CKD Galbraith has reported a "Spring surge" in activity across the region and this is expected to continue throughout the summer months.
Partner George Lorimer, who leads the firm's Fife residential team, said: "I can only describe the recent activity in the local market as being phenomenal. In addition to very high levels of sales activity, the lettings market has also been very lively.
Fife offers some terrific properties and has a number of really sought-after hotspots like St Andrews, Elie and the East Neuk. There is clear evidence that factors such as the forthcoming opening of the Queensferry Crossing and V&A museum in Dundee are having a really positive effect on the county.
CKD Galbraith's residential department for Fife, based in Cupar town centre, has recently relocated to an excellent new prominent office to cater for increased demand. The firm has also strengthened its residential team.
Dominic Wedderburn has been promoted to associate. Dominic has over 20 years of experience in the property sector and has unrivalled local knowledge, having grown up in the area and attended Dundee High School. He said:
I'm delighted to have received the promotion and to continue to serve clients during such a vibrant and positive time in the Fife property market.
George Lorimer said:
Appointing Sean Cruickshank as head of lettings for Fife, the promotion of Dominic to associate and the very successful Cupar office move have all served to ensure we are at the forefront of sales, lettings and acquisitions for the region at a time when demand is particularly strong.