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Sell your House Fast in Bangor

National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of local housing market experts responsible for all areas in and around Bangor.

National Homebuyers national presence, combined with our representatives’ local expertise, means that National Homebuyers can offer an unrivalled service to anyone looking to sell property in Bangor. Because we are direct cash house buyers, not only do you receive 100% of the sale price of your property in Bangor, but there is also absolutely no risk from property chains or any causes that could make the sale fall through.

Contact our Bangor representatives by telephone on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now in order to get your cash offer to buy your house in Bangor.

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


Lying near the Menai Straight in North Wales, in the shadow of its eponymous Mountain, the cathedral and university city of Bangor lies in Gwynedd and has a population of around 17,500, making it one of the UK’s smallest cities.

Bangor House Prices & Redevelopment

The housing market in Bangor seems to be relatively stable at present, though this stability could be viewed as stagnation. Though there are obviously contradictory anecdotal examples, at present house price inflation in Bangor is flatlining and the average Bangor property currently sits on the market for 324 days.

If you live in Bangor and are unwilling to wait the greater part of a year to sell your home, contact National Homebuyers, the market leading fast purchase property company today.

The town centre is currently undergoing a period of rejuvenation under the Bangor Town Centre Masterplan, which is intended to extensively redevelop Queen’s Parade, Abbey Street, Main Street, High Street and Hamilton Street, as well as the waterfront, promenade and marina over the next few years. Pickie Fun Park will also be redeveloped and other regeneration works are intended to take place throughout the town centre.

Bangor Culture, Attractions & Things to Do

Bangor is one of the smallest cities in Britain, with a population of around 17,500, excluding the 10,000 strong population of the city’s famous Bangor University. Again, excluding the student population, over 46% of Bangor speaks Welsh. While this figure is actually quite low for North Wales, and for Gwynedd in particular, it still shows that the indigenous language is still widely represented in the locality.

Bangor boasts the second longest pier in Wales, Garth Pier, and also purports that its High Street is the longest in the UK. The High Street constitutes the heart of the central shopping district in Bangor, while Caernarfon Road, located in the city’s periphery, is also home to a large number of retail outlets, one of which, St. David’s Retail Park, stands on the former site of the St David’s maternity hospital. More central retail complexes include the Deiniol and Menai shopping centres.

The Gwynedd Museum and Arts Gallery is an important cultural hub and the Pontio Arts Complex, which is due to open in the Autumn, promises to be another.

Bangor Tradition & History

Bangor takes its name from the Old Welsh word for a wattled enclosure. Though the Cathedral is a much later addition, the Bishopric of Bangor is one of the oldest in the United Kingdom, dating back to the Celtic saint Deiniol, who founded a monastery on the site in the early 6th century CE. The most widely accepted date of 525 CE would mean that the diocese is 70 years older than Canterbury. Deiniol’s actual consecration as Bishop is believed to have occurred in 546 CE. The Welsh ruler Owain ap Gruffudd (better known as Owain Gwynedd), King of Gwynedd and the first Prince of Wales, is entombed at Bangor Cathedral.

National Homebuyers Bangor

Experts in the quick house sale sector, National Homebuyers are direct cash house buyers. Unlike other companies that buy your house in Bangor, we buy your house in Bangor directly from you and we buy homes for cash in Bangor, with no middle men, no property chain and, therefore, no stress or hassle. Following a fast, no obligation valuation of your property we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer, allowing you to sell your house fast in Bangor. Contact our Bangor representatives by telephone on 008000 443 911 or

Contact our Bangor representatives by telephone on 008000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now in order to get your cash offer to buy your house in Bangor.