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18 April 2008
As part of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2006, the Scottish Executive is committed to introducing legislation to improve the process of buying residential property on the open market in Scotland by the adoption of Purchaser Information Packs (PIPs). The final details of the proposal are expected soon although the intention is not to introduce the legislation until October 2008.
6 March 2007
CKD Galbraith has strengthened its Inverness residential division with the creation of a dedicated townhouse department.
6 March 2007
The process of selling property in Scotland by fixing the asking price on an "Offers Over" basis is alive and kicking writes Bob Cherry, Partner in charge of CKD Galbraith's Ayr Office.
6 December 2006
What a difference 10 years makes. A decade ago no UK county had an average house price above £100,000.
6 March 2006
The conversion of traditional farm steadings for other uses is a growing trend which is spreading across the country. A well known feature in the South of England and on Scotland's urban fringes and areas such as East Lothian, farm steading conversion is now reaching those traditionally sound farming areas where it has neither been an option nor considered before.
9 February 2004
CKD Galbraith's Agency Department, operating from six offices across Scotland, is perhaps best placed of all Agents to gauge the performance of Scottish rural property in 2003 and predict the outlook for 2004.
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