Edinburgh Residential Investment

Edinburgh is the ideal city for investors looking to purchase and let high quality properties with excellent returns. We've been helping investors find, purchase, refurbish and manage high-quality properties since 2000.

We provide our clients with a fully integrated property investment service that covers every aspect of buy to let in Edinburgh. Our team includes designers, architects, project managers, surveyors and experienced trades.

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Our Focus

We bring expertise, experience and a highly professional approach to residential property investment in Edinburgh. Above all, we are focused on adding value to maximise investment returns and we have consistently achieved superior returns for our clients.

Solid property management company that provides an efficient service

A Malcolm

I have been a landlord with them for over 14 years and have always been extremely happy the service both I and my tenants received

S Harrower

As a landlord being cared for over a 12 year period by The Flat Company I can honestly say that they have exceeded all expectations

T Crofts

Latest Articles

Investors Renovating your Buy-To-Let

Renovating your Buy-To-Let

  • 21 September 2017

Renovating your buy-to-let

While upkeep of your property is important, sometimes renovating your buy-to-let makes sense. Perhaps it’s looking a bit tired, there’s some major work that has cropped up, or you’d like to invest in your property for better rental returns. Whatever the reason, if done correctly, you can…

Investors Changing to an HMO

Changing to an HMO

  • 28 June 2017

Letting a property in Edinburgh as a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) is one of the best ways to release the extra rental value in your home. An HMO is a property licensed by the City of Edinburgh to allow three or more unrelated people to share a rented property.…

Landlords Short Term Lets for the Edinburgh Festival

Short Term Lets for the Edinburgh Festival

  • 28 June 2017

If you own a furnished and fully equipped apartment in Edinburgh and know you won’t be using it during the Edinburgh Festival, you might want to consider letting it out during August. The rental income from just one month of the year can go a long way to paying for…