Apropos



Apropos: Budget could leave property Investors and landlords between a rock and a hard place

The upcoming Budget could leave many property investors and landlords between a rock and a hard place according to property management firm Apropos.

Published 1 March 2021

Apropos: Scotland must follow suit in extending stamp duty holiday

Scotland must follow suit and match Chancellor Rishi Sunak in extending the stamp duty holiday beyond March according to property firm Apropos.

Published 24 February 2021

Apropos: The volume of Scottish home sales fell by almost half in January

The volume of Scottish home sales fell by almost half in January according to an analysis of the latest Scottish Government data by property firm Apropos.

Published 22 February 2021

Apropos: Chancellor must avoid using property market to fund coronavirus costs

The Chancellor must avoid using the property market to fund coronavirus costs according to property management firm Apropos.

Published 18 February 2021

Apropos: More than half of UK’s largest cities experiencing property boom

More than half of the UK’s largest cities are continuing to experience a property selling boom, according to UK-wide letting firm Apropos.

Published 16 February 2021

David Alexander: Extension of LBTT holiday would increase revenues

David Alexander, joint chief executive officer of apropos by DJ Alexander, discusses how extending the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) holiday beyond the end of March would increase revenues.

Published 26 January 2021

Apropos: Scottish Government enjoying record residential property revenues of £89m in the last two months

The Scottish Government has received record revenues of £89 million from residential property in the last two months according to property firm Apropos by DJ Alexander.

Published 10 December 2020

Apropos: Scottish High Street insolvencies had second worst year in 2019 with five bankruptcies a week

Scottish High Street insolvencies had their second worst year in 2019 with five bankruptcies a week, according to property management firm Apropos by DJ Alexander.

Published 5 November 2020

HMRC investigation into Airbnb landlords may be last straw for short term letting growth, says Apropos

The forthcoming investigation by HMRC into Airbnb landlords may be the last straw for growth in the short-term lettings market, according to property management firm Apropos.

Published 12 October 2020

Apropos attracts highest ever number of new properties

Property management firm apropos has attracted its highest ever monthly number of new properties during September.

Published 5 October 2020

Scotland must encourage investors into its property market to support the economy, says Apropos

Scotland must encourage investors into its property market up to investors as a way of supporting its economy once the coronavirus recedes according to a  property management firm Apropos.

Published 2 October 2020

Number of first-time buyers in Scotland at seven-year low

The number of first-time buyers in Scotland is at a seven-year low, falling over a third (35%) since last year, according to the latest data from Bank of Scotland. 

Published 4 September 2020

Apropos: The Chancellor’s SDLT reduction is a potential future tax trap

The Chancellor’s current Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a potential future tax trap for buyers according to property management firm Apropos. 

Published 20 August 2020

Apropos: Investing in Scottish property will cost up to £26,250 more than in England

Investing in the Scottish property market will cost up to £26,250 more than England following the recent changes to stamp duty, according to property management firm Apropos.

Published 23 July 2020

David Alexander: Major capital gains tax increases could kill the property market

Major capital gains tax (CGT) increases could kill the property market according to Apropos, a UK-wide property management platform.

Published 16 July 2020