A new Scottish PR success as Warners' latest property analysis is featured in The Scotsman.
Edinburgh’s top property solicitor has once again scooped a high profile piece of coverage in Scotland’s national newspaper.
The Scotsman featured a story from Warners which argued that the country’s property market would never again see a scenario whee buyers have to pay 25% premiums to buy a home.
The property firm, which sells and lists more homes than any other company in the ESPC, said that Home Report valuations have created a new sense of realism in the market. Estate agency partner Scott Brown said that this meant premiums paid on properties would continue to be modest – even if “offers over” prices made a comeback in future years.