NI house prices up 7.9%

Posted: 16/4/2022

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Northern Ireland house prices rose 7.9% in 2021, according to ONS data released in March. That is however the lowest of all the UK countries, which have an average of 9.6%.

Here are the main points:

  • UK average house prices increased by 9.6% over the year to January 2022, down from 10.0% in December 2021.
  • The average UK house price was £274,000 in January 2022, which is £24,000 higher than this time last year.
  • Average house prices increased over the year; in England to £292,000 (9.4%), in Wales to £206,000 (13.9%), in Scotland to £183,000 (10.8%) and in Northern Ireland to £159,000 (7.9%).
  • London continues to be the region with the lowest annual growth at 2.2%.

Higher house prices usually mean higher estate agency fees for sellers, but here at Key One Property, we offer one of the best value rates in Northern Ireland, just 0.5% inc VAT*.

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