THE average price of a house in Scotland during the month of July was £192,966 – some 9.9 per cent up on the same month last year.
Says the Registers of Scotland (RoS), £192,966 represents a 0.6 per cent increase on the previous month, June 2022.
In an announcement, here, the RoS says: “In Scotland, terraced houses showed the largest increase out of all property types, rising by 11 per cent in the year to July 2022 to £164,000. The lowest annual change of all property types was in flats and maisonettes, which increased by eight per cent in the year to July 2022 to £132,000.
“The largest growth was in East Ayrshire, where prices increased by 19.8 per cent in the year to July 2022 to £129,000. The lowest annual growth for the year to July 2022 was in City of Aberdeen where average prices increased over the year by 0.8 per cent to £149,000.”
Picture credit: Place Design Scotland
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