Rettie & Co

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Estate agency firm Rettie & Co has appointed Neil Cunningham, formerly of Knight Frank and Foxtons, as the commercial director for the growing business. This senior level appointment to the executive team has been made to support Rettie & Co with its ambitious growth plans. Mr Cunningha

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Estate agency firm Rettie & Co., which has 14 branches covering Scotland, the North of England and London, has now launched a new financial services business. Rettie Financial Services will extend the Rettie & Co. service offering in buying, selling, letting and developing property to includ

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2021 saw a surge in the number of multi-million-pound homes sold in Scotland, with 419 homes sales registered. According to Rettie & Co, this was an increase of almost 50% on 2020, which itself was the highest recorded level since the 2007 market boom.

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House hunters in East Lothian are prioritising green areas and more space over traditional city centre dwellings as people continue to work from home, according to the latest market review by property experts, Rettie & Co. According to Rettie & Co’s. Scottish Housing Market Summer Revi

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Architecture practice 7N has been granted detailed planning consent for Plot P2 of its Western Harbour masterplan on behalf of Forth Ports. Designed in collaboration with Rankin Fraser Landscape Architects, the proposals will deliver 205 homes focussed around a communal courtyard garden that in

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Rettie & Co has hired Fergus Thomson MRICS as an associate director to head up Rettie Borders LLP in Melrose and Rettie Berwick LLP, covering also broader Borders areas. Mr Thomson, who joins from Davidson and Robertson, brings a wealth of experience as a chartered surveyor.

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The number of operating and pipeline build to rent (BTR) homes in Scotland has increased by 24% to reach nearly 9,000, according to Rettie & Co. The latest BTR Briefing for Scotland has revealed that Glasgow continues to lead the way, with around 4,500 BTR homes, followed by Edinb

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Analysis by Rettie & Co has highlighted the resilience of Scotland's housing market despite significant and ongoing economic and political uncertainty. The report has signalled that average prices and transactions have continued to grow, although only marginally and at reduced levels of growth c

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Sandy Gilmour MRICS is to join Rettie & Co. as an associate director in the land & development team. Bringing over twenty years’ experience in the Scottish market, Mr Gilmour will join the firm from Graham & Sibbald after most recently heading up its national in

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