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Lisney, Ireland’s largest independently-owned property advisory company, has launched a new podcast series which offers another way for clients and property enthusiasts to stay connected to the latest news in all aspects of the Irish property market. 

The ‘Lisney Property Podcast’ features weekly episodes which can be found on the firm’s website and across all other social media platforms. Featuring a host of Lisney experts operating across all aspects of the property market, each episode offers a unique insight into how the market has responded to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and what can be expected into Q3 2020. 

Featured episodes turn a spotlight on the following operational areas:

  • Residential
  • Lettings 
  • Industrial
  • Development Land
  • Offices
  • Retail
  • Licensed & Leisure 
  • The property market in Cork 
  • The property market under Covid conditions featuring MD David Byrne

You can download each episode as they are released below or you can find them on Spotify and Apple Podcasts

 

01 - Lettings Market Update - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/lettings_market_update_082020.mp3

 

02 - Retail Market Update - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/retail_market_update_082020.mp3

 

03 - Industrial Market Update - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/industrial_market_update_082020.mp3

 

04 - The property market in Cork - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/cork_market_update_082020.mp3

 

05 - The Residential Market - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/residential_market_update_082020.mp3

 

06 - The Office Market - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/office_market_update_082020.mp3

 

07 - The Development Land Market - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/development_market_update_082020.mp3

 

08 - A view of the property market in Ireland - www.lisneymedia.com/podcasts/property_market_update_082020.mp3

 

 

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