Free Property Advice
We know moving home can be stressful, especially at times like this, that’s why we are with you every step of the way .
Our local solicitor estate agents are here to guide you through every step of the process, with expert advice, virtual valuations, and online viewings. Plus, we have thousands of properties for sale, so you can find a home that’s perfect for you.
Having the most up to date information is really important during this time, so we’ve got answers to your most commonly asked COVID-19 related questions here. We also advise that if you are buying or selling a property you should speak to a solicitor. They’ll be able to offer the most accurate advice for each individual’s personal circumstances.
How ESPC agents can help
ESPC agents are expertly placed to help you navigate the property market. All agents who advertise with ESPC are solicitors as well as estate agents. This means that they are uniquely placed to assist you with in-depth knowledge of the full property buying and selling process, including the latest legal developments.
It also means that you need less points of contact with different companies throughout each step of your property buying or selling journey, helping streamline the process and limit contact with different people.
How to access our free advice for buyers and sellers during the COVID-19 pandemic
Simply call the numbers below:
- Call 0131 624 8000 for free property advice
- Call 0131 253 2920 for mortgage advice
- Call 0131 253 2847 for free letting advice.
*Please note our Property Information Centre is currently closed. All advice appointments will be held over the telephone*
The initial consultation with an ESPC Mortgages adviser is free and without obligation. Thereafter, ESPC Mortgages charges for mortgage advice are usually £350 (£295 for first-time buyers). YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR OTHER LOANS SECURED AGAINST IT.
ESPC (UK) Ltd is an Appointed Representative of Lyncombe Consultants Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.