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Getting Scotland Moving – the inside track on Inverness' property market

Susan Breen is the Property Manager at Harper Macleod's Estate Agency in Inverness. Susan has more than 30 years' experience of guiding people through the whole process of selling their homes. Here, she looks at what has been going on in the Inverness and Highlands marketplace since moving home became possible again.


Activity and trends

The Highland property market has been extremely busy due to a combination of the pent-up demand that was created by lockdown and people looking for a lifestyle change. There is a wide range of properties coming to the market and they tend to be going under offer quickly.  Many properties are going to a closing date for offers and achieving over valuation.

Dealing with Covid

Measures have been put in place to minimise all risks to purchasers and sellers during this crisis and viewings are limited to two viewers from one household. 

Who's buying?

There is a lot of interest in the Highlands from down south. With the trend in working from home people no longer need to be in the city facing long and tiresome commutes to work. They can work from any location and we are fortunate in the Highlands to have Inverness Airport where you can catch an early morning flight to London and the late flight back home if need be.

Top tips for selling

If you're thinking about selling your home you should start to declutter and keep things neat and tidy.  First impressions are important and a well-maintained garden is always pleasing on the eye.

Ready to make a move?

We're here to help get you moving, Visit our Estate Agency website to view our property listings and to see full details of our fixed fee packages to sell your home.

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