The property investment market in Edinburgh is changing rapidly and two companies with an in-depth knowledge of the sector in the city – and an aligned business ethos – have joined forces to react positively.
Two Edinburgh property investment companies join forces in the city
New legislation covering holiday lets means that the market in short-term buy-to-lets could be hit hard, and the ability to pivot the focus of owners’ portfolios in a nimble fashion will be key to future investment success.
In response, bespoke estate agency Revere has partnered with letting experts ALTIDO, part of the wider DoveVivo Group, to offer a pioneering end-to-end service to investors, landlords, buyers and sellers.
Property investment firms’ alliance is good news for investors, landlords buyers and sellers in Edinburgh
Craig Barrie of Revere explains: “Revere is an Edinburgh-focused estate agency founded two and a half years ago. We offer a personal service to our clients, whether that is selling or sourcing properties.
“We only list a certain number of properties at any one time to ensure the best possible service for our clients and prospective buyers, our main source of new business is from word-of-mouth referrals, which is exactly what we wanted when we set up the company.
“But, to respond to the changing needs of clients, we have partnered with ALTIDO, who have a strong presence in both long and short-term rentals in the city.”
Emma Poulton Parley, Scotland regional manager for ALTIDO, adds: “We started our business in very much the same way as Revere, wanting to offer a professional, but very personalised service in Edinburgh.”
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ALTIDO was founded in the city ten years ago and, with acquisitions along the way, has