Top Five Property Turn-offs

August 08, 2017

In Buying a house, Selling a house By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

When it comes to viewing a property, there are many key areas that potential buyers will be looking at, depending on their needs. However, no matter what the requirements of the viewer, they will all be looking for a clean, tidy property that makes them feel at home.

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Five things to do in and around Alford

August 08, 2017

In By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

A peaceful and idyllic countryside town in rural Aberdeenshire, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Alford is located south of the River Don, boasting impressive countryside walks, two museums, a historic battlefield, a golf course and a fantastic caravan and camping site. With a small population of 2,290, the tranquil setting is only a 40-minute drive from the centre of Aberdeen.

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Five Common Seller Errors

August 08, 2017

In Selling a house By John MacRae, chairman of ASPC

For most of us, selling a property is a huge step and can be an important factor in moving into the next stage of your life, therefore it can be frustrating when the process takes a little longer than you had hoped for. To help you boost your chances on the market we’ve looked at five common seller mistakes which can easily be avoided once you know to look out for them!

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Three Properties for Sale Under £300,000

August 03, 2017

In Selling a house By Joe Harland

Sometimes when have set a budget for your home-to-be, setting your expectations to the right level can be just as taxing a task.

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View from Coilacriech – Why it’s Willie Meston’s favourite view

August 03, 2017

In Discover By John MacRae, chairman of ASPC

This year, our ASPC calendar consists of a unique collection of images which represent particular significance for people of Aberdeen. This month, we’ll look at the reason why that month’s view is so special and highlight the stunning image by photographer Ray Smith.

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