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Record South Belfast Land Sale

Acting on behalf of a consortium of three homeowners, Whelan Property Consultants negotiated the sale of a 0.4 acre site at Finaghy Road South for in excess of £1.7m, equivalent to approximately £4.25m.

Comprising a pair of semi-detached houses and a detached bungalow the site had a frontage of 37m to Finaghy Road South, a busy arterial route linking the Upper Malone and Upper Lisburn Roads. Although having obvious potential for development the site was sold "as is" with no planning permission.


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Expect more jaw-dropping house prices

Friday, 6 April 2007


Don't forget this classic!

Friday, 6 April 2007

Belfast is the UK housing hotspot with Malone mansions costing £3m and terraces going for £250,000. But is the property bubble about to burst? Helen Carson investigates

Housing has dominated the news this week with stories of record-breaking property price growth and a hard-hitting report aimed at solving the homes crisis.

The first report was one with which we have all become very familiar - house prices here have gone sky-high. Last year property prices went up by over 57% in Northern Ireland, and Belfast is the 'hottest' city in the UK with house values increasing by 61%, it revealed.

But the big question is: where will it all end? In my opinion, not this year and probably not the next.

Helen on the ball with that one ;)

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