We are a family business with over 50 years experience in the property and financial markets. We decided, after our own personal experiences, to create a fixed fee estate agent that cared about their
Home & Away Properties
We are an independently run business with over 20 years experience in the property and financial markets. We have extensive knowledge of the Northern Ireland housing market and believe strongly in
Sargent Property
Richard Sargent of Sargent Property is an independent Estate Agent, not a franchise, with long standing local experience and contacts. Richard started out with Remax Property and also worked for a
Watson Property
We charge a (VAT free) 0.5% of the sale price of your property, so for example in the case of a property selling at £120,000, our final fee would be £600. Advertising is included and we do
John Minnis Estate
With three offices, located on Holywood's bustling High Street, the idyllic seaside town of Donaghadee and the vibrant village of Ballyhackamore in East Belfast, our expansive Northern Ireland
Lanyon Property
We are not just another typical Estate Agent trading off a cloned website and a suited ego! Our advanced technology allows us to market your property to buyers in a unique and methodical way. We take
Country Estates
We can offer you a free, no obligation valuation or lettings appraisal of your home, at a time to suit you. We have assembled a young and dynamic sales force with a strong local knowledge, committed
Davison Garry
Garry Davison estate agents opened their doors for the first time in 1994, making them one of the longest serving Independent Estate Agents in Glengormley. With over thirty years experience in the
Abbey Real Estate
Abbey Real Estate was established in 1999 by local man Fred Ashton. Fred was originally trained in Osborne King and Megran and has over 40 years experience in the local area, specialising in all
Hunter Campbell
HUNTER CAMPBELL was established in Larne in 1997 by Herbie Hunter and husband and wife team Nick White and Jennifer Campbell. The Carrickfergus branch followed in early 1998 and Ballyclare in 2001.