Average house prices in Northern Ireland have risen by 10.7% over the year, with the average house now costing £176,131.
The figures were released in the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency’s (Nisra) latest House Price Index report for the most recent quarter.
The index – which uses stamp duty information on home sales recorded by HMRC – covers July to September.
It showed that the house price index rose by 4.1% between April – June 2022 and July – September.
Figures show that 6,402 homes were sold in the third quarter of this year.
The cheapest average house price across Northern Ireland was found in Derry City and Strabane where the average was £155,593.
Meanwhile, the most expensive average house prices were found in Lisburn and Castlereagh at £206,569.
According to the Index, the average house price in Belfast is £163,942.
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/revealed-northern-ireland-house-prices-increase-by-107-in-latest-figures-42148756.html Revealed: Northern Ireland house prices increase by 10.7% in latest figures