Whether you're new to Scotland or have lived here all your life, we know that you may not be familiar with all of the locations we have to offer. We've prepared this series of guides, aimed at revealing hidden gems and helping you to find the perfect location. And if you need assistance in finding a place to buy or rent in any of these locations, we're only a phone call or email away.
Relocating may be a daunting prospect, especially if you don't know the area. We speak to lots of people from both within and outside of Scotland and it's obvious that although people long to enjoy the great Scottish history and scenery, many are unfamiliar with the different areas and what they have to offer.
To help you find out more, we’ve put together this handy series of guides covering Moray, Aberdeenshire, The Highlands and key towns within. If you’re thinking about moving into the area then why not give us a call - with plenty of local knowledge we’re sure we can help!
There are plenty of beautiful towns and villages in Moray, each with their own charms and attractions. Learn about the area by reading our Moray location guide.
Area guides: Buckie | Elgin | Forres | Hopeman and Burghead | Lossiemouth | Dufftown
The Highlands is a fantastic place to visit and an even better place to live. Home to a wild variety of wildlife, castles and even ski resorts, there's always something new to see and do in this picturesque part of Scotland. Why spend your weekends indoors, when every Saturday marks the beginning of a new adventure? Read more about The Highlands.
Looking for somewhere to live in The Highlands? Read our guide to Nairn or Inverness.
There are plenty of beautiful towns and villages in Aberdeenshire, each with their own charms and attractions. If you'd like to find out more about living in Aberdeenshire then take a look at our area guide.
Looking for the perfect Highland setting? Why not try Banff.
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