Team make qual­ity homes af­ford­able

The Herald Magazine - - etc SCOTLAND’S HOMES ADVERTISING FEATURE -

HIGH­LAND Res­i­den­tial Ltd, a sub­sidiary of Al­byn Hous­ing So­ci­ety based in In­ver­ness, has been named the Her­ald Prop­erty

Awards’ Res­i­den­tial Sales Team of the Year for its work to bring af­ford­able, qual­ity prop­erty ser­vices to High­land com­mu­ni­ties.

Es­tab­lished just 18 months ago, the busi­ness pro­vides fac­tor­ing ser­vices, mid­mar­ket rented homes and af­ford­able hous­ing sales, in­clud­ing the de­liv­ery of the Scot­tish Gov­ern­ment’s Help to Buy pro­gramme in the High­lands.

In this short time, it has grown from seven to twelve em­ploy­ees, and now holds around five per cent of the High­land es­tate agency mar­ket.

Launched in 2007, the Her­ald Prop­erty Awards hon­our the achievements of Scotland’s most in­no­va­tive and suc­cess­ful house builders, de­vel­op­ers and reg­is­tered so­cial land­lords.

Speak­ing of the award win, Sam Crib, Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment Man­ager at High­land Res­i­den­tial, said: “High­land Res­i­den­tial is a fledg­ling com­pany. We op­er­ate with a so­cial pur­pose. We de­vel­oped our busi­ness from the in­sights we’ve gained from our in­volve­ment in the af­ford­able and shared eq­uity hous­ing mar­ket.

“We have tai­lored our unique busi­ness model to en­sure that we can pro­vide a qual­ity and af­ford­able po­si­tion to all home­own­ers in the High­lands.

“We are thrilled to be recog­nised for our achievements over this past 18 months. Our busi­ness suc­cess has come from the pas­sion and hard work of our prop­erty team and I would like to take the op­por­tu­nity to thank them. This award is for them.”

The team col­lected its award on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 27 at the cer­e­mony hosted by the Dou­ble­tree by Hil­ton Ho­tel in Glas­gow.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit high­land res­i­den­tial.co.uk

High­land Res­i­den­tial Ltd cur­rently holds around five per cent of the High­land es­tate agency mar­ket.

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