Robert Bell is the Property Director at Harper Macleod's Estate Agency in Shetland. With decades of experience and having helped thousands of people to sell and find their homes, few people know the Shetland property world like he does and he has helped many homebuyers and sellers navigate a year of lockdown. Here, he takes time out from his busy schedule to share his insights into what's going on in the local marketplace as Scotland prepares to emerge from pandemic restrictions.
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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 as the country prepares for the lifting of pandemic restrictions.
Karen Logan is the Property Manager at Harper Macleod's Estate Agency in Elgin. With more than 20 years' experience she and her team provide a comprehensive service to those looking to sell their property. Here, Karen looks at the current market across Moray as Scotland prepares for the easing of pandemic restrictions.
For International Women's Day we asked all of our inspiring HM ladies to share what advice would you give to your younger self? their daughter, sister or friend? And what's the best advice you've ever received? The result is sound advice and valuable life lessons for any age.
There is something about the turn of a year that makes me more reflective than usual. Those of you kind enough to read these articles might find that hard to imagine. A bit like the end of a race or a long and arduous journey, you begin to realise that it was never about the destination, it was in fact all about the journey itself.