Some estate agents feared the vote to leave the EU could slow the Scottish property market while the threat of a second Scottish poll could introduce even more uncertainty.
Before the 2014 referendum, house prices fell in the six months preceding the September vote.
Russell Quirk, founder of property website eMoov.co.uk, said the prospect of a second referendum has caused “considerable turmoil” in the housing market.
But the picture in Tayside is rosier, with properties in the most popular areas, such as Broughty Ferry and the West End, changing hands within days of going on the market.
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