marks a fresh new start and if for you that involves looking for a new home, we have a few tips on how to get your current home ready to sell for January.
Using an online estate agent might seem like the quickest and easiest option but really it can lead to additional costs that you could have avoided if you had chosen to go with an estate agent local to your area.
Winter – the perfect excuse to spend time at home, enjoying a cup of hot chocolate and curling up on the sofa watching our favourite films in the lead up to Christmas.
Property Administration Assistant, Gemma Dawson talks about her role at Highland Residential.
The idea of owning your own home can be exciting as well as daunting especially if it’s your first home. Buying a property will be one of the biggest investments you will make in your life, so it’s important that you are prepared for the property market before making a long-term commitment.
Factoring Administration Assistant, Aryk Slupek talks about his role at Highland Residential.
Property Manager, Louise Cook talks about her role at Highland Residential.
It is well and truly known that Autumn is the busiest time of the year for selling a property. With the summer holidays over, the kids now back at school, and the mornings and nights getting colder and darker, it’s no wonder people are saving their money and enjoying some quiet time at home.