A new Irish company is trying to expand the leasing business in Cork by offering the first lease agreement in the country.
The company, Cork-based R2L Property Management, says it is the first of its kind in Ireland.
The firm’s chief executive, Paul McQuade, said: “We’re a real estate company that has been here for a while and we have the capacity to serve all sectors in the city.”
Mr McQuades team is already in place and already has the backing of a number of companies.
He said the lease deal is aimed at attracting new tenants to the city centre.
He added that the new business model will allow the firm to offer a wider range of rental properties to tenants.
R2 L Property Management will be based in a building on Cork’s Central Quay.
“Our vision is to provide affordable, secure and professional leasing opportunities for renters in Cork,” Mr McQade said.
“It will be a good way to attract people who don’t normally rent in the centre of the city but want to be in the heart of it.” “
R2 will also be providing advice and information to new tenants. “
It will be a good way to attract people who don’t normally rent in the centre of the city but want to be in the heart of it.”
R2 will also be providing advice and information to new tenants.
He added: “There are plenty of great opportunities in Cork to lease. “
What we are offering is a secure way of renting and also a great way to get your foot in the door.”
R1L Properties said it is looking for tenants in Cork, Cork Bay, Co Kildare and Cork City. “
People are coming here for jobs, they want to live somewhere close to their workplace, and there are also opportunities to live in the same building with a lot more people and to have the same lifestyle.”
R1L Properties said it is looking for tenants in Cork, Cork Bay, Co Kildare and Cork City.
Mr Mcquade said that Cork has become the “first Irish city to launch its own leasing business”.
He said that R2 would be an example for other cities.
He stressed that the company has no financial interest in the new company.
“I’m not a commercial landlord, I just do it because I believe it is important for the city,” Mr Macquade added.
“If it works, then we’ll be a big part of that.”
R6L Properties, a property developer based in Donegal, also has a leasing office in Cork.
The new company will look to expand its business in Dublin by offering lease agreements for properties in the Dublin suburb of Dun Laoghaire and in the Cork city centre by offering leases to tenants in the nearby suburbs of Finglas, Clonskeagh and Ballymore.
“The market is changing very quickly, and it is a lot harder to find a space to rent in Cork than it is in Dublin,” said R6’s director of leasing, Michael Hickey.
“This will give people more options and give them a better opportunity to live and work in Dublin.”
The company’s chief financial officer, David Feltus, said the company’s goal was to offer leases in the inner city areas of Dublin and Cork, as well as to build a business from the outer suburbs of the capital.
“A lot of landlords are looking at Cork and Dublin, but we are not looking at just Cork,” he said.
The Cork-born Mr Mcqades is the founder of R2 Properties.
Mr Feltes added: ‘We want to offer tenants the best possible services, and to help the city’s business community thrive.
We’re looking at a lot in Cork that is growing, and a lot going on in Dublin that is shrinking.” “
Cork and Dublin are a great combination.
We’re looking at a lot in Cork that is growing, and a lot going on in Dublin that is shrinking.”
R5L Properties is based in the capital city of Dublin, and has the option to lease properties in Cork Bay and the north Dublin suburb Donegal.
“For me, Dublin is where the future is,” said Mr Fettles chief financial Officer, James O’Leary.
R3L Properties will also offer leases to properties in Donella, Kilkenny, Kildairn and Banchory. “
Rents in Cork are rising, so it is very exciting to see a company looking to grow in Cork.”
R3L Properties will also offer leases to properties in Donella, Kilkenny, Kildairn and Banchory.
Mr O’Leeson said that the lease agreement for the Kildale properties is in its early stages, and that it would likely be for a couple of years.
He told The Irish News: “If we manage to build the business, then there is a possibility for the whole business to grow.”
R8L Properties and R6 are based in Dublin.
The Dublin-based firm, which operates from a warehouse on a vacant