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16th June 2020
A guide to moving home during the Coronavirus outbreak

A guide to moving home during the Coronavirus outbreak

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.
27th February 2020
House price index: Increase in Northern Ireland house prices

House price index: Increase in Northern Ireland house prices

House prices increased across all 11 Northern Ireland council areas in 2019, as the region generally outperformed the rest of the UK, new data highlights. The latest House Price Index shows that the average Northern Ireland house price rose by 2.5 percent to £140,190 over the last 12 months (Q4 2018 – Q4 2019). The largest increase in property styles was detached homes (up 3.7 percent), semi-detached homes (up 3.1 percent) and terraced homes (up 1.8 percent)
22nd January 2020
20 homes sold in 48 hours at Rivenwood development

20 homes sold in 48 hours at Rivenwood development

20 properties were sold within 48 hours at Rivenwood by Fraser Houses, one of Northern Ireland’s newest village developments. Located off the Movilla Road in Newtownards, the £200 million scheme is one of the largest new-build housing developments in Northern Ireland. Over 155 properties have been sold to date, highlighting the strong demand for this development from buyers.
6th January 2020
Northern Ireland’s commercial property market ends 2019 on a high

Northern Ireland’s commercial property market ends 2019 on a high

The sales of well-known shopping sites including Sprucefield Retail Park helped Northern Ireland’s commercial property sector end 2019 in a better position than once anticipated, it has been claimed. A report by commercial property agency CBRE highlighted that the investment market witnessed an increase in transaction volumes year-on-year. Almost £212m was invested over 32 separate transactions last year.
18th November 2019
Belfast Telegraph Property Awards 2019: The Winners

Belfast Telegraph Property Awards 2019: The Winners

On Friday 15th November, hundreds of estate agents, property experts, developers and architects gathered at Belfast’s Crowne Plaza to celebrate the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards 2019, in partnership with Electric Ireland. Now in its fifth year, the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards continues to be one of the most anticipated dates in the property calendar. The ceremony was hosted by broadcaster Pamela Ballantine while Belfast comedian Paddy Raff entertained the crowds.
12th November 2019
Average Northern Ireland house price at 10 year high

Average Northern Ireland house price at 10 year high

The latest research from Ulster University shows that the average house price in Northern Ireland is at its highest level for over a decade. Latest analysis indicates that the average price of houses sold throughout the third quarter of 2019 was £171,763. This is a 5% increase when compared to the same period last year. It is also an increase of 5.7% when compared to the second quarter of 2019.
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