NI average house price up to £201,800

Posted: 12/10/2023

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The average NI house price has risen again last quarter by 0.6% to £201,800 according to local property website That puts the annual increase at 5.7%. 

Houses are still fairing better than apartments, they rose whilst apartments slipped back slightly at -0.1%. 

Lisburn and Castlereagh is still the most expensive council area to buy in, closely followed by Ards and North Down then Belfast. Derry & Strabane is still the cheapest. 

The figures exclude new homes; the average price of which is now £234,000.

So, if you are selling an average priced home in Northern Ireland, how much is that going to cost you?

Standard agent's fee: 1% + VAT = £2412.60

Key One Property's fee: 0.5% inc VAT = £1,009.00

Saving = £1,403.60

Note our fee incs VAT but excludes marketing package which is usually comparable to most other agents. Standard fee of 1% is based on our market research as to what many other agents are charging. Fees subject to minimum and t&cs. 



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