National Headlines for Citylets November Month of Success

by Holyrood PR

Monday, November 15th, 2010

Edinburgh lettings agency rent a successful month thanks to Edinburgh PR experts

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The country’s leading rental portal has celebrated a Scottish PR success after being featured in top national newspapers

Citylets was featured in the Press & Journal after revealing its latest quarterly rental statistics – which showed that private rental accommodation is continuing to be popular across Scotland.

The stats showed that Scotland was turning towards a European-style rental model, with many tenants choosing to take long-term leases. Senior analyst Dan Cookson said that cities such as Aberdeen, which has the highest rents in the country, were starting to resemble European capitals such as Paris and Berlin – as people choose to rent for the long-term instead of buying a home of their own.

The coverage can be viewed on the Press & Journal’s website.

Citylets marks successful Scottish PR with story in daily newspaper

The Daily Express reported on Citylets recent record-breaking web stats in its property section, after the portal recorded a ground-breaking month of traffic in August.

The impressive results coincided with Citylets official 10th anniversary, which marked the growth of the firm from a small one-man operation in 2000 into the UK’s most popular dedicated residential lettings website in 2010.

The country’s leading residential lettings website has celebrated a Scottish PR success after featuring in the Metro newspaper

Citylets received the coverage after unveiling its latest quarterly datarepport, which detailed the latest rental trends in Scotland.

The report showed that Scotland was witnessing a trend towards longer-term renting as many people were choosing to rent a property rather than buy their own home in the current economic climate. The trend is similar to the scenario currently seen in cities such as Paris, Berlin and New York, which currently experience long-term renting.

Citylets has received a huge Scottish PR boost after its latest rental stats were featured in the national press

The Scotsman used stats from the latest Citylets quarterly datareport as part of a wider analytical feature about the buy-to-let market in Scotland.

The information appeared in the Guide section of the paper’s Smart Money pages, which provides information about personal finance issues in Scotland. The coverage comes just weeks after the data report statistics were reported on by a range of national papers, including the Daily Express, the Press & Journal and the Scotsman.

The article can be viewed on the Scotsman website.

Citylets has celebrated a new Scottish PR success after being featured in a national newspaper

The Scotsman reported on the latest rental market analysis from Citylets in its property section, which explained how the country was starting to lean towards the European trend of long-term renting.

The results were revealed in the latest quarterly data report from Citylets – widely viewed as the most in-depth analytical tool in the Scottish lettings sector. The report showed that rents are continuing to remain strong across the country as many tenants choose to take up longer leases, similar to the scenario currently seen in cities such as Paris and Berlin.

Scotland’s leading lettings portal has celebrated another Scottish PR success after being featured in the Capital’s evening newspaper

The Evening News reported on the latest Citylets datareport, which revealed that more and more tenants in the Capital were choosing to take long-term leases.

The report, covering the third quarter of 2010, showed that rents remained steady in the city, while the time to let properties was reducing. Senior analyst Dan Cookson said that the stats suggested that Scotland was turning towards a European-style long-term renting trend, which is seen in cities such as Paris and Berlin.

The article can be viewed on the Evening News website.

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