Spotlight: Scotland’s Residential Property Market


Scottish house prices have continued their upward trajectory with capacity for further growth despite Brexit uncertainty

  • A lack of supply has constrained transactions below £250,000. However, sales activity in higher price bands has grown.
  • Edinburgh has seen higher prime value growth than any other UK city, with room for more given the disparity compared to other university cities.
  • An increase in sales activity across higher price bands in Glasgow has led to rising house prices across Scotland’s largest city.
  • Country locations are offering comparatively good value and this is attracting the interest of a growing number of UK and overseas buyers.
  • Million pound market recovers, boosted by Edinburgh’s south side, Glasgow City and St Andrews.

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