In an article in the Belfast Telegraph on Tuesday 30th December 2014 the Ulster Bank’s chief economist, Richard Ramsey, predicts that the Northern Ireland property market should continue to recover from the steepest house price correction in UK history.
Help to Buy aims to help people buy a house but with a small deposit. With property prices still high, saving up a 20% deposit is unrealistic for very many would be property buyers.
If you don’t own a property, should you do everything in your power to buy, or just relax and continue renting?
Insist on a site meeting with the developer’s representative. This will enable you to promote your lands attributes, wind primarily, but also location of suitable phase power lines and access.
Click the link below to see a flowchart of the basic steps involved in the legal process of buying a property in Northern Ireland.
Co-Ownership is a government backed scheme in Northern Ireland that helps you buy your first home when you cannot raise all the money you need.
Many people in Northern Ireland, particularly first time buyers, are opting to buy apartments as it suits their lifestyle and financial circumstances.
They say that when the US sneezes the rest of the world catches a cold. Well here is one cold we in Northern Ireland would not mind catching. Just a cold mind you, not a pandemic!
Property Lawyer NI has brought together a group of experienced and reputable lawyers throughout Northern Ireland who specialise in the legal formalities involved in buying, selling and mortgaging property in Northern Ireland.
A survey prepared by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in Northern Ireland suggests that the housing market crash has stabilised.