On Monday 15th June, the Northern Ireland property market reopened after 11 weeks in lockdown. Homeowners are now able to market their property; buyers have the option to view their potential new home and conveyancers and removals firms are restarting their businesses. Within this guide to moving home during the Coronavirus outbreak, you will find advice and guidelines from the government which will help to ensure a safe return to the property market.
The housing market in Northern Ireland is getting ready to reopen as the Northern Ireland Executive announces new relaxations to the lockdown. As these lockdown measures are slowly eased, we are wondering how house viewings in Northern Ireland might look when the industry reopens.
Throughout the Coronavirus lockdown, there has been a significant demand for virtual property viewings. These virtual viewings have allowed house-hunters to continue searching for their dream home from the comfort and safety of their current property. With such an emphasis on virtual viewings, it is important to make your property stand out from the rest.
Virtual viewings are a great way to showcase a property remotely as the public remain indoors and follow government guidelines during the Coronavirus outbreak. While we be unable to physically attend a house, these virtual viewings allow a buyer to walk around their dream home from the comfort and safety of their own property. Propertynews.com are showcasing some of the best virtual viewings that are live on the website now!
While following government regulations and remaining indoors during the Coronavirus outbreak, you may have found your dream home on Propertynews.com. Why not use this time to prepare your home for a sale? Today, we are sharing 7 different steps that you can take from the comfort of your own home to get your property market ready.
Buying your first home is an incredibly exciting time, especially in Northern Ireland as mortgage borrowers take advantage of what continues to be the most affordable homebuying region in the UK. According to the latest figures from UK Finance Regulated Mortgage Survey, the average home loan for first-time buyers in Northern Ireland is £101,000. When […]
If you’re ready to buy your first home, you already know the mortgage piece is crucial. According to the latest figures from UK Finance Regulated Mortgage Survey, the average home loan for first-time buyers in Northern Ireland is £101,000*. The mortgage process, with its many steps and decisions, can often feel overwhelming, especially for first […]
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First-time buyers in Northern Ireland are taking advantage of what continues to be the most affordable home-buying region in the UK. The average first-time buyer in Northern Ireland will get a loan for £101,000*, so getting that first mortgage is not only a milestone for first-time buyers, it’s a necessary step for their financial future. […]
Almost 120 cyber-scam warnings over the interception of payments between prospective home buyers and their solicitors have been issued over the past three years to the Law Society of Northern Ireland. As a result, the organisation is launching a new awareness campaign to prevent transfer scams tomorrow. The society hopes its latest awareness ‘Call, Check […]