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    Glasgow Property

Glasgow housebuying market has a significant amount of homes for sale at reasonable prices. The housebuying market appears to be in the home buyer’s favor currently. A Glasgow property may range from a Studio Suite to a Single Family Home. All types of homes are available for purchase. Many of the homes are nestled on beautiful green space with manicured lawns and gardens. This improves the home’s value, and the home buyer’s living experience. The properties are available in rural areas as well. Most of Glasgow apartment homes are located in the City of Glasgow. Many of the homes also possess Victorian-inspired architecture. However, the city is metropolitan with a modern European flair. Glasgow’s urban appeal beckons home buyers from all over the world.

There is an active nightlife and also museums, science centers and art centers. The Centre for Contemporary Art, the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Buchannan Street and the Clyde Arc are each points of interest that residents may enjoy. Residents enjoy the numerous restaurants in the area, as well as, tea houses, bars, boutiques, the Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the Glasgow harbor. Residents are also in close proximity to West Coast Scotland where the marina lies, as well as, other marine-related businesses. There are also many job opportunities in Glasgow. The financial district is home to companies such as Barclays Wealth, Morgan Stanley, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Scotland’s national media is also located in Glasgow.

BBC Scotland and STV, along with countless newspapers and radio stations are available in Scotland. Glasgow is known for its unique architecture. Sir Norman Foster’s Clyde Auditorium, Provand’s Lordship, Willow Tearoom, the Glasgow School of Art, Queen’s Cross Church and Scotland Street School Museum are all examples of exemplary Scotland architecture that inspire residential architecture and commercial buildings.

Most of the popular tenements of Glasgow feature high ceilings, large rooms and sandstone exteriors. Investors and estate agents enjoy the Glasgow community because of the plethora of investment opportunities available. On the outskirts of the community, investors will find plenty low rise buildings and single family homes in a variety of price ranges. In the city, investors will find  apartment homes.

For example, an individual shopping for a one or two bedroom flat may find a property with gas heating, rear garden, double paned glass windows, stainless steel appliances, separate dining room, sun porch and large living spaces for £140,000. This is a bargain for the area of Glasgow where this home is located. Because of Scotland’s unique legal system, home buyers must understand all of the laws associated with home buying. Home buyers should consult the Home Report system to view all of the housesales and trends in the housebuying market. This report was introduced by the Scottish Government in 2008 to assist buyers with purchasing a home. The Home Report contains an energy report, a single survey and a property questionnaire. This report is paid for by the seller.

Scotland will allow an Estate Agent and a Solicitor to sell homes, as well as, market them. A Solicitor can handle the legal aspects of the deal, as well as,marketing and housesales. The Estate Agent is only responsible for the marketing and selling aspect of the home. An Estate Agent may provide advice, but not from a legal perspective. Buyers in Scotland must be aware of the bidding system. Other parts of the world offer fixed prices, like in the United Kingdom. In Scotland, buyers may make offers and the price will be reached by whoever wins the bid or negotiation. Scotland has recently allowed buyers to bid on a home before their current property has sold. In the past, this was not an option. Individuals had to secure the funds for the home before actually making an offer on a new home.This system is more like the English system.

The old property should sell shortly before the new home is purchased. Scotland has a variety of mortgages available for buyers interested in purchasing a Glasgow property.

The types of mortgages available to home buyers are the following:

• Flexible Mortgages
• Fixed Rate Mortgages
• Standard Variable Rate Mortgages
• Capped Rate Mortgages
• Discounted Mortgages
• Buy-to-Let Mortgages
• Self-Certification Mortgages
• Mortgages offering 125% of the Property’s Value
• Adverse Credit Mortgages

Nearly every type of buyer will find a mortgage to meet their home buying needs. Even buyers with adverse credit and those who are seeking a rental property will have special loans that will accommodate the buyer’s needs. Consequently, housesales are fairly steady in Glasgow as investors seek to capitalize on the area. A Glasgow property will be a wise investment for those seeking to purchase for the first time or as a second home.

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