Happy Customers

"I had been caring for my Mother for a number of years and the thought of selling my property using an Estate Agent was a hassle that I did not feel able to cope with."

Mrs J, Lydney, Gloucestershire

"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 […]"

Mrs. H, Devon

Sell House Fast Derby

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

If you are looking to sell property in Derby and like the idea of a quick house sale, contacting National Homebuyers, could very well be your best option. We buy any house in Derby and we are always interested in purchasing property in the Derby area.

National Homebuyers strive to stay one step ahead of all other companies that buy houses in Derby, and we have several methods of doing so. One of the things that sets us apart from the competition is that we buy your house in Derby directly from you.

As a consequence we do not have to rely on profiteering middlemen; nor do we have to wait on long, complicated property chains to allow us to complete the transaction. This allows us to guarantee you a fast property sale in Derby.

The second factor that distinguishes us from other companies who buy houses in Derby is that we endeavour to keep our knowledge of each local market in which we operate as up to date as possible. One of our main objectives is to maintain our position as a national company with a local presence.

Contact the National Homebuyers Derby purchasing team on 08000 443 911 or fill out our online form to sell your house fast to National Homebuyers – UK property buyers


Lying on the banks of the River Derwent, Derby is a city in the East Midlands with an approximate population of just under a quarter of a million people. As the home of the first factory on Earth, Lombe’s Mill, Derby is widely considered to have been the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

Derby House Prices

While it is true that house prices in Derby have generally outperformed those in the rest of the East Midlands, the fact is that the East Midlands is a generally poorly performing area of the country in terms of house price inflation.

Annual house price inflation in some areas of the city approached 11% earlier this year, while more general figures suggested that the average rate of increase across Derby as a whole was around 5%. However, these rates of house price rises have failed to sustain themselves.

The most recent figures suggest that house prices in the city are relatively close to stagnant at the moment, with some indices indicating that they are actually beginning to depreciate.

Derby Culture & Things to Do

The city has several areas, features and local landmarks which are of specific interest for various different reasons. Some of the most famous of these include the Cathedral Quarter and Derby Cathedral itself, Darley Abbey, Derby Arboretum, Derby Canal, Derby Museum and Art Gallery, the Industrial Museum located on the site of the old Silk Mill, St Mary’s Church, the remains of Derby Friargate Station, Markeaton Park Light Railway, Derby County FC’s home ground Pride Park Stadium, St Helen’s House, the Derby Catacombs, the Intu shopping centre, Saint Benedict Catholic School and the Royal Crown Derby Museum and Factory.

As well as many museums, galleries and theatres, the city is also home to an annual open-air concert in Darley Park, the largest of its kind in the UK. Derby Arboretum is also the oldest public park in the country and is widely held to have served as the inspiration for New York’s Central Park.

The city also possesses a thriving nightlife and retail industry, primarily centred on Cathedral Quarter, St Peter’s Quarter and the Intu Shopping Centre.

Derby Tradition & History

Some topologists claim Derby takes its name from the Roman fort of Derventio, which lay in the vicinity at the beginning of the first millennium CE, while others claim it takes its name from the Danish word for ‘deer park’, while still others believe the name derives from the Anglo-Saxon Deoraby – ‘Village of the Deer’. Either way, despite its ancient origins, Derby did not rise to prominence until the world’s first water powered silk mill was constructed there in 1717. From that point on, Derby held a central position as a centre for manufacturing and engineering, a position that continues, though to a lesser extent, to this day. Industry is generally more specialised and the economy has diversified to include a wealth of other sectors, yet Derby remains proud of its industrial past.

National Homebuyers Derby

If you live in Derby and want to sell your house fast, contact National Homebuyers, the market leading quick house sale experts. We buy homes for cash in Derby. Specialising in quick house sale services, we can provide you with a fast, no obligation valuation and a guaranteed cash offer to buy your property in Derby. We buy any house and we will take the hassle out of selling your home in Derby and enable you to sell your house fast in Derby. We buy any house in Derby, regardless of condition or location.

Even getting in touch with us is simple. Call our Derby representatives on 08000 443 911 or fill out our online enquiry form in order to get your cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your home in Derby.