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Home to the biggest annual international arts festival in the world, Edinburgh is popular not only for tourists – it is the second most popular tourist destination in the United Kingdom – but it also appeals to home buyers, with 60% of reallymoving.com’s Edinburgh movers staying in the area.
With four Universities and a large financial sector, Edinburgh has a high proportion of 16-29 year olds, with the age group making up 24% of Edinburgh’s total population in 2012. If you are a first time buyer looking to purchase a home in the new apartment buildings along Edinburgh Waterfront, the conveyancers on our panel have experience in the conveyancing process for newly built properties and they will make you aware of your rights and entitlements.
Our reputable conveyancing solicitors can also provide you with expert assistance if you are buying a flat in Old Town or a terrace house in New Town, two of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Sites.
Whether you enjoy looking around the five National Galleries of Art, visiting Edinburgh castle or watching one of the oldest derby football matches in the world, when you find your conveyancing solicitor through reallymoving.com, you are sure of a prompt, efficient service for your house sale or purchase in Scotland’s capital.
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