Property prices have been increasing in the City and have now recovered to pre 2008 levels. Indeed the average house price in Glasgow increased by 7% in the 12 months to March 2018** and is showing no signs of slowing.
In addition, Glasgow rental values have increased steadily by a total of 25% since 2013***.
Now is an ideal time to invest in property in Glasgow, whilst property prices are still low enough to promise good rental yields and have the capability of achieving good capital growth should the investor wish to sell the property in the future at a profit.
With some of the best UK Universities, an excellent transport infrastructure including a full in-City train network, prosperous employment, great bars and restaurants and well known as a major hub in the music scene, Glasgow is an excellent location to invest in property.
Because the city attracts a significant young population to study and work this means that the number of people looking to rent will be significantly higher than other Scottish cities for some time to come.
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*National Records of Scotland **UK House Price Index ***Citylets