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Fast House Sale Aberdeen, Quick House Sale Aberdeen, Property Buyers AberdeenWe specialise in quick sales of properties throughout Aberdeen and the North East of Scotland.

Need a Fast House Sale? We are expert property buyers based in Aberdeen who will purchase your property quickly in a time scale to suit you. If you are looking for a fast property sale you have come to the right place.

You need to know that you’re in good hands by competent, caring professionals dedicated to helping you achieve the best outcome in a difficult situation. We are passionate about giving you the best service we can, to explore creative options which will give you the best solutions to any problems you may be facing.

Our clients receive the following benefits:

  • Guaranteed offer, no hidden costs, no small print
  • Stop Repossession and Clear Arrears
  • Resolve Financial Difficulties  to clear all your debts
  • Absolute discretion and privacy at all times
  • No costly estate agent, legal or home report
  • A specialist dedicated to you, takes care of you throughout the process

We know this is a time of stress and uncertainty for you and your family. Our solutions provide you with the confidence, assurance and certainty that puts you back in control of your life.

Take the next step now… contact us in the strictest confidence.

Latest News & Resources

Oil-price drop starts to bite in Aberdeen housing market

Aberdeen is facing a housing crisis as diving oil prices threaten to drag down the value of the city’s homes, many of which were bought with huge levels of debt in the belief that the hydrocarbon boom would continue unabated, according to an alarming new report.

The North Sea industry headquartered in the city has boomed in recent years as oil hovered around $100 a barrel. This contributed to a doubling of house prices there over the past decade, and buyers have been forced to stretch themselves further and further to get onto the property ladder.

But oil prices have dropped by 60 per cent to below $50 since July and are expected to remain around that level for some time, meaning the house-price boom is in danger of going into reverse.

“The oil-price crash could drag down the housing market in Aberdeen and a considerable number of people could suddenly find themselves in negative equity,” said Jeremy Willmont of the report’s author, accountancy firm Moore Stephens. “If the oil price is this low when interest rates eventually start to rise the outlook for the Aberdeen property market could get considerably worse.”

He added: “The oil-price fall has already had a negative impact on the employment prospects for some of those working in the oil industry. Second-line consequences for the housing market may now start to emerge.”

While disposable incomes in Aberdeen have risen faster than elsewhere in the UK over the past five years, thousands of jobs are expected to be lost in the area as North Sea fields become unprofitable to run at the reduced oil price. Companies such as BP have already announced hundreds of job losses, while many contractors in the industry have been forced to take a 15 per cent cut in their rates.

The possibility of repossession is high in Aberdeen because the city is so tied to the fortunes of a single, now struggling, industry. Furthermore, its homebuyers have taken on higher levels of debt than in any other Scottish city in the past decade.

The number of local people with mortgages that are characterised as “risky” by the Bank of England has risen by 42 per cent in the past four years, giving a total of 2,128 over the period. The figure compares badly with increases elsewhere, with a 10 per cent rise in Edinburgh and 2 per cent across Scotland according to data from Registers of Scotland.

A mortgage is said to be “risky” when homeowners borrow 4.5 times their salary and those that have been taken out recently are endangered by the threat of redundancy, falling house prices and rising interest rates.

Aberdeen’s housing market is also awash with highly leveraged mortgages where borrowing has not reached, but is close to, 4.5 times the borrower’s salary, as well as “risky” loans taken out before 2010, Moore Stephens contends.

The current situation is in contrast to last spring’s price surge, which contributed to a 9.8 per cent house-price increase in the first nine months of 2014. However, Aberdeen property prices suddenly slumped by 1.5 per cent in the final three months of the year, leaving the average price of a home in the Granite City at around £225,000.

Source: Independent Newspaper, Feb 2015.

Sell Your House Fast – even in a Recession

5 Simple Things you can do to Sell Your House Fast

Its not impossible to sell your house in a recession.  Even in lower-demand areas such as Aberdeen there is potential for anyone looking to sell their house quickly to actually make it happen.  All you need to do is follow the following 5 easy things.

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How Property Buyers in Aberdeen are Helping to Turn the Economy Around

You may think that there’s no hope right now for the failing economy or, more importantly, your own dwindling confidence in the financial system and indeed the security of your own job.  You may be under more financial pressure than you’ve ever experienced before and you may indeed be facing repossession or other financial difficulties.  Being that this is the case, it may well reassure you to know that you’re not alone – in fact up to 30% of the UK population are in similar situations with the numbers set to increase over the coming months and the early part of 2010.

“Whilst 30% of the population could experience negative equity and increased financial pressures this year, there are ways to turn things around”

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