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Hi,

Some  great useful info on here but, does anyone have any idea of where people can get the actual recorded sales price history of properties in NI?  This type of information is readily available in England for free, but not NI it seems !?

Has anyone ever went down to LPS to carry out a property search, and know how much it costs (if at all)?

It seems ridiculous that if participants wish the market to be efficient in NI, this information isn't more readily available. Too many VIs keeping it from the people?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, top_dag20001 said:

Hi,

Some  great useful info on here but, does anyone have any idea of where people can get the actual recorded sales price history of properties in NI?  This type of information is readily available in England for free, but not NI it seems !?

Has anyone ever went down to LPS to carry out a property search, and know how much it costs (if at all)?

It seems ridiculous that if participants wish the market to be efficient in NI, this information isn't more readily available. Too many VIs keeping it from the people?

I've gone to the LPS offices and done searches, but it's something like £5/£7 per search and you're not even guaranteed that the sale price is recorded.

Transparency is not something that the VI's want. In one of the searches I did, on a street of newbuilds, the sale price for identical houses ranged from £170-£340K.

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2 hours ago, JoeDavola said:

I've gone to the LPS offices and done searches, but it's something like £5/£7 per search and you're not even guaranteed that the sale price is recorded.

Transparency is not something that the VI's want. In one of the searches I did, on a street of newbuilds, the sale price for identical houses ranged from £170-£340K.

Nothing to do with developers. This sort of information would also be very useful to to the development industry. The officials say it is because the computer system wont allow them. I simply don't believe that anymore. 

I am always impressed how the public are so easy to believe that developers could influence something like this. 

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On 26/11/2009 at 11:41, getdoon_weebobby said:

http://lpsni.gov.uk/vListDCV/search.asp?submit=form

RV website new link to get to it

... I'm always looking for that one.

This is a useful link also - https://www.propertypal.com/price-tracker

 

NISRA - https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/publications/ni-house-price-index-statistical-reports

> NI House Price Index detailed statistics Quarter 4 2019

> Contents

> Table 9: NI Average Sale Prices All Properties Q1 2005 - Q4 2019

 

Here is an updated link to the Nationwide data going back to 1973 -

https://www.nationwide.co.uk/about/house-price-index/download-data#xtab:regional-quarterly-series-all-properties-data-available-from-1973-onwards

 

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