The research was done by RICS Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has found that it’s been 59th month that the price has been falling in Northern Ireland.
The price have fallen 48% from their 2007 peak average of £240,408 and they said that it will continue to fall in the next three month, RICS Northern Ireland housing spokesman Tom McClelland said: “Aside from seasonal fluctuations, we saw a familiar pattern in the first half of the year, with prices coming under pressure and modest improvements in terms of sales activity,”
University of Ulster house price index for the first quarter of this year the average house price is £134,560.
But the house price index for the second quarter from Nationwide Building Society puts the average price at £110,422.
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- Cold patches at base of radiators caused by sludge accumulation
- Muddy looking brown water released while bleeding the system means internal corrosion
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- ‘Banging’ or ‘loud’ boiler due to accumulation of sludge or limescale
- Lack of hot water when system apears to be on due to blocked pipes
- Poor circulation of water due to blocked boiler pump
- Cold areas at top of radiators caused by rusting and consequent release of gas
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Malaysian investment fund Permodalan Nasional Berhad’s (PNB) plan to buy a London office building let to German bank WestLB for 265 million pounds ($424 million) has fallen through at the eleventh hour.
The 350,000 square feet Woolgate Exchange building in the City of London financial district was put up for sale after the owner of the property Irish investment manager D2 Private failed to pay a 270 million pounds loan last year.
Overseas investors like PNB have been attracted by the UK capital’s safe haven status against an uncertain global economic outlook. PNB has bought three London office properties since the start of the year, two of which were acquired from German fund KanAm for about 570 million pounds. ($1 = 0.6244 British pounds)
D2 Private bought Woolgate Exchange in 2006 for 325 million pounds. Debt financing was provided by Anglo Irish Bank Corp, now Irish Bank Resolution Corp. Credit Suisse bought the senior tranche of the debt and this is now part of a commercial mortgage backed security known as Cornerstone Titan 2006-1.
Housing staff from Derby County Council found the Gloucester Old Spot roaming around the bottom floor of the property in Kingsley Street, Sinfin, Derbsyhire, when they went to evict the tenant following complaints from neighbours.
The carpets were muddied and covered in droppings, and rooms were so full of boxes of junk that officials could not get into them.
”The tenant removed the pig and therefore no action was taken by the RSPCA.
”We are trying to trace the whereabouts of the tenant and will pursue the costs of repairs required at the property.
”The individual will not be eligible for housing with Derby Homes in the future.”
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