The Scottish country house property market remains price sensitive and this has kept a lid on price growth over the last year, according to the latest index.
Overall prices fell by 0.2% between April and June 2017 and they are now 0.9% below where they were a year ago and more than 20% below previous peaks, the data from the Knight Frank prime Scottish index shows.
However, the index report also shows that there has been a 7.6% increase in the number of new buyers registering to purchase Scottish country houses in the first six months of 2017 year on year.
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