We’ve been industry leaders for almost 90 years, so you can trust us to guide you though any area of the Northern Irish property market. We offer a full range of services with one overall goal — making you feel at home. Here’s what we do.
We attain the highest professional valuation standards as prescribed by the RICS Red Book, for the purpose of reviewing existing secured assets, financial accounts, initial public offerings, and legal purposes.
Rent Reviews, Lease Renew
As market leaders, our team of chartered surveyors has vast experience in all property matters, unique market knowledge and superior technical ability. We can act for either party in negotiating rent reviews and lease renewals or support you in court.
Lisney was originally founded as a rating advisory company in 1934, so we’ve been reducing rates for Irish companies for nearly 90 years. We’ll reduce the cost of you doing business.
If you’re looking to buy or rent any kind of commercial property, our experienced surveyors and agents will guide you through any acquisition process quickly and efficiently.
Our office team specialises in the leasing, disposal and acquisition of office assets throughout Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
We have a proven track record of closing successful deals on competitive terms. We will organise a targeted marketing campaign, find occupiers, carry out viewings and co-ordinate all negotiations
Our Belfast team specialises in the leasing, disposal and acquisition of industrial assets throughout Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
Our extensive knowledge ranges from prime high street retail units to shopping centres and out of town retail parks.
Our service is provided through specialist personnel with extensive expertise, and we have been involved in some of the most important transactions in the marketplace.
News & Insights
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