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Scottish homeowners are not aware of the full extent of the Scottish Government’s expectations when it comes to the proposed net-zero targets for owner-occupied properties, new research suggests. The independent market research by Scottish property portal ESPC, covering its core territories of

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The property market across Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife, and the Borders has shown encouraging signs, marked by increased confidence among homeowners and a surge in property sales volumes, according to the latest ESPC House Price Report.

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The average selling price of property in Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and the Borders dropped 6.6 per cent year-on-year to £273,348, according to new figures from ESPC. The average percent of Home Report valuation attained was 4.2 percentage points lower than last year, recorded at 102.6 per

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The Scottish Government’s plans for new Environmental Performance Certificates (EPCs), whilst well intentioned, may in some types of property be impossible to achieve, property marketing company ESPC has warned. In the current system of EPCs, the most prominent metric is the Energy Efficiency

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An upmarket residential property specialist is celebrating after securing a triple whammy of industry accolades. Simpson & Marwick has been named the top-performing firm in the ESPC’s annual, Independent Mystery Shopper of the year award.

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The Scottish property market continued its upward trend during May, June, and July 2021, as buyers flocked to secure homes across Edinburgh, Lothians, Fife, and the Borders, ESPC reports. The average selling price rose to £275,623 – up 7.6 per cent on the same period in 2020.

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