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New Year - New Home? New City?

Posted on Wednesday 19th of December 2012

After the hectic Christmas period has passed us by, the New Year will be upon us and many will be thinking about making a change. Even though times are still tough, for many people this will mean looking for a new place to live, whether it's a new flat, house or even a new city. So we thought we'd take a look at what Scotland has to offer: Edinburgh Scotland's capital is still one of the most desirable places to live for many people, despite the current economic situation. A fantastic...Read More

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The Mission

Posted on Tuesday 17th of March 2015

Welcome to my first blog post. I had planned to write this at the beginning of the year and already it's March – time flies when you're having fun! It's been nearly two years since I started at SafeDeposits Scotland, and for the majority of that time I have been very office focused, but for very good reasons. Finding and moving into our new Glasgow offices, bringing our call centre back in-house, growing the team, paying off our start up loan, treasury...Read More

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Deposits in Scotland magazine

Posted on Friday 3rd of February 2017

We're delighted to announce our new magazine, Deposits in Scotland, which we have created to highlight the issues and developments affecting the private rented sector. The magazine includes: An update on recent sanctions for non-compliance, including the landmark case which saw the first letting agency convicted; We have also crunched our figures to give you an insight into the latest repayment and dispute trends; Expect advice from respected agents Adrian Sangster of...Read More

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Citylets market update

Posted on Tuesday 7th of February 2017

2016 was rather less than dull in the geo-political sphere. Brexit in June. Trump elected US President in November. Yet despite all the turmoil, the Scottish PRS has in general followed a very set path throughout. The national rate of growth of the Scottish PRS has remained around 2% at each quarter throughout 2016. This has been determined by set trajectories within the country's main residential letting markets. Indeed, the latest Scottish Household Survey (2015) also confirms...Read More