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People’s perception of the housing market is starting to regain a more positive vibe at the moment and the north east of Scotland is leading the way. Recent figures from the Bank of Scotland show that house prices in three coastal towns in the area have more than doubled since 2004. The biggest rises were seen in Macduff and Fraserburgh, which both saw house prices go up by a whopping 123%. In Cove Bay, that figure was 105%.