Property for sale in Scotland
After Brexit decision the United Kingdom economy has had a good performance, better than everybody could suppose. So this situation and a very low interested rates helped Scottish real estate market and many owners decided to sell their property for sale in Scotland.
In Edinburgh, the housing market is very strong. In Glasgow property for sale market has undoubtedly improved.
Properties for sale in Scotland are very strange and bizarre: some real estate agents succeeded to sell an island, Little Ross, with a cottage for a very low price and Chesterhill Castle paid a price three times greater.
The Glasgow market is very dynamic, and an inventory shortage is driving up prices, with multiple offers common in the most popular areas of Glasgow, including the West End and rich suburbs like Giffnock, Bearsden and Newton Mearns.
At the end of 2017 the average sales price was about 125,000 pounds a 4.8 % increase over that of 2016.
Most buyers who want to buy properties for sale in Scotland are people who was born in Scotland and after many years they want to come back, especially from the USA, Europe or the Middle East. Other foreign purchasers are Americans and Europeans.
European buyers who are interested in property for sale in Scotland are above all from Scandinavia. They are attracted by property for sale in Scotland where they can practice their favourite sports because this country offers thousands of acres.