12% rise in city house sales in four years
SALES of homes across Glasgow have grown by 12 per cent since 2015.
While house prices has risen by five percent.
Glasgow ranked second in a list of 20 UK cities for the volume of house sales between 2015 and 2018, coming in behind Liverpool which grew by 19 percent.
The index created by property site Zoopla found property sales have fallen by 13 per cent in the South over the same period.
While on average, sales increased by six per cent across cities in northern England over the three years.
Sales in the capital were down 20 per cent along on 2015 levels.
Zoopla said affordability pressures and higher stamp duty costs have particularly affected the South, with Brexit uncertainty also being a compounding factor.