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  1. eddiew888

    Planning On Move To Edinburgh

    I am planning on moving to Edinburgh next year, I have 2 kids (they will be 8 year old and 6 year old when we move) and will like some advice on buying property in Edinburgh. As mentioned since I have kids the most important thing for me is finding a home in a good catchment with good schools for both Primary and Secondary and also is safe areas for kids to play and grow up in. I have a budget of around £250k which I understand will mean I will need to find a home away from the city center which is fine, as I drive. But my wife does not drive (yet) and so transport links need to be good too. So which areas should I be looking in and which areas should be avoided?

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