Average Scottish house price rises by 2.2%

The average price for property in Scotland stood at 190,792 in August 2019. This is a fall of 0.36% in the last three months (since May 2019) and fall of 3.07% since 12 months ago. In terms of property types, flats in Scotland sold for an average of 158,353 and terraced houses for 159,654.

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Average Scottish house prices rise at faster rate than UK. The average cost of a home in the UK was 226,756 – an increase of 5.2% on the previous December. On a month-to-month basis, prices in Scotland were up by 0.2%, compared with the UK figure of 0.4%. Year-on-year price increases were recorded in 29 out of Scotland’s 32 local authority areas.

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House prices in Scotland increased ahead of the UK average in the year to June, according to new figures. The average price.

A report released this week by Registers of Scotland has found that the average cost of a residential property has risen by 2.2% to 178,991 in the 2018-19 financial year. According to reports, the figure represented an 11-year high, but remained more than 20% below its pre-financial crisis level in 2007-8.

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The average price of a home in Scotland in December 2016 increased by 2.2% compared with the previous year to reach an average of 172,204, fresh data shows.

House prices dropped. was worse than that across Scotland, where prices increased 0.7 per cent , and Midlothian.

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House prices rise 2.2% in March, says Halifax index By System Administrator 5 th April 2004 12:00 am Halifax&#39s latest house price index shows house prices increased by 2.2% in March, taking UK house prices through the 150,000 barrier with an average price of 151,467.

Our house price statistics include all residential sales in Scotland between 20,000 and 1,000,000, and are based on date of registration. They are produced in line with the Code of Practice for Statistics.. These statistics come from the land register.They date back to April 2003, when the last of Scotland’s counties joined the land register.

Northern Ireland saw an increase of 5.5%, well above the average increase in the UK of 1.7% in the year to January 2019, down from 2.2% in December and. England and Scotland saw a slowdown in.