Partners

Best known Partners

We only use the best-known surveyors when conducting our property purchases.

Graham and Sibbald operates a network of offices across Scotland, providing property valuations you can trust.
http://www.g-s.co.uk/

DM Hall boasts an “unrivalled” range of property services, using more than 120 fully-qualified surveyors.
http://www.dmhall.co.uk/

Shepherd Chartered Surveyor has been in business for 125 years, with roots in Scotland going back to 1760.  It now has 30 offices north of the border.
http://www.shepherd.co.uk/

Murray and Muir Chartered Surveyors was formed in the 19th Century and provides reliable valuation services for homes big and small.
http://www.murrayandmuir.co.uk/

Allied Surveyors Scotland boast a wide network of Scottish offices, from the Highlands and Islands to the Borders.  It means that local surveyors know their area “inside out.”
http://www.alliedscotland.com

First Surveyors Scotland is an association of 10 leading practices, consisting CKD Galbraith, Whyte & Barrie, Gabriel & White, Stephen J Omand, Hardies, David Adamson & Partners,
Dixon Heaney Kean Kennedy, Torrance Partnership and Samuel & Partners
http://www.first-surveyors-scotland.co.uk/

Michael Thomson is located in Britain’s most northerly point, the Shetland Islands.  The company has a unique insight into the local property market.
Tel 01595 695 555

The north of Scotland, including the Orkney Islands, is familiar territory for the progressive company, Pentarq.  The company’s heritage stretches back to 1895 and it operates from two centres, in Caithness and Kirkwall.
http://www.pentarq.co.uk

R & W Hall have more than a century of experience in providing reliable valuations to residential customers.  Offices in Glasgow and Paisley give the company a wide breadth of coverage across the west of Scotland.
http://www.rwhall.co.uk

One of the best-known names in Scotland is Speirs Gumley.  The company prides itself on having a forward-thinking attitude while remaining true to the long-established traditions of property valuation.
http://www.speirsgumley.com

The Torrance Partnership is represented in many of the more remote communities of Scotland.  Offices stretch from Stornoway in the western isles to Elgin on the Moray Coast.
http://www.torrance-partnership.co.uk

The central belt of Scotland is well covered by Walker Fraser and Steele, who have offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Falkirk and Paisley.  The firm prides itself on its reputation for “integrity and service.”
http://www.walkerfrasersteele.co.uk

 

 

 

 

Property changing hands