So what is kerb appeal? Simply put, kerb appeal is how attractive your home looks from the street. First impressions count and the outside of your home is an advert for what lies inside. A home that looks well maintained and cared for from the outside will be more attractive and inviting to buyers coming […]
The property market in Edinburgh is Unique. You’ll find the majority of properties for sale listed through Solicitors rather than Estate Agents. This is because only a Solicitor can list your property with espc. But why choose an espc solicitor estate agent? Regarded as the main property portal for advertising properties for sale in Edinburgh […]
Newhaven and Trinity are two of the most desirable locations in Edinburgh for those looking to buy.
We’re sure everyone will be sick and tired of the phrase ‘changing interest rates’ and ‘cost of living crisis.’ VMH are here to offer a positive, festive take on the Edinburgh property market and open some doors for those looking to sell their homes and take advantage of this diluted market. Fewer property listings means […]
Solicitors and Estate Agents can easily get carried away with “shop talk”, leaving buyers and sellers confused. VMH’s Property Jargon Buster breaks down the waffle, making it clear and simple for everyone. Here are 10 common phrases used day-to-day in the property industry and what they really mean. Conveyancing Solicitor You must appoint […]
A pre-sale valuation is a key part in selling your home and it is essential that you carry out this procedure to ensure you get the best price.
Selling your property can be a stressful period for all the family and having younger children running around the house at the same time may not make the situation any better. In today’s market having your property spotless is crucial, but when you add mischievous little feet running around with a bunch of crayons, it […]
Following the announcement of a stamp duty holiday in England on property purchases up to £500,000, the Scottish Government raised the nil LBTT threshold from £145,000 to £250,000 on 15th July 2020. This means that anyone buying a property in Scotland up to the value of £250,000 will not pay any LBTT. This […]
Valentine’s Day is here and with all the love in the air why not share it with your home, as well as your loved ones? After all, home is where the heart is. For most of us our home is one of the biggest investments we’ll make. We […]