Sunday, Dec 24, 2006

Aberdeen House Prices increase by 27% on the year

Press and Journal: CITY'S SOARAWAY PRICES LEAD PROPERTY MARKET

Householders in Aberdeen have seen the value of their properties soar by 27% during the last 12 months, the biggest rise anywhere in Scotland.

The average price of a Granite City property is now 171,767 - nearly 45,000 above the Scottish average, according to an authoritative study published today.

Posted by anthony @ 11:08 AM (576 views)
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1. Adamuk said...

With all that oil money sloshing around, it's not surprising...

Monday, December 25, 2006 03:08PM Report Comment
 

2. Lia said...

Nothing to do with oil money, that's been there for years. It is speculators moving ever further North, Inverness has seen similar rises and neither town has job growth to explain it.

Soon be out of country for speculators to move to. Then it will be over here.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006 03:24PM Report Comment
 

3. Mad Pish said...

Right then. I'm off to buy Orkney. Thats the next property boom but dont tell anyone.

Thursday, December 28, 2006 01:16AM Report Comment
 

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