House Prices in Northern Ireland Continue to Fall

Estate Agents

2nd July 2012

According to a recent survey carried out by The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and Ulster Bank, the Northern Ireland property market is still in decline and it is feared that house prices are deteriorating at the greatest rate since November 2010.

Despite this decline in property prices however, there is some positivity which can be associated with it.  These deflated property prices should help property become more affordable, which in turn should facilitate activity in the housing market and help boast sales volumes.

This decline will be of benefit to investors and first-time buyers alike and should help buyers receive a better return on their investment.

Property People have branched into sales and in order to help facilitate a smooth transaction we have enlisted the skills of a Financial Advisor who would be delighted to meet with you and discuss the options available to you for financing your investment.  If you would like more information or thinking of selling your property contact our Sales Team on 028 9024 0010 for a free valuation and consultation.