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"Carol Bailey has been really amazing from start to finish in the whole home selling deal. she was our main port of call throughout the process. They as National Home buyers did exactly what they promised to do valued the property at a fair price. we agreed and kept there promise and time scale though […]"

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"National Homebuyers' staff were friendly and helpful and we went on to agree a sale with them; they even allowed us to change the completion date at the last minute to secure the property of our dreams."

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Sell your House Fast in Aberystwyth

National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team of local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Aberystwyth and the surrounding districts.

National Homebuyers buy homes for cash in Aberystwyth. If you are currently looking to sell your home in Aberystwyth, National Homebuyers, the quick house sale experts, can help. As a company we are committed to providing an effective, convenient and individualised service.

We endeavour to remain as informed as possible with regards to every aspect of every market in which we operate. This allows us to offer an extremely comprehensive and well informed service. We offer a fast, detailed, no obligation valuation of your property and guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your home in Aberystwyth.

We are the market leading guaranteed house buying company and we are always interested in buying homes in Aberystwyth. Contact our Aberystwyth team by telephone on 08000 443 911 or fill out our online form now in order to get your fast, no obligation valuation and guaranteed cash offer to buy your home in Aberystwyth.

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

Aberystwyth

The historic market and university town of Aberystwyth lies at the conflux of the Ystwyth and Rheidor rivers in Cerdigon, West Wales and has a population of around 16,000, excluding the 10,500 strong student population.

Aberystwyth House Prices & Redevelopment

According to Zoopla’s house prices index, the average cost of buying a house in Aberystwyth has decreased by 2.19% over the previous twelve months which, in real terms, means house buyers in Aberystwyth are now paying an average of almost £5,000 less to buy houses than they were a year ago. The stricter regulations and tougher rhetoric that has been emanating from The Bank of England lately and increasing fears over the imminence of impending interest rate rises, combined with the nationwide trend that has led to a cooling of the entire UK market as of late, make it appear that house prices in Aberystwyth are not likely to increase significantly in the near future.

Several areas of the town have recently been, or are currently being, redeveloped. The Welsh Assembly now have a brand new glass fronted office block in Llanbardan, there are new retail parks opposite the bus depot and near the railway station, the University and its satellite buildings have recently undergone refurbishment and new buildings have been added.  The flood plane between Aberystwyth and Llandbadarn has been extensively developed, the town’s one way traffic system has been rerouted and redesigned, the National Library and the Arts Centre have received significant extensions.  The area around the market hall has been pedestrianised, out of town shopping developments are being added, the promenade has been redeveloped, as has the town’s old railway station, there is a new marina and Aberystwyth now has a new town clock.

Aberystwyth Culture & Attractions

Aberystwyth has often been described as a cultural link between North and South Wales and is often regarded as the capital of Mid Wales. The regional or national offices of several public institutions are located in Aberystwyth, foremost among which is the National Library of Wales, which incorporates the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales, which maintains and curates the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW), providing the public with information about the built heritage of Wales. The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, UCAC, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, the Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, the Welsh Books Council, the offices of the standard historical dictionary of Welsh and Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru are also located in Aberystwyth.

Aberystwyth Arts Centre and Arad Goch are important centres of art and culture, the University Music Centre promotes a varied programme for instrumentalists, singers and listeners from the university and the wider community and the University chamber choir, The Elizabethan Madrigal Singers, have been singing in the town since 1950.

The funicular Aberystwyth Cliff Railway, and the Victorian Camera Obscura toward which it ascends – the largest in the world – are popular visitor attractions in Aberystwyth, as is the Parc Penglais Nature Reserve.

Aberystwyth Tradition & History

There is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area as far back as the Mesolithic Era. In the vicinity of Tan-y-Bwlch at the base of Pen Dinas, where Penparcau now stands, hunter-gatherers seem to have made weapons from flint. The remains of a Celtic fortress on Dinas Maelor evidences the fact that the site was an area of advanced inhabitation before 700 CE.

There are ruins of a mediaeval ringfort slightly south of modern day Aberystwyth, widely believed to be the castle from which Princess Nest was kidnapped. However, the traceable recorded history of Aberystwyth begins at the point when, having been granted the land by Henry I, Gilbert Fitz Richard, the famous Norman knight known as Strongbow, constructed a fortress in the area in 1109.

Following the destruction of Strongbow’s castle by the Welsh, Edward I built a formidable fortress on what is now Castle Hill. Having held the castle since 1404, Owain Glendwr finally surrendered it to the future Henry V, then ubiquitously known as Prince Harry. In 1649 Parliamentarian forces razed the castle to the ruins we now see today.

In common with other coastal areas of Britain, Aberystwyth experienced something of a tourist boom in the mid Victorian era. The railway reached Aberystwyth in 1864 and the Royal Pier opened 4 years later. The University College of Wales, the precursor to Aberystwyth University, was founded in 1872 in a derelict building that had been intended as one of the large hotels that began to be constructed in the town at this time, but which had to be abandoned due to lack of funds.

National Homebuyers Aberystwyth

If you live in Aberystwyth and wish to sell your house fast, National Homebuyers can help. We are the UK’s largest quick house buying company and we have been leading the fast purchase property market for over ten years. We buy any house in Aberystwyth, regardless of the property’s condition or location. So if you require a quick house sale in Aberystwyth, or if you want to sell your home in Aberystwyth without all the stress and hassle that can often occur when selling property, contact us today. You can call the National Homebuyers Aberystwyth house buying team on 08000 443 911 or complete our online form to get a cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Aberystwyth.