The above phrase is not just the title of a classic 80s ballad (Cher, for those that are interested), but also my fervent wish to resolve so many of the issues that affect the recovery of our economy and property in particular.
An investment opportunity prominently located on Belfast’s bustling Botanic Avenue has come to the market and selling agents, Osborne King, expect keen interest in the property which houses the award-winning Boojum Mexican Burrito Bar.
We have selected TinyLife, the premature baby charity, as our charity partner for 2017 and will be both organising and participating in a range of fund-raising events
For the fifth consecutive year, Osborne King came top of the poll for hotel and leisure deals in Northern Ireland during 2016 according to figures published by Estates Gazette magazine in its annual EGi’s Most Active Agents 2016 competition. The results are based purely on the number of transactions undertaken by a property agent during the year.
A development site with full planning permission for 21 new homes outside Saintfield is now on the market, and selling agents, Osborne King, expect strong interest from local developers keen to acquire a prime piece of residential development land.
Napoleon reputedly said that we are a nation of shopkeepers, however contrary to popular belief, the phrase did not originate with Napoleon and was first coined in “The Wealth of Nations’ by Adam Smith” in 1776.