September 16, 2015
In By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC
The successor to the current Help to Buy scheme from the Scottish Government has been announced, with the government to spend £195m over the next three years in a new shared equity scheme to help around 6,500 home buyers buy a new-build home. There are terms and conditions attaching such that not all first time purchasers will qualify. Equally only registered builders will come within the scheme and affordable housing is the target for the funding.Read article
September 09, 2015
There has been major housing development in recent years in the North East of Scotland, in order to meet the rising housing demand across the region. The most comprehensive in recent years has been the Chapelton Development by Elsick Development Company (EDC), which, when complete, will provide 4,045 houses according to the initial masterplan – it is expected that the site, just to the South of Aberdeen, will comprise 8,000 houses once completed.
September 02, 2015
In North East News By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC
If you live in or near Aberdeen, you’ve probably used the Haudagain Roundabout – and possibly hated the experience.
August 26, 2015
In Property news By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC
Interest rates and, consequently mortgage rates have been at very low levels for a while now – and the thought that rates may rise has led to some concern for house buyers and owners alike.