The Highland Solicitors Property Centre (HSPC)
has chosen to support the Archie Foundation
as its end-of-year charity, following a successful year that has seen house sales in the Highlands and Islands increase by a quarter.
HSPC will be using its resources to organise a prize draw in the lead up to its annual party for the member firms.
Sarah Woodcock, Manager of HSPC, commented on their support of the Archie Foundation:
“HSPC has had a good year so we want to share something of that success with the community through the Archie Foundation. The solicitors selling property have been kept busy with an increase of 25% in the number of sales in 2013, which is tremendous.
“At HSPC, we are delighted to be supporting Archie as part of our end of year celebrations. It’s a great cause and it is so heart-warming to see what they can do to make a hospital stay less stressful for children and their families at a time when they really need support.”
Among the prizes being offered are a free property registration with HSPC and an Amazon Kindle. The draw will be made at the HSPC annual party on Friday, December 6 at the Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
The Archie Foundation aims to help the lives of sick children in the North of Scotland and the islands. The foundation works with the NHS to provide the extras that help to transform a child’s time in hospital and even improve their health.
The Archie Foundation is focussed on the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital and the children’s wards in Inverness and Elgin. But, it also funds projects in community hospitals throughout the North of Scotland, as well as supporting community-based health teams.
HSPC has been the leader in Highland properties sales for more than 30 years, representing solicitor estate agency firms throughout the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
The complete property figures for the Highlands and Islands in 2013, will be published in the HSPC market review in January.