Scotland's second city, but most populated, Glasgow is a vital hub in the north of Britain, possessing an airport, university and road and rail links to the rest of Britain.
Located almost in the centre of Scotland, Glasgow has long been an important part of Scottish and British life, as it is situated at the end of the River Clyde, and became a wealthy and prosperous city in the early years of a unified Britain.
These days it relies on business and services to provide jobs and growth and does so with aplomb, regularly sitting behind only London in league tables of employment, expansion and GDP per capita.
Property in this rapidly expanding city has, inevitably, had to travel upward, so the majority of dwellings available are flats but, surprisingly for such a big and financially successful and important city, prices here are generally below the £100,000 mark so if you want to make money and save money, Glasgow wouldn't be a bad shout.
The city is rich in culture, shopping, theatre, music and sport, so you will be able to find plenty of ways of spending that money you saved on property.