Property prices in Scotland positive post Brexit

scotlandProperty prices in Scotland increased by 0.6% month on month in September. According to the Move/Acadata house price index, there was strong growth at both the top and bottom of the Scottish housing market in the year with three areas seeing property price growth of more than 10% in the last year. Edinburgh remains the most expensive place to buy property in Scotland and Na h-Eileanan Siar remains the cheapest place to purchase property in Scotland.

Christine Campbell, Your Move managing director in Scotland: “The Scottish housing market continues to show its resilience, despite facing a number of challenges in recent months. Tax changes earlier this year prompted many buyers to bring their house purchases forward, while the uncertainly surrounding Brexit could have shocked the market, but the overall picture remains very positive. Transaction levels and house prices are performing well across all other areas of the country, for both high and low value properties.”

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