25 September 2015
Property journalist Andrea Dean reveals how to Who Do You Think You Are? your home in this guest post and picks out a few houses with interesting histories of their own.
3 September 2015
Hard workers in their day, these former mills have found a new purpose in “retirement” as excellent family homes. We take a look around three converted water mills.
27 August 2015
Modern homes and contemporary living feature in our latest guest post from property journalist and blogger Fiona Reid.
13 August 2015
In the final blog in our current series on land reform, Jennifer Jeffrey considers the proposed amendments to compensation for tenants improvements.
30 July 2015
In a guest post, property journalist and blogger Fiona Reid takes a look at the enduring appeal of Georgian houses.
29 July 2015
Continuing her series on land reform, Poppy Baggott looks at the changes to farm tenancies and Agricultural Holdings legislation proposed in Part 10 of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill.
21 July 2015
Poppy Baggott takes a look at the proposal under the Land Reform Bill to provide a ‘model’ for deciding fair rents for agricultural tenancies.
14 July 2015
In the third of our series of blogs on the Land Reform Bill, Poppy Baggott from our Rural team examines the Government's aims to put one million acres of land into community ownership by 2020.
7 July 2015
Poppy Baggott from the CKD Galbraith Rural team examines the Scottish Government’s proposals on Land Reform. This week she looks at the proposals to levy non-domestic rates on sporting estates.
2 July 2015
In the first of a series of blogs, Poppy Baggott from our Rural team helps to unpick the Scottish Government’s land reform proposals.
25 June 2015
We all know that perfect properties don’t grow on trees but we’ve recently spotted some 'arboreal abodes' and they're definitely growing on us! Here’s a look at a few homes named after trees (or in one case a plant) and currently for sale with our branches (see what we did there?) across Scotland.
18 June 2015
This week we’ll be out in force at the Royal Highland Show - Scotland’s annual celebration of farming and the countryside - held at Ingliston, Edinburgh from Thursday to Sunday (18-21 June 2015.) To mark the show we take a whistle-stop tour to feature just a few of the farms we are currently offering for sale.
12 June 2015
One of the questions we are most frequently asked is quite simply “how do you buy a house in Scotland?” We asked David Corrie - head of Estate Agency in our Castle Douglas office – to explain the process of buying a house in Scotland to potential buyers from the rest of the UK.
4 June 2015
If you’re looking to make a splash then what better way to do it than with your own swimming pool. Here are two homes currently for sale where you can dip your toe in the water or just dive in!
29 May 2015
In this article from our new Commercial Matters e-zine, Katie Gibson considers how social media has changed the way that commercial property is marketed.
21 May 2015
If you’ve been thinking about entering the world of buy-to-let, or indeed expanding your existing portfolio, then we may have just the opportunity for you!
7 May 2015
We all like to think that our home is our castle but that doesn't mean that there isn't something to be said for the real thing! This week we take a look at three castles currently for sale in Scotland, each of which has a unique story to tell.
1 May 2015
It’s certainly not unusual for us to be selling a farm, but a farm which offers the opportunity to enter the world of pedigree cattle breeding at the very highest level is not something that we are able to offer every day.
24 April 2015
This week we take a look at a selection of buildings ready for conversion and sites ripe for development currently for sale with our offices across Scotland.
17 April 2015
We've been blogging elsewhere this week! Property portal onthemarket.com invited us to contribute to their "view from the field" feature where an agent reveals what’s going on in their corner of the property market.
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