“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.”
THE pandemic has been cited as one of the reasons for high demand for rural property in ‘friendly Fermanagh’. Latest figures reveal a rise in house prices here, but there is also a shortage of property with demand vastly outstripping supply. According to the House Price Index figures, there was a rise of 1.7 percent on the […]
A UNIQUE opportunity to own a piece of Lough Erne property has become available with the sale of Carr Island on the lower lough for £140,000. Situated conveniently between the airport at St Angelo and Trory Jetty, Carr Island offers 22.115 acres of unspoilt land and woodland on this main waterway. This ideally-located island provides […]
There has been a four percent decrease in the number of buy-to-let properties purchased this year.
Tracey’s garage and shop, fronts onto the Belleek to Belcoo road and comes complete with a three bedroom dwelling house.
Mullynascarthy caravan park based on the Gola Road outside Lisnaskea overlooks the Colebrooke river.
A LANDMARK Enniskillen property is on the market for over £200,000. Thistlebank House, the original managers residence to the Scotch Stores sits between the Sligo Road and Old Henry Street overlooking the Erne. The distinctive stone exterior is in keeping with the building’s history. Spanning three floors it has retained many of the original features […]
There is still plenty of interest from both buyers and sellers locally, with a flurry of sales expected when the lockdown is lifted.