Sell House Fast Burnley
National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team responsible for all areas throughout Burnley and the surrounding regions.
National Homebuyers unparalleled local housing market expertise allows us to offer the most comprehensive and effective house buying service in Burnley. What is more, we buy any house in Burnley, regardless of the condition or location of your home and irrespective of your reason for selling. Following the provision of a fast, detailed and no obligation valuation of your property, we guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Burnley. Contact the National Homebuyers house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons at the top of the page or complete our online form to get a cash offer to buy your house in Burnley.
Burnley House Prices & Redevelopment
According to Rightmove’s house price index, the average cost of buying houses in Burnley is down 6% on the average price home buyers were paying this time last year. What is more, there are no signs of the market improving anytime soon. Burnley has been singled out several times recently as the most affordable place to live in the UK. Average house prices are 2.9% higher than average earnings and several stories have hit the press in the past few years that point out, although highly anecdotally, that some properties in the area can be picked up for as little as £8,000!
Although the town has struggled to cope with the effects of deindustrialisation, Burnley was awarded the Enterprising Britain award for the ‘Most Enterprising Area in the UK’ from the coalition government in 2013, thanks largely to several large regeneration projects, including a direct rail link to Manchester, an aerospace supply village and the multi-million pound ‘On The Banks’ scheme.
Burnley Culture & Economy
As well as its enchanting canal system, which includes one of the seven wonders of Britain’s waterways, the Straight Mile, Burnley boasts two major landmarks that are, chronologically speaking, worlds apart.
Some of Towneley Hall dates from the 15th Century and served as the manorial seat of the Towneley family since the early 14th Century; while the Singing Ringing Tree, a 3m tall wind-powered sound sculpture, and panopticon, was constructed in 2006. Towneley Hall and the Elizabethan Gawthorpe Hall, both contain historical museums. Other museums in Burnley are the Visitor Centre and the Museum of Local History, located in the historic surroundings of the Weaver’s Triangle and Queen Street Mill Textile Museum, which is the world’s only steam driven cotton weaving shed still in existence.
With major nightspots including BB11, Barcode, Fusion, Koko’s, The Mix, Pharaoh’s, Posh, Rewind, Smackwater Jacks, Inside-Out, Sanctuary Rock Bar, and the show bar Guys as Dolls, Burnley is a major centre of nightlife and clubbing in the North West.
The public sector is currently the town’s largest employer, with 31.2% of the working age population working in public administration, education, and health; while manufacturing, though not the dominant force it once was, accounts for 21.9% of Burnley’s employment levels, with these manufacturers working in highly specialised industries, such as aerospace and digital technology.
Burnley is home to several industrial and business parks, including Heasandford, Rossendale Road, Healeywood Industrial Estates, Network 65, Shuttleworth Mead, Smallshaw & Chestnut, Elm Street, Gannow. Burnham Gate and the upcoming Burnley Bridge.
Burnley Tradition & History
Located at the conflux of the Rivers Calder and Brun, the market town of Burnley has been inhabited since the Stone Age and served as a thoroughfare, but not a settlement, during the Roman occupation. During Medieval times, what would be recognisable as the bare skeleton of the settlement that eventually developed into Burnley could be seen in the formation of several manorial farming hamlets, interspersed by royal forests.
As with many other northern towns, Burnley began to develop space in the midst of the Industrial Revolution, at which time the town became one of the most important mill towns in Lancashire, a major engineering centre and one of the largest producers of cotton cloth on Earth. Due largely to the post-industrial nature of Burnley’s economic and geographical landscapes, the town has come to be ever increasingly viewed as a dormitory suburb of Manchester, Leeds and the M62 corridor.
National Homebuyers Burnley
If you want to sell your home in Burnley and wish to receive a stress and hassle free service that allows you to sell your house fast, contact National Homebuyers. We are a long established, direct property buyers who buy houses for cash in Burnley, eliminating complicated, costly and delay creating property chains. We buy any house in Burnley, regardless of the property’s condition or location, and we can help you achieve a quick house sale in Burnley. Call the National Homebuyers house buying team on 08000 443 911 or