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Lisburn is a bustling city and the 3rd biggest in Northern Ireland, yet is only being 8 miles away from Belfast. With an industrial heritage and a formerly world-renowned linen industry, Lisburn continues to be a centre of enterprise and investment in Northern Ireland, with the highest inward investment of any city outside Belfast. With low unemployment and some of the best healthcare in the country, Lisburn is a popular place to live. Reallymoving has helped over 160 people move in the area in the last year alone.
Lisburn has plenty of historic and old buildings and is also full of new properties, especially in its suburbs. When moving into one of these properties it is often useful to get a HomeBuyer Report from a local Chartered Surveyor in order to ensure that there are no flaws or faults that might reduce the value of the property or lead to problems in the future. At reallymoving you will receive competitive quotes from quality regulated surveyors in the area to make sure that you can choose the right surveyor to fit your needs.
Once you are settled in, why not explore the attractions Lisburn has to offer? With a town centre filled with high-street brands, places of historic interest such as Christ Church cathedral and the Irish Linen centre and Lisburn Museum, and the new Lagan valley LeisurePlex, Lisburn is a vibrant town with plenty to do.
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