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  1. Hi Folks, we’re looking for a 2 bed apartment in BT9. Market seems to have gone crazy Post lockdown - stamp duty holiday etc. It’s difficult to find anything decent below £200K. Do you think this is a temporary spike in transactions and that prices will decline in a few months, or do you think the upward trend will continue? Many thanks.
  2. HI all We've sold numerous properties in England but this is the first time we have sold in NI, so maybe the process is different. We completed on the sale of our investment property today. Our solicitor said the sale had completed and we could release the keys, as no estate agent was involved. When we asked when the funds would arrive to our surprise he said that the purchaser's solicitors provided a cheque and that we would have to wait 6 days for it to clear. he also said he had mentioned this to us, which he hadn't. So two questions: 1. Is this normal in NI (i.e. No
  3. Hi all, I hope you can help - we're new to NI and are totally at a loss to figure out where to buy in South Belfast! Our budget is up to GBP 350K and while fortunately we don't need a mortgage we can't make head nor tails of whether an asking price represents fair value. We'd like a traditional red brick townhouse with original features and are happy pay for a fixer upper as long as total costs (including refurb) come within the 350K range. We like urban living and schools are not an issue, but the house needs at least to be able to hold its value reasonably well going forward, and safe eno
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