House prices to rise

Northern Ireland house prices to rise despite some unfavourable conditions

Northern Ireland's housing market is set for a year of growing sales and prices despite some unfavourable conditions, according to a survey today.

The latest research by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Ulster Bank said the province's housing market was entering 2018 on a "firm footing".

However, it added that factors, such as a possible further rise in interest rates, and political uncertainty, could hit growth.

*Excerpt taken from the Belfast Telegraph Website

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