What to consider when looking for a rental property

March 28, 2017

In Renting By ASPC team

A quick internet search will bring up a plethora of guides on hunting for your perfect home, but if you’re not ready to make that commitment, financially or personally, renting might be your preferred option! Finding the perfect rental however is a different experience to hunting for your dream home, you might be a lot more flexible when it comes to renting – depending on how long you’re planning to be living there. We’ve put together our top tips for finding your perfect rental home

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Spring cleaning: five tips to give your property a new lease of life

March 16, 2017

In Homes and Gardens By ASPC team

With spring just around the corner, now is definitely the time to get your gloves on and your cleaning supplies out and get scrubbing!

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North Sea oil and gas industry mentioned in UK budget

March 09, 2017

In North East News By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

Chancellor Philip Hammond intimated in his budget, yesterday, that he will investigate the use of tax incentives to make it beneficial for operators to purchase oil and gas fields, from the main operators such as Shell, helping to keep these fields productive for longer

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What to do if Japanese Knotweed comes up on your home buying survey

March 07, 2017

In Buying a house, Homes and Gardens By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

You've found a home you love - but the Home Report says there is Japanese Knotweed. What does this mean - and is it a deal breaker? ASPC takes a look.

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The lake at Fyvie Castle - why it's Craig Pike's favourite view

March 02, 2017

In Discover By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

This year, our ASPC calendar consists of a unique collection of images which represent personal significance for people with a special connection to our wonderful North East. Every month, we’ll take a look at the reason why that month’s view is so special and highlight the beautiful photograph by photographer Ray Smith.

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