Average property prices in Scotland rise post Brexit

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Property prices in Scotland increased by 0.6% month on month in September, taking the average price above £170,000 for the first time since the vote to leave the European Union. It means the average property price increased by more than £1,000 compared to August to £170,762 and on an annual basis prices are up 2.5% […] The post Average property prices in Scotland rise post Brexit appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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