Final quarter ends with a blast for Scottish solicitors and estate agents
Property PR experts share Warners astounding media success at the end of their final quarter.
Edinburgh legal expert Warners has been celebrating after receiving glowing pieces of coverage in the national press.
The latest report by the Registers of Scotland, which showed the house prices has risen over the past three months. Warners estate agency partner Jason Scott said that he felt prices would fluctuate for the rest of the year, but would start to rise properly in 2011, as the shortage of new homes starts to push up demand for properties in Scotland.
The firm was also featured in the pages of the national newspaper after its estate agency partner Scott Brown gave expert commentary on the state of Edinburgh’s property market.
Scott told the newspaper that the Capital was unlikely to see any discernable recovery in terms of house prices and sales in the coming months, as the market was currently flat. However, he added that it was still possible for buyers and sellers to to achieve a sale if they were realistic in their expectations.
Here is some of the coverage that our successful property PR campaign generated for Warners:
- 10 items of valuable coverage across print and digital
- Trade coverage in Scottish Construction Now!
- Widely-read coverage in regional publications, Edinburgh Evening News and The Yorkshire Post
- National coverage in Scottish Daily Mail and The Scotsman
Estate agency partner Scott Brown explained that the property market was likely to remain flat for the rest of 2010 due to tight lending restrictions and a surplus of properties on the market. However, he added that buyers and sellers who were realistic about the amount of money they expected to purchase or sell their property for would still be able to move home.
The media coverage generated was the result of a successful PR campaign by Holyrood PR.
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