HOUSE prices in the North had the largest quarterly decline in a decade in the first quarter of 2023, according to the latest official figures. The House Price Index report for the first quarter of 2023 also revealed that the average price for a house in Northern Ireland is £172,005. The report, produced by Land […]
“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.”
“Just to have a roof over their heads, people are spending far more on rental properties than they’d ever planned to.”
A HIGH demand for residential homes in Enniskillen is expected to be illustrated again this month as a number of three bed semi-detached homes go on the market. This month the Herald revealed that Enniskillen is in line for a massive residential boost with over 500 new homes in the pipeline. To date a growing […]
Saturday saw Enniskillen advance into the quarter-finals of the Town’s Cup after a resounding victory over Ards II at Mullaghmeen.
Built upon a dominant scrum and an impressive first half display Enniskillen marched into the second round of the Towns Cup with a resounding 34-8 victory over Randalstown at Mullaghmeen on Saturday.
Enniskillen First XV’s spectacular run ended on Saturday with defeat in the semi-final of the Millar McCall Wylie Junior Cup in what was billed as a David and Goliath encounter away against ex-AIL and current Qualifying One league leaders Instonians.
Enniskillen First XV continued their good form at the weekend with a resounding victory over league newcomers Holywood at home in a one sided affair.
Enniskillen First XV continued their excellent cup form on Saturday with a third consecutive victory in their Junior Cup campaign against a highly rated Ballymena Second XV, gaining a semi-final place.