Property Market Update November 2019

Property Market Update November 2019

November From the Agent’s Point of View

Commenting on the month’s property news and statistics, MOV8 R eal Estate’s Managing Director, Robert Carroll, stated:

“The property market in Scotland continues to shine, in stark contrast to the market in London, with the average selling price in Scotland being up by 1.6% compared to the same period last year.

“East Dunbartonshire has seen the largest increase with house prices rising by 4.7% to £223,564. Glasgow continues to top the leaderboard for the total number of recorded sales, with the City of Edinburgh not far behind.

“It appears that property sellers and buyers in Scotland have given up on waiting for Brexit before they make a move. We have seen the busiest start to a November in recent years in terms of property sellers putting their properties on the market. With demand high and prices continuing to rise, it’s a great time to be selling. All the more so given that MOV8 is offering an amazing 50% off our Estate Agency Fee until 14 November 2019!”

Property Market in Numbers November 2019 infographic

Download our Property Market in Numbers November 2019 infographic.

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I'm Robert Carroll, Managing Director of MOV8 Real Estate, Estate Agents and Solicitors. MOV8 is an innovative and forward-thinking, all-in-one estate agency and solicitor firm with its Head Office in Edinburgh and a City Centre office in Glasgow. We buy and sell literally thousands of properties for property buyers and sellers in Scotland every year, so I see first-hand every day what is actually happening in the property market. This blog aims to give an honest, fresh and sometimes light-hearted take on what is happening in the Scottish property market.


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