Trending Articles

Trending Articles

05 January 2018
Retail is rapidly changing. Whilst many retailers have embraced the changes, it is the landlords who now need to be agile and smart particularly in the area of technology and the consumer experience. It’s a competitive commercial environment, and going forward, landlords will need to provide attractive propositions in order to attract prospective retail clients to their schemes.

Relevancy is key as retail trends impact on commercial property expectations. Below, we explore the five key trends that are emerging for 2018.

13 November 2017
Staging a home before selling it seems like a fancy extravagance to an outsider, but to those in the trade, it’s a simple economic decision. Houses that are professionally staged sell quicker than houses that aren’t – and they achieve a higher price too.

A US study showed that staged houses sell almost six times faster, while our own Lisney agents have seen that staged houses – particularly towards the luxury end of the market – achieve higher prices than unstaged properties.

Niamh De Barra is one of Ireland’s leading interior designers and home stagers. Along with her business partner and fellow interiors guru Sinead Considine, Niamh runs The Interiors Project – and has years of experience when it comes to home staging.

31 January 2017

There’s just something about the Howth Road and the surrounding areas that makes it amongst the most sought-after in the country when it comes to property. Stretching from Fairview to Howth, the road brings you through some of the popular residential locations like Clontarf, Killester, Raheny, Sutton and out to the fishing village of Howth.

The demand for property is why Lisney chose Howth Road as the location for their new office. And it will be selling houses along the road from Clontarf, Killester and everything along the Howth Road through Sutton Cross.

11 April 2016

Anyone who grew up in Dundrum in the 80s probably remembers going to Wally Wabbits or playing down the old Pye walkway as a kid. Dundrum, once an outpost of the capital, has come into its own and the folks who got their first BMX from Joe Daly’s and hung out in the Dundrum Bowl still want to live there in their droves.

Of course, it helps that Dundrum has been reinvented as a shopping hub, not to mention the extension of the M50 and the arrival of the Luas.

Our Blog


Welcome to our blog page where we provide helpful articles for buyers and sellers of property in Ireland. Our industry professionals will also share their experience of the property market in Ireland and of their local areas.