As readers of previous blogs will know, I am currently on the Board of the Tayside Solicitors’ Property Centre. One of the projects that TSPC has been working on recently is the creation of a Scottish wide property website. Various Solicitors’ Property Centres throughout Scotland have joined forces to launch a new national property website – www.spcscotland.co.uk went live on St Andrews Day. SPCs operate throughout the whole of Scotland and advertise a high percentage of properties within their respective areas. Most of the Scottish centres have collaborated to set up this new national site which brings together all of the properties they are marketing in one place. The expectation is that this site will advertise approximately 14,000 properties.
This is a great development and is another weapon in Solicitors armoury when it comes to selling Scottish properties. As readers of previous blogs will know my firm is an active member of the TSPC and also has access to the Right Move Property Portal as part of our Scottish wide strategy. The new Solicitors Scottish Property Centre website will strengthen our proposition. It is important that when choosing an agent to sell a property people should look carefully at personality and what the agent offers you in terms of their website, their knowledge of the market place, their property schedules, their For Sale board and their overall marketing strategy for selling your property. Should anybody require a free market appraisal then please do not hesitate to contact me and I will arrange for one of my Estate Agents to contact you.Lindsay Darroch Partner and Head of Property
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