Property experts have said that the north-east has “weathered the worst” of the housing market downturn.
The value of Scotland’s property market is on course to top £18 billion for the second consecutive year, despite “increasing anxiety” over Brexit.
And new housing figures from Aberdein Considine reveal that sales in Scotland hit £5.3 billion during the last quarter of 2019, up by £100 million on the same time last year.
More than 28,000 homes changed hands during the quarter, according to the firm’s “Property Monitor report,” bringing the total value of sales in 2019 to £13.3 billon.
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