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Featured Property: 18/5 Timber Bush


By Jayne McAllister on 8th Mar 2018

New to the market, this lovely little flat is perfect for any buyer or as an investment property.

Featured Property: 18/5 Timber Bush


By Jayne McAllister on 8th Mar 2018

New to the market, this lovely little flat is perfect for any buyer or as an investment property.

First Time Sellers - Second Time Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 8th Mar 2018

David Lauder, a mortgage adviser at the ESPC in Edinburgh, gives some useful advice for those people thinking of selling and buying in Edinburgh.

First Time Sellers - Second Time Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 8th Mar 2018

David Lauder, a mortgage adviser at the ESPC in Edinburgh, gives some useful advice for those people thinking of selling and buying in Edinburgh.

Foreign Ownership of UK Residential Property


By Cameron Stephen on 7th Mar 2018

Cameron shares his thoughts on a recent BBC article about the foreign ownership of reidential properties in the UK.

Foreign Ownership of UK Residential Property


By Cameron Stephen on 7th Mar 2018

Cameron shares his thoughts on a recent BBC article about the foreign ownership of reidential properties in the UK.

Lack of Housing for First Time Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 6th Mar 2018

Theresa May has talked about the lack of housing available for First Time Buyers - something we are all too familiar with in Edinburgh.

Lack of Housing for First Time Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 6th Mar 2018

Theresa May has talked about the lack of housing available for First Time Buyers - something we are all too familiar with in Edinburgh.

Canonmills


By Amy Lorimer on 5th Mar 2018

A guide to Canonmills, including history, property and amenities.

Canonmills


By Amy Lorimer on 5th Mar 2018

A guide to Canonmills, including history, property and amenities.

Plogging in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 1st Mar 2018

Plogging has made it's way to Edinburgh but what is it and how can you get involved?

Plogging in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 1st Mar 2018

Plogging has made it's way to Edinburgh but what is it and how can you get involved?

Dulux Colour of the Year 2018


By Amy Lorimer on 27th Feb 2018

The colour of the year for 2018 from Dulux has now been announced. What are your thoughts on the choice?

Dulux Colour of the Year 2018


By Amy Lorimer on 27th Feb 2018

The colour of the year for 2018 from Dulux has now been announced. What are your thoughts on the choice?

Featured Property: 88 Bingham Broadway


By Jayne McAllister on 27th Feb 2018

New to the market is this lovely and exceptionally spacious house.

Featured Property: 88 Bingham Broadway


By Jayne McAllister on 27th Feb 2018

New to the market is this lovely and exceptionally spacious house.

Featured Property: 7/7 Portland Gardens


By Jayne McAllister on 22nd Feb 2018

New to the market, this lovely little flat is perfect for a first time buyer or as an investment property.

Featured Property: 7/7 Portland Gardens


By Jayne McAllister on 22nd Feb 2018

New to the market, this lovely little flat is perfect for a first time buyer or as an investment property.

BoConcept


By Amy Lorimer on 20th Feb 2018

We are big fans of home interiors here at Cameron Stephen & Co. so upon discovering BoConcept, we were hooked. What are they all about?

BoConcept


By Amy Lorimer on 20th Feb 2018

We are big fans of home interiors here at Cameron Stephen & Co. so upon discovering BoConcept, we were hooked. What are they all about?

Flatpack Empire


By Cameron Stephen on 19th Feb 2018

The latest BBC series to have caught our attention is Flatpack Empire. Cameron shares his thoughts on one the episodes focus.

Flatpack Empire


By Cameron Stephen on 19th Feb 2018

The latest BBC series to have caught our attention is Flatpack Empire. Cameron shares his thoughts on one the episodes focus.

First Time Buyers as First Time Landlords


By Cameron Stephen on 13th Feb 2018

A recent article highlights a growing trend on First Time Buyers in Edinburgh choosing to become landlords as opposed to buying property to live in.

Love It or List It - An idea for Edinburgh?


By Cameron Stephen on 6th Feb 2018

We've been binge watching Love It or List It and wondering if the concept could work here in Edinburgh.

Love It or List It - An idea for Edinburgh?


By Cameron Stephen on 6th Feb 2018

We've been binge watching Love It or List It and wondering if the concept could work here in Edinburgh.

Council Tax in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 1st Feb 2018

Relocating to Edinburgh? Or purchasing your first property? Overwhelmed by the world of council tax? Our guide is here to help.

Council Tax in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 1st Feb 2018

Relocating to Edinburgh? Or purchasing your first property? Overwhelmed by the world of council tax? Our guide is here to help.

Plans for Airbnb Restrictions in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 23rd Jan 2018

Plans for restrictions in Edinburgh's Airbnb properties have been proposed and we take a look at what this might mean.

Plans for Airbnb Restrictions in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 23rd Jan 2018

Plans for restrictions in Edinburgh's Airbnb properties have been proposed and we take a look at what this might mean.

Leith History - Mulberry Harbours


By Amy Lorimer on 16th Jan 2018

Taking a look back at the history of Leith and it's involvment in World War Ⅱ.

Leith History - Mulberry Harbours


By Amy Lorimer on 16th Jan 2018

Taking a look back at the history of Leith and it's involvment in World War Ⅱ.

Luxury Retirement Village in Granton


By Amy Lorimer on 9th Jan 2018

As part of the regeneration of Granton, plans for a Luxury Retirement Village are now in place.

Luxury Retirement Village in Granton


By Amy Lorimer on 9th Jan 2018

As part of the regeneration of Granton, plans for a Luxury Retirement Village are now in place.

ESPC House Price Report November 2017


By Cameron Stephen on 27th Dec 2017

The latest report from the ESPC shows a slight slowdown in the market as we approached Christmas.

Changes to LBTT - The Scottish Budget


By Cameron Stephen on 22nd Dec 2017

The draft budget is out... What does this mean for LBTT?

Changes to LBTT - The Scottish Budget


By Cameron Stephen on 22nd Dec 2017

The draft budget is out... What does this mean for LBTT?

Cameron Stephen's Review of 2017


By Cameron Stephen on 21st Dec 2017

A good year for selling property in Edinburgh but a tough year from First Time Buyers

A Win for Edinburgh


By Jenna Lee on 15th Dec 2017

Edinburgh

Protect Your Home at Christmas


By Amy Lorimer on 13th Dec 2017

Before you settle down to enjoy this festive season, consider how best your can protect your home.

Buying Property with a Friend


By Cameron Stephen on 11th Dec 2017

Your guide to buying a property with a friend.

Buying Property with a Friend


By Cameron Stephen on 11th Dec 2017

Your guide to buying a property with a friend.

Costs vs. Fees - What's the Difference?


By Cameron Stephen on 4th Dec 2017

What’s the difference between costs and fees when selling your property in Edinburgh?

Closing Dates - A Guide for Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 30th Nov 2017

A guide to understanding closing dates for home buyers offering for properties for sale in Edinburgh.

Closing Dates - A Guide for Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 30th Nov 2017

A guide to understanding closing dates for home buyers offering for properties for sale in Edinburgh.

Duddingston


By Amy Lorimer on 28th Nov 2017

A guide to Duddingston, including history, property and amenities.

Build Over Railway Lines - Housing Solution?


By Amy Lorimer on 27th Nov 2017

A recent report has claimed that building over London's railway lines will help relieve the problem of lack of housing in London.

Christmas Foodies Festival 2017


By Jenna Lee on 23rd Nov 2017

The Foodis Festival returns to Edinburgh this week for their Christmas show. What can we expect?

Portobello Beach


By Amy Lorimer on 16th Nov 2017

Just because we're coming into winter doesn’t mean we can't enjoy Edinburgh's fantatic seaside of Portobello.

Edinburgh's Christmas 2017


By Amy Lorimer on 14th Nov 2017

The Edinburgh's Christmas event in our city centre begins this weekend. What can you expect?

Selling Your Home from the Outside


By Amy Lorimer on 9th Nov 2017

When it comes to property, first impressions are key. How can you ensure you create a good one before buyers even get through the door?

Selling Your Home from the Outside


By Amy Lorimer on 9th Nov 2017

When it comes to property, first impressions are key. How can you ensure you create a good one before buyers even get through the door?

Meadowbank Fireworks


By Amy Lorimer on 3rd Nov 2017

The last fireworks show at Meadowbank is scheduled for this weekend in celebration of Bonfire Night.

Meadowbank Fireworks


By Amy Lorimer on 3rd Nov 2017

The last fireworks show at Meadowbank is scheduled for this weekend in celebration of Bonfire Night.

Tips for Preparing Your Home for Winter


By Amy Lorimer on 31st Oct 2017

Our top tips for getting your home ready for the winter elements.

Edinburgh's Most Haunted


By Amy Lorimer on 26th Oct 2017

With Halloween approaching we've been looking at some of Edinburgh's most haunted sites.

5 Tips for Small Kitchens


By Amy Lorimer on 24th Oct 2017

Small kitchens are often a common theme, especially in properties available to First Time Buyers. But how do you go about maximising what you have?

How to Choose an Estate Agent in Edinburgh?


By Cameron Stephen on 18th Oct 2017

Tips from Cameron Stephen on how to choose an estate agent when you are selling your property in Edinburgh.

How to Choose an Estate Agent in Edinburgh?


By Cameron Stephen on 18th Oct 2017

Tips from Cameron Stephen on how to choose an estate agent when you are selling your property in Edinburgh.

Featured Property: 7/6 Timber Bush, Edinburgh


By Jayne McAllister on 15th Oct 2017

New to the market, this lovely little flat is perfect for a first time buyer or as an investment property.

Featured Property: 7/6 Timber Bush, Edinburgh


By Jayne McAllister on 15th Oct 2017

New to the market, this lovely little flat is perfect for a first time buyer or as an investment property.

Scotland Food and Drink Show 2017


By Jenna Lee on 13th Oct 2017

This weekend is the Scotland Food and Drink Show here in Edinburgh. Will we see you there?

ESPC House Price Report September 2017


By Cameron Stephen on 10th Oct 2017

The latest report from the ESPC confirms that property prices in Edinburgh are still on the rise.

ESPC House Price Report September 2017


By Cameron Stephen on 10th Oct 2017

The latest report from the ESPC confirms that property prices in Edinburgh are still on the rise.

ESPC House Price Report September 2017


By Cameron Stephen on 10th Oct 2017

The latest report from the ESPC confirms that property prices in Edinburgh are still on the rise.

Selling Your Investment Property in Edinburgh


By Cameron Stephen on 28th Sep 2017

Our handy guide for landlords wanting to sell their properties in Edinburgh.

South Queensferry


By Amy Lorimer on 26th Sep 2017

A guide to South Queensferry, including history, property and amenities.

South Queensferry


By Amy Lorimer on 26th Sep 2017

A guide to South Queensferry, including history, property and amenities.

Cameron Stephen Interviews Nick Hancock


By Cameron Stephen on 21st Sep 2017

Interview by Cameron Stephen with Nick Hancock, Chartered Surveyor - all about Home Reports and the Edinburgh Property Market in September 2017

Cameron Stephen Interviews Nick Hancock


By Cameron Stephen on 21st Sep 2017

Interview by Cameron Stephen with Nick Hancock, Chartered Surveyor - all about Home Reports and the Edinburgh Property Market in September 2017

Edinburgh's Open Doors


By Amy Lorimer on 19th Sep 2017

This weekend many of Edinburgh's otherwise closed buildings will open their doors to the public.

Edinburgh's Open Doors


By Amy Lorimer on 19th Sep 2017

This weekend many of Edinburgh's otherwise closed buildings will open their doors to the public.

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop


By Amy Lorimer on 14th Sep 2017

The Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop has just launched it's Autumn17/Spring18 Courses Programme but what exactly is it?

Granton


By Amy Lorimer on 12th Sep 2017

A guide to Granton, Edinburgh, including history, property and amenities.

Granton


By Amy Lorimer on 12th Sep 2017

A guide to Granton, Edinburgh, including history, property and amenities.

An Example to Follow


By Cameron Stephen on 11th Sep 2017

Have you noticed the lady in Leith who picks up the litter?

Pagan Osborne


By Cameron Stephen on 7th Sep 2017

Last week saw the Scottish law firm of Pagan Osborne go into administration and was then taken over by Thorntons.

Pagan Osborne


By Cameron Stephen on 7th Sep 2017

Last week saw the Scottish law firm of Pagan Osborne go into administration and was then taken over by Thorntons.

The Future of Edinburgh's Trams


By Amy Lorimer on 5th Sep 2017

We consider what the future may hold for Edinburgh's Trams.

The Future of Edinburgh's Trams


By Amy Lorimer on 5th Sep 2017

We consider what the future may hold for Edinburgh's Trams.

Zoopla's Insight Into First Time Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 4th Sep 2017

What does the recent Zoopla survey for first time buyers reveal?

Zoopla's Insight Into First Time Buyers


By Cameron Stephen on 4th Sep 2017

What does the recent Zoopla survey for first time buyers reveal?

What is the Bank of Mum and Dad?


By Cameron Stephen on 29th Aug 2017

The so-called Bank of Mum and Dad is now he ninth largest lender in the UK. But what is it?

What is the Bank of Mum and Dad?


By Cameron Stephen on 29th Aug 2017

The so-called Bank of Mum and Dad is now he ninth largest lender in the UK. But what is it?

What is the Bank of Mum and Dad?


By Cameron Stephen on 29th Aug 2017

The so-called Bank of Mum and Dad is now he ninth largest lender in the UK. But what is it?

End of Fringe Fireworks 2017


By Jenna Lee on 28th Aug 2017

Another summer is over in Edinburgh and it's time for the annual fireworks display.

Pros and Cons of Older Properties


By Amy Lorimer on 15th Aug 2017

Pros and Cons of Older Properties, such as Victorian and Georgian buildings often found in Edinburgh

First Time Buyer Mythbusters


By Cameron Stephen on 10th Aug 2017

Buying your first home can feel like a minefield. We've been looking to bust some of the myths that cause concern.

Getting to School in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 8th Aug 2017

Back to school and back to the daily school run. How do you do it?

Getting to School in Edinburgh


By Amy Lorimer on 8th Aug 2017

Back to school and back to the daily school run. How do you do it?

Edinburgh Foodies Festival


By Jenna Lee on 4th Aug 2017

The Foodies Festival is making it's annual trip to Edinburgh this weekend.

Newhaven


By Amy Lorimer on 3rd Aug 2017

A guide to Newhaven, Edinburgh, including history, property and amenities.

How do you decide what to see in The Fringe?


By Amy Lorimer on 1st Aug 2017

With literally thousands of shows, it can be overwhelming trying to decide what to see at The edinburgh Festival Fringe. Here's how we do it!

Lochend


By Amy Lorimer on 28th Jul 2017

A guide to Lochend, Edinburgh, including history, property and amenities.

Relocating to Edinburgh


By Jayne McAllister on 26th Jul 2017

Edinburgh is a city like no other in many ways, including it's property market. Here's our guide to getting your relocation right.

Moving Day with Children


By Amy Lorimer on 24th Jul 2017

Our top tips for moving house with kids.

The National Whisky Festival


By Jenna Lee on 21st Jul 2017

This weekend Edinburgh will host the National Whisky Festival.

The National Whisky Festival


By Jenna Lee on 21st Jul 2017

This weekend Edinburgh will host the National Whisky Festival.

Selling and Buying with Children


By Amy Lorimer on 18th Jul 2017

Our top tips for suriving the buying and selling process when you have a young family.

Reasons to consider a New Build Property


By Amy Lorimer on 11th Jul 2017

New Build properties are sometimes over-looked but they can be a great option for all property buyers, especially first time buyers.

Reasons to consider a New Build Property


By Amy Lorimer on 11th Jul 2017

New Build properties are sometimes over-looked but they can be a great option for all property buyers, especially first time buyers.