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  • Five Warrenpoint Sea-View Opportunities Listed at the Same Time

    2nd March 2020

    5 Warrenpoint Sales in the Same Location? Coincidence? Yes! Prime seaview dwellings and sites do not often come to the market in the Warrenpoint area, but in a relatively short space of time, five opportunities have become available which has become something of a talking point locally. Garry B...

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  • Best Property Services Finance Minister Conor Murphy Chamber of Commerce

    Finance Minister Conor Murphy talks with Newry Chamber Board and Members

    27th February 2020

    Image L-R: Garry Best, Edwina Flynn Best Property Services, Finance Minister Conor Murphy, CEO Newry Mourne District Council, Marie Ward at the Newry Chamber of Commerce Trade event hosted by Norbrook at the Ballyedmond Suite. Best Property Services MD Garry Best, and Operations Director E...

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  • Latest Housing Figures Show the Value of Homes in Newry and Mourne are 5 Percent Higher than the Northern Ireland Average

    25th February 2020

    Our Senior Residential Sales / Valuer and Negotiator Adrian Doran takes a look at the figures and what they mean for buyers, vendors and investors in the greater Newry area.

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  • Farming Life: The Changing Value of an Acre

    6th February 2020

    Garry Best, Director of Best Property Services and head of the Land Division explores the changing value of an acre of land over 33 years - and asks , 'How good an investment is land?' Taking into account the changing use of land over three decades and the evolution of the land 'buyer profile'.

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  • 2019: The Residential Year in Review

    16th January 2020

    As we settle into the New Year, Best Property Services have reported a positive close to 2019 with residential figures drawing level with Q4 2018, despite the market being unsettled during Q3. A quieter Q3 benefitted from a last minute boost to figures in Q4, which left the year end transaction levels looking positive. In excess of £18M of residential property passed hands with the majority from resale properties reports Siobhan Philips, Senior Residential Sales & Lettings Negotiator & New Homes Agent.

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