Scotsman coverage brings new success for Braemore
Friday, May 8th, 2009
on behalf of Braemore Property Management
Scotland’s national broadsheet newspaper published a story about new renting statistics unveiled by the firm, which showed that rents were starting to drop across the Capital.
Braemore Property Management, which has 850 properties on its books worth more than £250 million, highlighted how new build properties across the city were the most affected – with some properties being re-let for up to £200 less than previously. The company added that the trend had been prompted by a surplus of properties being put up for rent by “reluctant landlords” – people who had turned to the rental amrket after failing to sell their homes.
You can read the full story by clicking HERE or by following this link: http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/latestnews/Rents-fall-as-owners-fail.5242779.jp.
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