“The forecast in Fermanagh isn’t as negative as it’s being portrayed in the UK. We’re actually getting some normality back into the local market.”
“The market is still very healthy. There is still a high demand for the properties available.”
This figure even beats the staggering overall average for Northern Ireland for the same period which sits at 9.2 per cent.
There has been a four percent decrease in the number of buy-to-let properties purchased this year.
THE average price of a house in Fermanagh and Omagh has increased by 3.3 per cent to £134,513 this year despite the housing market being effectively shut down from April to June 2020. The latest figures which were compiled by Land and Property Services with the assistance of the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) were […]
There is still plenty of interest from both buyers and sellers locally, with a flurry of sales expected when the lockdown is lifted.
HOUSE prices are continuing to climb here in Fermanagh, and even Brexit may do little to slow their steady ascent. According to the Land and Property Services’ report for the third quarter of 2018, the average price of a home in the Fermanagh and Omagh district is currently £124,513. That’s an increase of 1.7 percent […]
THE recovery in the property market looks to be continuing.
THE housing market in Fermanagh is facing another blow after house prices fell by 13 per cent from last year dragging it well below the Northern Ireland average, according to a recent report.