Rents in Glasgow had recorded a notable rise of 4.9% in Q3 2018, a jump from its long held sanguine growth rate of between 1% and 2%. This trend continued in Q4 2018 with average rents in Glasgow up 3.9% YOY to £771, the same as the national average. Larger 3 and 4 bed properties led the rises from both the one and ten year view. TTLs remain almost unchanged on Q4 2017 for the city at 25 days on average with 1 bed properties continuing to rent fastest at just 20 days on average. With Aberdeen continuing to fall, the gap between the two cities continues to widen at £56 per month on average.