Monday, May 18, 2009

Scottish house prices continued to fall over the last quarter, with the average house price having d

Scottish house prices continue to fall

According to the latest Scottish House Price Monitor from Lloyds TSB Scotland, house prices fell 4.3 per cent in the three months to 30 April to give an average price of £148,990. This latest fall is greater than the 2.3 per cent fall recorded in the previous quarter, and provides evidence of the difficult start to the year in terms of both house prices and the number of house purchase transactions, Lloyds said. On an annual basis, Scottish house prices have now fallen by 2.1 per cent. The volume of house purchase transactions is also down 35 per cent on the levels recorded for the same period last year.

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3 thoughts on “Scottish house prices continued to fall over the last quarter, with the average house price having d

  • But dont worry……its different up here!!!!!

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    But I thought prices were going up again?

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  • inflation is eating my savings says:

    One can almost hear the squelching as the denizens of New Town and Morningside shift the positions of their heads in their backsides.
    I hope nothing escapes, otherwise we’ll all be smelling years of bottled farts.

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