PropertyPal Area Price Tracker

See the typical house price in any area across Northern Ireland

  • Antrim and Newtownabbey
  • Ards and North Down
  • Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon
  • Belfast
  • Causeway Coast and Glens
  • Derry City and Strabane
  • Fermanagh and Omagh
  • Lisburn and Castlereagh
  • Mid Ulster
  • Mid and East Antrim
  • Newry, Mourne and Down

    Select a council and electoral (e.g. Belfast > Titanic) from the dropdowns above to view sold prices in your specific location.

    Our Area Price Tracker

    Buying a house is probably the biggest financial commitment you'll make in your life and you deserve to be informed and have confidence in every decision you make along the way.

    That's why we're introducing PropertyPal's new Price Tracker; showing you local property prices across almost 80 electoral areas in Northern Ireland and tracking prices from 2005 to the present day.

    This is the only place where you'll find this level of information on local house prices and market trends, empowering your choices when it comes to buying and selling.

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    Trend Setting

    On each Property listing you'll find a new Area Price Tracker tab, which shows you the median transaction price of a home in this area, along with the number of homes sold in this area.

    You'll be able to track the prices for all house types (detached, semi-detached, terrace, apartment) from 2005 and see how this particular house compares to the wider area.

    You'll love this if: You're a potential buyer who wants to know what you're likely to pay in a certain area, or if you're a homeowner who wants to understand the potential value of your property.

    Property Hotspots

    As well as price trends, we're also showing you sales data - how many homes have sold in a certain area, every year from 2005. We rank the popularity of the location against others within the larger 'council area' to help you understand sales activity and overall demand.

    You'll love this if: You're a potential buyer moving to a new area, wanting to gauge demand, or a homeowner who wants to know how popular your home might be if you were to sell.

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    Price Tracker Market Insights

    Market Insights

    In addition to the information available on our website, we can also provide unique market insights to a range of businesses and organisations including banks, lenders, house builders, property developers, estate agents and surveyors.

    Using our data and insight, our research team can provide comprehensive bespoke information that will help support strategic decisions for your business. If you want to find out more about these services, please contact our Marketing Team by email [email protected]


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    *Note: Dataset is compiled by PropertyPal using a combination of public data from the official NI House Price Index publication, released by Land & Property Services in conjunction with the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency, and supplemented with data collected by PropertyPal. The NI House Price Index can be accessed here. The data has been cleansed to remove anomalies and statistical analysis undertaken by PropertyPal to comprise a timely and backdated consistent series to 2005. Locations provided are based on the latest electoral area boundaries provided by the District Electoral Areas Commissioner and can be accessed here.