Braemore’s analysis of the buy-to-let market secures coverage in The Scotsman
Monday, February 23rd, 2009
on behalf of Braemore Property Management
Edinburgh’s leading letting agent Braemore Property Management has once again been featured in the personal finance pages of Scotland’s national newspaper The Scotsman.
Braemore director Colette Murphy was quoted in the paper after giving expert quotes about the country’s buy-to-let market – which recent figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders suggested was starting to dwindle.
Braemore Property Management, which manages around 850 properties in Edinburgh worth more than £250 million, believes that the buy-to-let market will not pick up until rent prices start to rise, as investors are not viewing property as a profitable exercise in the current economic climate.
You can read the full article here or by following the link: http://business.scotsman.com/personal-finance/Buytolet-loans-plummet-as-low.5003185.jp
Friday, October 23rd, 2020
Comments Off on Thai restaurant sees massive spike in followers, thanks to digital PR and social media experts
Tuesday, October 20th, 2020
Comments Off on Care home lifts residents’ spirits by hosting Oktoberfest celebration