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Scottish Residential Market Review | Glasgow and Edinburgh

spring 2018
PUBLISHED: 09 APR 2018

The housing market in Scotland had a reasonably strong 2017 and the start of 2018 looks like a continuation of this trend. House prices are basically rising because there is much more demand than there is supply. This is particularly evident in Edinburgh and Glasgow, where average house prices rose by 6-8% over the last year alone. In some core Edinburgh postcodes, there has been double digit rent price inflation. Despite downside economic and political risks going forward, this picture does not look likely to change much over the next few years. Our current forecasts suggest house price growth in Scotland of around 19% over the next 5 years.


Dr John Boyle
Director of Research & Strategy


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