Evening News turns to the ELPG for property analysis
Wednesday, March 18th, 2009
on behalf of ELPG
ELPG member Leslie Deans has provided expert comments for the Edinburgh Evening News, which have been featured in an analysis article about the state of the Capital’;s property market.
The property expert, who is senior partner at Leslie Deans & Co, explained that recent statistics showing that 81% of properties in Edinburgh were selling for below their fixed price were a result of sellers being realistic about how much they value their homes.
Leslie also told the newspaper that he believed the property market in Edinburgh was starting to take a turn for the better, as many estate agents were reporting an increase in the number of property viewings being arranged for would-be buyers.
Leslie Deans & Co is one of five property solicitors in the ELPG – along with Warners, Neilsons, Drummond Miller and the Lints Partnership – which accounts more more than 25% of all property sales in the ESPC.