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Turning Point better than ever for finding a new home

Ivan Henry and Sarah Boyd from Turning Point Properties

Well established property sales and letting agent, Turning Point Properties Enniskillen has relaunched its brand, and is now better than ever.
Ivan Henry first established the business in 2004, and has gathered valuable experience that now leads clients to find their perfect home.
New partner Sara Boyd, originally from Fivemiletown, has a vast portfolio of experience having worked in London, Edinburgh and Belfast. Sara graduated from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh and qualified with a degree in Urban Planning and Property Development and has introduced a modern twist to the company, and is excited to use her wide knowledge of the property market here in Fermanagh.

“I have been here a few weeks, and we have revamped the office, with new furniture and a very fresh look. We are now in a state of the art office and we have made big changes.” “Over the past 18 months, things have started to pick up in the property market as house prices are starting to increase and we are finding that we are getting a lot of investment from the East of the province which is great to see.”

“Fermanagh is a great retirement place, and people are relocating to the area to downsize. The property market in Fermanagh is definitely moving in a positive direction, as there are several new housing developments under construction which is fantastic to see,” explained Sara.
Along with a fresh new office, the new look Turning Point Properties website is going live next Wednesday with a big emphasis on the online side of business.

Customers can also avail of special offers during the company’s promotional week from Tuesday April 11th, until Thursday 13th from 5pm-8pm.
Visit www.turningpointproperties.co.uk or pop into the office on 23 Belmore Street , Enniskillen to find the perfect property.

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