Glasgow, G1 current market prices
The price growth in Glasgow is lower than the national average, with the 2 year growth at
times the national average.
Compared to other areas, G1 is a relatively inexpensive area, with an average price -100% lower than the national average.
The average house price in Glasgow, G1 is £0 and the average rent is £916.
G1 Current Averages
||G1 against national
|Sales per month
||14 (102,880 Total)
G1 Growth trends
|2yr house growth ||-100%
|2yr CAGR ||
|Last 12 months house price growth
G1 Average Price by property type
Current market notes
The data above illustrates the relative proportions different types of property in the G1 postcode district.
It is important to note that as homes are demolished and built these percentages will fluctuate accordingly.
National averages are based on the most recent data available from the HM Land Registry© datasets.
Current average price and rent are based on the last month of data available.
The current average price is an average over the past 6 months to avoid inaccuracies caused by low sales numbers.
Sales per month is an average over the past 12 months.
Historical average prices are calculated using all G1 sales since 1995.
The growth trends table shows the change in average house price for the G1 postcode district over the past 1 and 2 years as well as the averages across all postcode districts.
Please note that end of terrace properties are defined as terrace, as opposed to semi detached.
Flats include the following property types: Ground Flat, Flat, Studio, Ground Maisonette, Maisonette.
Bungalows include the following property types: Bungalow, Terraced Bungalow, Semi-Detached Bungalow, Detached Bungalow.
The 'Other' category includes all properties in categories not mentioned on this page and is included for completeness.
Compound Annual Growth Rate is the year-over-year growth rate of house prices over a specified period of time (in this case five years). This figure gives an indication of the returns that have been seen historically. It can also be seen as a "smoothed" rate of return.