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  • Buy a Wood and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    9th July 2019

    With so much commentary in the press highlighting potential ‘climate chaos’ and the environment lobby urging government, businesses and individuals to reduce our emissions, there’s an emerging buzzword in agriculture, ‘Carbon Farming’. With this in mind, eco conscious buyers might find the prospect of a 25 acre wood on the market an intriguing prospect.

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  • Changing Land Use and the Rise of Carbon Farming

    9th July 2019

    In the latest in a series of articles for Farming Week, Garry Best explores the changing environment for Land Sale and the Rise of Carbon Farming.

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  • Greater Newry Area Awards - Finalist

    11th June 2019

    We are delighted to be listed as a Finalist for this years' Newry Chamber of Commerce Greater #Newry Area Business Awards 2019. Best Property Services are in the running for two categories; Best Small Business and Best Customer Service (Ind). We'd like to wish all the businesses involved the ve...

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  • Exclusive Guild Status for Best Property Services

    4th June 2019

    Best Property Services is proud to announce that it has been awarded exclusive Membership of The Guild of Property Professionals. Guild Membership is only granted to one agent in a given area and Best Property Services are proud to have been selected for this prestigious membership for the Newry region.

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  • Commerical Review Q1, 2019 - Lack of Availability Contributing to Pent Up Demand

    20th May 2019

    Best Property Services Commercial department have reported strong interest in industrial and office market, but in general there is a lack of availability of commercial premises coming onto market in Q1 2019 which is contributing to pent up demand in some sectors.

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