Registers of Scotland's latest figures (released yesterday) show that Average Property Prices have decrease by 0.2%


The Registers are a reliable and objective guage of property market performance as their data comes primarily and directly from completed transactions that are presented for registration in the Land Register.  Their stats show that the average price of a residential property in Scotland decreased by a mere 0.2% during the second quarter (July to September) of the financial year 2011/12 compared with the same period the previous year with the average price of a residential property for this quarter of £163,091

There's lots of interesting data and stats available from RoS on line at http://www.ros.gov.uk/public/news/news_releases.html

 

Follow us on facebook, Twitter and Google+ for the latest news and updates

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blair-Cadell-Solicitors/388801704502521

https://twitter.com/BlairCadell

https://plus.google.com/107743552256899528930/about