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.
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.
The finalists for the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards 2019 in partnership with Electric Ireland has been revealed. It was an esteemed panel of judges that had the difficult task of deciding the top entries from each category.
Beverley Garden Village in Newtownards comes with planning permission for 498 new
homes and it’s for sale! The 72-acre site is by far one of the largest residential
building opportunities in Northern Ireland.
House prices in Northern Ireland have risen over the past year. The average house price in Northern Ireland has increased by 3.4%. This growth is higher than what any other area of the UK witnessed. According to Nationwide Building Society, £144,053 is now the average price paid for a house in Northern Ireland.
What are the Property Awards? The Property Awards showcase excellence in the industry providing a platform for estate agencies, developers, architects, designers and contractors to highlight the extraordinary work they have accomplished in the past year. Which of the 14 categories can you enter? Last year’s awards had a record number of entries from right […]
The latest housing survey from UK estate agents shows that demand from buyers continues to be high. The NAEA Propertymark housing report for June shows that the number of house hunters fell slightly from 307 to 305 per agency branch although the number of prospective buyers remains high. Year-on-year, housing demand is almost aligned, with […]
One of Northern Ireland’s largest estate agency brands are excited to announce the opening of their larger premises on the Ormeau Road, Belfast, following a relocation from the Lisburn Road. They have relocated a team of local property experts, who are really keen to start working with more sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants in the local area. It will […]
A prime commercial property development and former Army barracks in Londonderry has gone on the market with the hope of attracting bidders who will contribute to the regeneration of the city. The Government-owned buildings at Ebrington Square received full planning permission for a whiskey distillery, but the plans have since been scrapped and the units […]
A £7m plan for 71 new apartments in Belfast’s Golden Mile has taken a step forward, potentially creating 50 jobs. Developer John Smyth’s Estates has formally submitted an application for the 10-storey project on the Dublin Road. The development would also include a new ground floor restaurant. Featuring a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom self-contained […]