Bank of Scotland

Scotland sees second biggest rise in house prices

31 December 2010

East Dunbartonshire and Dumfries have recorded the second biggest rises in house prices among UK counties over the past year, according to the latest Bank of Scotland County House Price Survey. Conwy in North Wales recorded the highest rise. Based on Bank of Scotland's own house price data, the average house price in Conwy has increased by 13% (£18,506) over the past year from £144,185 in 2009 to £162,691 in 20101. After Conwy, East Dunbartonshire (12%) and Dumfries and Galloway (11%) have seen the next biggest increases.

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