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House prices down, transactions up in NI.

The latest Quarterly House Price Index report from the University of Ulster points to a mixed picture in the housing market in Northern Ireland with house prices falling but transactions rising. According to the report, the average house price here now stands at £148,500. This is down 3.7% over the year and 1.1% over the […]

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Property crash could push house prices down to £70,000 in NI.

There have been warnings in recent weeks that UK house prices could be heading for a crash, now an analysis by online estate agent eMoov.co.uk is suggesting prices could fall to as low £70,000 in some parts of the UK. According to the analysis, the biggest drop in value would be seen in the South […]

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First time house sales up 20% in NI compared to first quarter of 2016.

First time home buyer borrowing in Northern Ireland has increased by almost a fifth compared to this time last year. According to figures published by the Council of Mortgage Lenders, first-time sales grew to 19% in the first quarter of 2017, based on the same period the previous year. Keith Mitchell, managing partner at Templeton […]

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Property Debt And The Festive Period

Property Debt, Feeling The Festive Financial Worry Are you worrying about the cost of Christmas and how this will affect your mortgage payments? For many of us January can be a hard month in financial terms – after the festivities in the run up to Christmas it is often not until the New Year that […]

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A Recession & Negative Equity in NI

A Recession & Negative Equity Asking what a recession would look like for the housing market and negative equity in Northern Ireland is a bit like asking how being hit in the face with a plank might affect one’s appearance. There are no positive aspects in either scenario. It’s a loss-loss double-whammy. In a recession, […]