Airdrie 12th most expensive place to rent in Scotland.

Airdrie has 7 properties with an average rental of £564 p/m.

While buying isn’t an option or a desire for everyone in Scotland, we have taken a look at s1homes again to see where the most expensive place to rent is.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Edinburgh is also the most expensive place to rent with 382 properties averaging a price of £1,272 per month.

But Airdrie came 12th beating places like Hamilton, Motherwell and East Kilbride.

  1. Edinburgh – 382 properties – £1,272 p/m
  2. Glasgow – 625 properties – £960 p/m
  3. Stirling (Town) – 60 properties – £853 p/m
  4. Aberdeen – 533 properties – £837 p/m
  5. Livingston – 12 properties – £720 p/m
  6. Greenock – 48 properties – £708 p/m
  7. Dundee – 166 properties – £689 p/m
  8. Inverness – 2 properties – £660 p/m
  9. West Lothian – 30 properties – £657 p/m
  10. Dunfermline – 42 properties – £592 p/m
  11. Fife – 118 properties – £578 p/m
  12. Airdrie – 7 properties – £564 p/m
  13. Ayr – 2 properties – £563 p/m
  14. Paisley – 52 properties – £545 p/m
  15. Hamilton – 13 properties – £540 p/m
  16. Kirkcaldy – 15 properties – £525 p/m
  17. East Kilbride – 10 properties – £510 p/m
  18. Clydebank – 3 properties – £507 p/m
  19. Perth – 52 properties – £475 p/m
  20. Kilmarnock – 10 properties – £468 p/m
  21. Motherwell – 9 properties – £467 p/m
  22. Glenrothes – 6 properties – £429 p/m
  23. Cumbernauld – 17 properties – £413 p/m
  24. Falkirk (Town) – 1 property – £375 p/m

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