How to get your foot on the property ladder - our top 5 tips

With house prices set to rise over the next few years, buying your own home might seem more daunting than ever. The average personal debt in Britain adds up to...

And you think Edinburgh is expensive

“Last week I was fortunate enough to be in a very hot Paris - and in between frequent café stops and the odd wander along the Seine I had some...

Premier Property Magazine

The second edition of the ESPC's Premier Property magazine is now available. This interactive magazine features high-end properties that have recently been registered with ESPC, many of which are being...

Ahead of the curve - Ravelston Terrace

"This striking modern apartment looks as good inside as out", says Kirsty McLuckie of The Scotsman.

Gorgeous in Georgian - 8 Alva street

8 Alva Street was a featured property in the ESPC newspaper on the 13th June 2013.

Presentation is Paramount! - KM Article

An article by Katie Macdonald highlighting the importance of presenting your home well when marketing its sale.

Projected Rewards - Pardovan House

A Linlithgow property was a project just waiting to happen

Convenient Country Living - Pardovan House

Escape urban life for a country idyll...but still make your nine o'clock meeting in the city.

Bankers bonuses go a long way in Edinburgh

Article concerning housing prices in the financial districts of London compared to those of Edinburgh.

The Benefits of Country Living - Melrose House West Linton

A spectacular example of a stylishly designed detached house in the charming village of West Linton sitting on a large plot in a quiet cul de sac. The house was...
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