All regions of Scotland now have an average residential property price in excess of £100,000 for the first time, according to latest figures.
Prices are still rising every quarter
Statistics show that the average price for a residential property in Scotland increased from July to September to a new high of £118,141.
The increase is a rise of 15.6% from the same quarter last year and 9.2% up on the previous quarter.
Edinburgh has the highest figure with the average price at about £156,117.
The highest year-on-year increase, at 24%, is in the Highlands and Islands where the average house is £103,179.
The Glasgow area remains the largest market with sales of a little over £1.3bn for the period, which is an increase of over £146m or 12.4% over the same period last year.
Average price by area
Edinburgh - £156,117
South East - £128,142
Glasgow - £114,441
Grampian - £107,779
Central - £105,446
Highlands & Islands - £103,179
South West - £100,864
The total value of sales across Scotland registered during the quarter is £4.31bn equating to an increase of £852m or 24.7% over the last quarter.
This means that the total value of the residential property market in the last year is greater than £14.3bn.
These figures include residential sales for cash, where there is no mortgage, which occurs in more than 20% of transactions.
The figures came from Registers of Scotland, the country's property