Average Northern Ireland house price over £162k
House prices in Northern Ireland are steady with the average home selling for around £162,914 - up 1% over the year, according to a report today.
The Ulster University housing market survey said price growth had been "relatively muted" for the third quarter in a row during January to March this year.
And the average price of £162,914 in January to March was relatively unchanged on the quarter before, with a fall of 0.4%, and only 1.2% higher than the same quarter a year earlier.
The most expensive homes were detached houses in Belfast, which had an average price of £323,003.
The cheapest dwellings were apartments in the Derry and Strabane area, with an average price of £56,333.
Overall, the most expensive council area was Lisburn and Castlereagh, with an average of £183,495, followed closely by the Causeway Coast, with an average house price of £182,460.
The Ulster University survey, produced in partnership with Progressive Building Society and the NI Housing Executive, draws data and opinions from estate agencies around Northern Ireland.