NI house prices during Covid 19: results

Posted: 4/10/2020

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Northern Ireland house prices did not crash as badly during lockdown as some predictions. In fact during Q2 2020, they were up 5.8% on the same time last year. Prices only fell 1.6% since Q1, so a relatively soft landing. Q3 could be interesting; we may see a mix of prices continuing to fall then increase again as the market opened up and the stamp duty holiday kicked in. One report put September at a 5% national increase. If you are thinking of selling, you will be delighted to know that Key One Property charge only 0.5% inc VAT, that's less than half of what most other agents charge. More info at: https://www.keyoneproperty.co.uk/sell/

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