From early June 2015, Registers of Scotland (RoS) will publish a 10-Year property report which highlights activity in the Scottish property market during the decade 2005-2015. RoS has been producing the official Government house price statistics on a quarterly and annual basis since April 2003, gaining Official Statistics status in 2010.
This is the third report of its kind since all of Scotland's 33 registration counties began recording applications on the modern map-based Land Register, rather than the deeds-based General Register of Sasines.
The report highlight the trends in residential sales over the 10-year period, including a comparison between the quarterly rate of inflation and the percentage change in average house price over each quarter. The figures relate to financial years.
The key findings of the report also provide insight into:
- The residential property market
- The high value residential property market
- City property markets
- The mortgage market
- The commercial property market
- A House Type Overview
Stay tuned to the RoS website for when the report will be available in June.