Scots are Britain’s most frequent home movers
The average home owner moves properties every 23 years, analysis has found.
Scotland is home to the most frequent movers in Britain, the research suggests, with the average home owner staying put for around 19-and-a-half years.
People in Wales remain in their home the longest, taking an average of 26.8 years to move.
Property website Zoopla made the findings after working with analysts Hometrack.
The research looked at sales figures across Britain and compared them with total housing stock levels to work out how often people typically move, using Land Registry and Registers of Scotland data.
Residents in Midlothian, Scotland, are particularly likely to move frequently – after just under 15 years on average, the research suggests.
At the other end of the spectrum, residents of Powys in mid-Wales only move around once every 33 years.
Researchers said the frequency of home owners moving has fluctuated in recent years.
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