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  • Land is always a sound investment

    Land – from £2K to £20K per acre over 40 years

    1st February 2023

    2021 was the first year during which land prices started to achieve and exceed 20,000 per acre with some regularity,and looking at the year just past, 2022 continued the trend. However, it was not just the smaller holdings under 25 acres which could realise this new watershed, but larger farms ...

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  • Residential Year End Review 2022

    24th January 2023

    DESPITE a turbulent housing market and rising mortgage rates, 2022 saw growing year-on-year demand from buyers and sellers in Newry and Mourne, with property listings increasing by over 40 per cent from the previous period. New build homes continue to be in high demand, with housing developments...

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  • Should I buy now or wait and rent? Ten things you need to know about the Northern Ireland property market

    7th December 2022

    With the ongoing cost-of-living crisis and general market instability, buying a property in Northern Ireland can feel like a minefield. Our senior valuer, Adrian Doran outlines what to keep in mind when considering buying, selling or renting a home in the current climate.

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  • Farmland Prices in an Upward Curve

    25th April 2022

    When the Land Team in the Irish Farmers Journal (IFJ) compile their annual survey each year of agricultural land prices, it is always interesting to note the average across the 26 counties - in 2021 Euro €11,966/acre, which is an increase of 16% over 2020. In the north, the IFJ survey shows a 14% rise in prices since 2020 with the average at £11,444/acre.  In the North, land is €1,347/acre higher than the South (based on 85p S/€).

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  • Farming in a Different World

    14th February 2022

    In the latest in a series of articles for Farming Life, Garry Best MD looks at two unique farming case studies in China, which were shared at the Oxford Farming Conferences Jan 2022. One looks at a People's Commune approach and the other at 'urban farmers' who travel from the City each day to their small Greenhouse farm some 30 minutes away.

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