Bank of Scotland has revealed Scotland’s most expensive streets, with prestigious Ann Street in central Edinburgh taking the top spot for a second year running.
Bank of Scotland 2023 press releases
The number of first-time buyers in Scotland fell by 14% between January and August 2023, compared to the same period in 2022, according to the latest Bank of Scotland First-Time Buyer Review.
Detached homes were the most common property chosen by movers, accounting for 34% of sales, compared to 32% for the UK. This is a significant increase on 10 years ago, rising from 27%.
North Berwick has retained its title as the most expensive seaside setting in Scotland to buy a home, according to the latest analysis from Bank of Scotland.
The monthly cost of owning a home for first-time buyers in Scotland is now £727 - £191 (21%) lower than the monthly cost of renting the equivalent property, according to the latest Bank of Scotland Owning vs Renting Review.
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