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Two promotions to director and one to associate at DM Hall for three East of Scotland residential surveyors

DM Hall, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of chartered surveyors, has promoted Eric Andrew and Nick Hancock, two Edinburgh-based residential surveyors, currently associates in the firm, to director. Jonathan Hunter, a residential surveyor in DM Hall’s Musselburgh office has been promoted to Associate.

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DM Hall rural surveyors to compete in the RSABI Great Glen Challenge 2018


Rural Partner Donald Yellowley and graduate surveyor Duncan Clow are teaming up with NFUM Stirling to take part in next week's RSABI Great Glen Challenge 2018.

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DM Hall goes for gender balance in recruiting nine new graduate surveyors

DM Hall has recruited nine new graduate surveyors for nine of its offices throughout Scotland. The group, five women and four men, will focus mainly on residential property surveying with one dedicated to the commercial property sector.

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It's the place to be. Quality of life is the key to dramatic house price rises in Inverness


The news that house prices in Inverness have risen further that in any other part of Scotland over the past 20 years is gratifying, but hardly surprising. The city is, simply, a really lovely place to live.

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New thinking will be required to buck the hard facts about Scotland's housing market


Recent media commentary from usually well-informed sources have raised the so far unresolved but familiar concerns about the supply of affordable property in Scotland, especially in our major cities, for first time buyers.

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