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15

Sep

Ulster Property Sales proudly support Macmillan Cancer Support

Posted on 15th September 2014  |   Add a comment

Ulster Property Sales  proudly support  Macmillan Cancer Support

Ulster Property Sales are delighted to announce that they will partner Macmillan Cancer Support and will donate proceeds from every property sold directly to the charity. Claire Brown, New Business Manager for the charity said, "Meeting all the partners and staff at UPS has been a real inspiration and we cannot wait to work with all team. They plan to get...

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18

Feb

Quarterly house price index shows sales were up and prices more stable

Posted on 18th February 2013  |   Add a comment

Quarterly house price index shows sales were up and prices more stable

The latest University of Ulster Quarterly House Price Index for the final quarter of 2012, produced in partnership with Bank of Ireland and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, has recorded an increase in the number of house sales, with signs of greater stability in prices. The overall average price of a house in the fourth quarter – October, November and December...

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6

Dec

Double Success for Estate Agency Boss

Posted on 6th December 2012  |   Add a comment

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13

Dec

RICS HOUSING MARKET SURVEY NORTHERN IRELAND

Posted on 13th December 2011  |   Add a comment

RICS HOUSING MARKET SURVEY NORTHERN IRELAND

Economic uncertainty continues to hold Northern Ireland’s housing market back from any meaningful recovery, according to the latest RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and Ulster Bank Housing Market Survey. Indeed, house prices continued to fall, the November survey suggests, with a net balance of -36% of respondents reporting that prices fell in the last three months (9% saying that prices...

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9

Aug

RICS Housing Market Survey, Northern Ireland, July 2011

Posted on 9th August 2011  |   Add a comment

Northern Ireland surveyors are split between those who say house prices are falling and those who say they are stable, according to the latest RICS and Ulster Bank Housing Market Survey. There is better news with regard to transaction volumes, with almost 90% of respondents saying that the number of house sales in the past three months was either up or...

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12

May

Rise in house sales 'to continue'

Posted on 12th May 2011  |   Add a comment

Rise in house sales 'to continue'

House sales have increased during the last three months and are expected to rise further, according to a market survey. Despite this, prices are expected to remain static or fall because of economic uncertainty, public spending cuts and the possibility of rising interest rates, said the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors study. Keith Mitchell, senior partner at Belfast estate agents Templeton Robinson,...

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22

Feb

Latest Quarterly House Price Index

Posted on 22nd February 2011  |   Add a comment

Latest Quarterly House Price Index

Average house prices in Northern Ireland fell by almost 8% last year. The average cost of a house was £149,795, according to a University of Ulster (UU) survey. The number of sales also fell. Cold weather affected activity around Christmas although the market showed signs of stabilising towards the end of the year. One of the survey authors, Professor Alastair Adair, said: "The...

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23

Nov

Quarterly House Price Index

Posted on 23rd November 2010  |   Add a comment

Quarterly House Price Index

The UU Quarterly House Price Index, produced in partnership with the Bank of Ireland and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive covering the third quarter of 2010 is now available to view on propertynews.com Visit http://www.propertynews.com/boisurvey/ to view the latest survey.

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9

Nov

RICS say Northern Ireland house prices are still falling

Posted on 9th November 2010  |   Add a comment

RICS say Northern Ireland house prices are still falling

More gloom has been predicted for the housing market with expectations of chartered surveyors in Northern Ireland falling markedly last month. According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Ulster Bank housing market survey, expectations for prices for November, December and January are at their lowest since March last year.Expectations for transactions are at their lowest levels since...

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Sep

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