Northern Ireland’s Properties - Getting the Most for Less

According to a recent report, property prices in Northern Ireland increased for over 7 percent in the last 12 months. Despite that, Northern Ireland’s housing market is still lagging behind the rest of the UK. For example, to buy a home in England you need to pay twice as much as in Northern Ireland. Compared to Wales and Scotland, the difference is not as dramatic. Also, the country is home to a number of luxury properties with price tags of £1 million plus. But on average, you will pay less for a home than elsewhere in the UK. In 2015, an average home in Northern Ireland was valued at £154,000.

Currently, the cheapest towns in Northern Ireland (and the UK) are: