Posted on Wednesday, 17 August 2016 in Property by Peter Morrison

After the Euros we have been catching our breath before the new Premier League season kicks off.

The  property market is similar.....we are half way through the selling season,  the summer holidays are upon us resulting in a natural lull in the property market.  Now, however is the time to up your game and start warming up for the second half of the property selling season.

September will see an increase in potential purchasers  trying to score...

Exciting New Development In Killyleagh

Posted on Tuesday, 16 August 2016 in Buying, New Developments, Property by Erin Johnston


Prices starting from £159,950

Modern Country Living In The Heart Of Co. Down

Comber Road, Killyleagh Coming Soon!

Situated amidst the picturesque Killyleagh countryside and the peaceful shores of Strangford Lough, this prestigious new development is set to be one of the most sought after addresses this side of the Ards Peninsula.  An...

Thanks a 'Ton'

Posted on Saturday, 30 April 2016 in Property by Victoria Pinkerton

For over a decade Pinkertons has enjoyed helping buyers and sellers alike across North Down with unprecedented success.

We feel this success is largely due to our wonderful clients both past and present. Not only have you given us your business, you have also spoken highly of our professional, friendly service to friends, family and colleagues.

Pinkertons certainly don’t take this loyalty for granted; in fact we want to reward you for it. If you have been or are...

First Impressions Count

Posted on Friday, 22 April 2016 in Property by Victoria Pinkerton

Your front garden is likely to be the first thing that a prospective buyer will see. Make sure that the first impression is a positive one. A well-presented interesting garden will add value to your property, a little work and investment now could mean that you achieve a quicker sale and the best possible price for your house.

1. Remove...

Love At First Sight When A Buyer Views Your Home

Posted on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 in Property by Chris Sharp

Northern Ireland home buyers are a decisive bunch when it comes to property, with 25% of homeowners only requiring one viewing of a property before purchasing it, a study by My Home Move has revealed.

This decisive nature of buyers means that for sellers, the first property viewing to take place is often the most vital in securing a sale, and must be adequately prepared for.

Getting your property in shape for a property viewing needn’t be a difficult task. It’s...