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* emoov charges a fixed fee of £895 (inclusive of VAT), instead of a % of your sale price. According to HomeOwners’ Alliance website, high street estate agents usually charge between 1-2.5% for a sole agency and 2.5-3% for a joint agency (plus VAT in both cases) of your sale price. Our savings calculations are based on our £895 (inclusive of VAT) flat fee. Our 2018 figure is based on an estimated traditional estate agent charge of 1.5% plus VAT based on sales values facilitated by emoov in comparison with our flat fee of £895 inclusive of VAT. Please note that these numbers predate our acquisition of emoov, but the price range differentials remain as stated.
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Selling your home in Aberdeen

Emoov’s Property Hotspots Index monitors the change in supply and demand for the most populated locations across the UK, by monitoring the total number of properties sold in comparison to those on sale.

Aberdeen is a major city in Scotland and the 37th most populated, built up area in the UK. It is located to the north east of Scotland and offers a mix of long sandy coast lines and a city centre lifestyle. Aberdeen is located between the mouths of the River Dee and River Don and the city’s location on the north east coast, means its nearest neighbours to the east are Norway and Denmark.

Aberdeen’s Economy

Historically Aberdeen was a hub for the fishing, textile, shipbuilding and paper making trades, which made it a leading city in Scotland and a popular destination for many folk. Although these industries have now been largely extinct, they have been replaced with modern practices such as electronic design and development. Aberdeen has also benefitted from an economic boom due to the research industry in agriculture, fishing and more importantly the oil industry.

These thriving industries have created a wealth of job opportunities and attract buyers from all over the UK and further. This economic uplift has gone some way in increasing demand for property in Aberdeen, although it is not as desirable as other major UK cities.

Culture in Aberdeen

Due to Aberdeen’s rich history there is a wealth of cultural offerings in the city. Aberdeen’s architecture is known for its abundant use of grey granite, resulting in the nickname the Granite City. The result is the city’s landscape needs far less maintenance and looks far more modern than it is.

The most notable of these buildings are found in Aberdeen’s main streets. Look out for Union Street, home to the Town and County Bank, the Music Hall and the Trinity Hall – which dates back to the late 1300’s. When the Mirischal College was extended in 1906, it was the second largest granite building in the world.

Look out for one of Aberdeen’s famous public statues, these include William Wallace, Robert Burns and Robert the Bruce. Aberdeen is also home to a number of famous theatrical venues from His Majesty’s Theatre, The Tivoli, Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen’s Arts Centre, the Music Hall and the Palace Theatre to name but a few. Although some of these have since been destroyed or converted, the city still offers a rich cultural offering attracting visitors from all over.

To add to this, Aberdeen is also renowned for its wealth of green and pleasant spaces. The city boasts 45 gardens and parks and also invests a great deal into floral displays, placing millions of flowers the length and breadth of the city every year. If you get the chance check out Johnston Gardens, although it is one of the smaller parks in Aberdeen it is also one of the more beautiful.

Buying a property in Aberdeen

If you’re looking to buy in Aberdeen try Stone Haven. Located on the outskirts of the city centre it offers an ideal mix of an easy commute to the city centre, with the option of a less hectic life during the weekend.

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