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Sell your House Fast in Lisburn

National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team who cover all areas throughout Lisburn and the surrounding districts.

Our expert local housing market knowledge, combined with our nationwide coverage and experience, means that National Homebuyers are able to offer a fast, professional and individualised service that is categorically second to none.

If you live in Lisburn and want to sell your house fast, or if you just want to avoid the hassle and stress that arises from being involved in a convoluted property chain, National Homebuyers, the expert quick house sale company can help. We buy any house in Lisburn, totally irrespective of condition, location or reason for sale. Contact us today in order to obtain your fast, no obligation valuation, following which our guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Lisburn.

Also, we are direct cash house buyers, so we offer a guaranteed house sale in Lisburn and, unlike many other companies that buy your house in Lisburn, we are able to complete in a time scale that suits you because we are completely independent of reliance on middle men on third party investors.

If you wish to sell your house in Lisburn, contact our Lisburn representatives on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above, or fill out our online form to get your offer to buy your house in Lisburn.

Regardless of where your property is located we buy any house anywhere in the UK.

Lisburn

Granted city status in 2002 as part of Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee celebrations, Lisburn is the third largest city in Northern Ireland. Lying just 8 miles southwest along the River Lagan from Belfast, Lisburn is a former borough of the capital and still constitutes part of the Metropolitan Borough of Belfast.

Lisburn House Prices & Redevelopment

Like the rest of Northern Ireland, where the housing market crash was described as among the world in the world, house prices in Lisburn have failed to gain momentum in recent years, causing fears that it will be an inordinate amount of time before they reach anything that approaches their pre-crash levels.

Planned and ongoing redevelopment projects in Lisburn are principally focused on the city centre, falling under the council’s City Centre Masterplan. Jordan Hill is a site of prospective rejuvenation, a mixed use commercial development is being installed along Linenhall Street and several additions are being made to the general transport infrastructure in the area, including increased pedestrian links and car parking availability.

Lisburn Culture & Attractions

An excellent example of the Newry Effect, Lisburn has developed a large retail sector that, largely due to its excellent transport links and location in the Dublin-Belfast Corridor, attracts large numbers of shoppers from the Republic as well as Northern Ireland. Important areas of retail activity include Bow Street Mall, Lisburn Square, the pedestrianised city centre, Sprucefield Shopping Centre and Sprucefield Retail Park.

Sport is an important part of the cultural milieu in Lisburn, with significant sporting teams including: Lisburn Distillery, Ballymacash Rangers F.C., Lisburn Rangers F.C., Downshire Young Men F.C., Lisburn Basketball Club, Lisburn Cricket Club, Lisburn Racquets Club and St Patrick’s GAA. Down Royal Racecourse is also located near the city.

Lisburn Tradition & History

Originally known as Lisnagarvey, the city derived its name for the Irish word Lios na gCearrbhach, which roughly translates to ‘ringfort of the gamblers’. However, the origin of the city’s modern name is somewhat less of a surety. Common historiographical and etymological opinion holds that the city was renamed after it was burnt during the Irish Rebellion of 1641, though there is strong evidence that the name was already in existence at the time of the rebellion.

Lisburn’s recorded history began with its development into a singular urban entity. Sir Fulke Conway was granted the lands of Killultagh in south west Country Antrim in 1611 by King James I. Lying as it does on the modern day border between Counties Antrim and Down, Lisburn, originally located on a hill at the site of what is now Hill Street, fell into the scope of this royal grant. In the 1620s Conway laid out the now familiar nucleus of Lisburn in the form of the original street plan which is still in existence today, namely at: Market Square, Bridge Street, Castle Street and Bow Street.

Conway brought over several settlers during the Ulster Plantation and, in 1623, built a church on the site where the cathedral s now located. Sir Fulke Conway’s brother Edward inherited the lands upon his death and, in 1628, he received a charter from Charles I to hold a town market in Lisburn which, as anyone who has visited the city on a Tuesday will be aware, is still extant today.

Lisburn is famous as the birthplace of the Irish linen industry, which was established in the city in 1698 by Louis Crommelin, among others. An exhibition about the Irish linen industry is now housed in the Irish Linen Centre, in the old Market House in Market Square.

Between 1954 and 1992, the Number 31 Belfast Group Royal Observer Corps, operating from a protected nuclear bunker on Knox Road within Thiepval Barracks, were responsible for issuing the famous Four Minute Warning in the event of nuclear attack. Following the end of the Cold War, the organisations were disbanded.

Like so many other areas of County Antrim, and of course across Northern Ireland as a whole, The Troubles had a profound effect on Lisburn, where several people lost their lives during the 1970s, 80s and 90s.

National Homebuyers Lisburn

If you live in Lisburn and want to sell your house fast, or if you just want to avoid the hassle and stress that arises from being involved in a convoluted property chain, National Homebuyers, the expert quick house sale company can help. We buy any house, totally irrespective of condition, location or reason for sale. Contact us today in order to obtain your fast, no obligation valuation, following which our guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house.

Also, we are direct cash house buyers, so we offer a guaranteed house sale and, unlike so many other companies that buy your house, we are able to complete in a time scale that suits you because we are completely independent of reliance on middle men or third party investors. If you wish to sell your house in Lisburn, contact our Lisburn representatives on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above, or fill out our online form to get your offer to buy your house in Lisburn.