Thanks to affordable house prices and a low cost of living, the birthplace of the Titanic has long been a popular destination for young people seeking to step up onto the property ladder.
Belfast is a key gateway into the rest of the country: two airports, good rail links and an extensive road network make it a dream for commuters. That’s why Belfast is the second-most populous city in all of Ireland.
Food and nightlife
Areas in the centre of the city like Queen’s Quarter are hotspots for young professionals. Surrounding the lavish, affordable apartment blocks in Belfast are quality restaurants and a thriving pub scene for those who enjoy an after-work pint. There is also a wealth of student bars for the thrifty spender.
Get a great deal on your mortgage in Belfast
To get the best possible deal on your new Belfast home, you’ll find the top local mortgage advisors below. With their unrivalled knowledge of the area and market, you can afford the home of your dreams.
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