Sell House Fast Durham
National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team comprised of highly experienced local housing market experts covering all areas in and around Durham.
At National Homebuyers, we make it our business to be as informed as possible on every aspect of the entire property market in every area in which we operate.
If you are looking to sell your home in Durham, you can rest assured that, with us, you will sell your house fast. National Homebuyers, the quick house sale experts, will provide you with a fast, no obligation valuation and guaranteed cash offer to buy your home in Durham.
We buy any house in Durham, regardless of your circumstances or the condition or location of your property. We are one of the leading Durham house buyers and for the past ten years, we have been able to offer Durham residents the most effective, convenient, personalised service possible.
Contact our dedicated Durham house buying team on 08000 443 911, Request a Call Back or fill out our online form in order to sell your house fast in Durham.
Lying on the River Wear just south of Newcastle and north of Darlington, Durham is the county town of the eponymous County Durham and has a population of around 88,000.
Durham House Prices
The Durham housing market has been something of a mixed bag of late. This is reflected in the discrepancies in the house price data offered by various companies. Rightmove place average annual house price inflation in Durham at around 4%, while Zoopla’s ZedIndex states that house values in the area have depreciated over the past twelve months and Home.co.uk records house prices in Durham as stagnant.
The discrepancies in samples and data collection methods notwithstanding, these conflicting figures point to the fact that the Durham housing market shows wide variation across particular regions. Local residents will be well aware of this and will understand that there is very little point in comparing properties in, for instance, Lowes Court with Minster Court. Overall, prices in the city are still some way below the peak levels they reached before the financial crisis and subsequent housing market crash.
Durham Culture & Attractions
Durham’s famous university means there is a large student population in the city and an associated vibrant nightlife exists in the area. However, it is also an architectural attractive city with a rich cultural heritage, where you could just as easily wile away your time on a pleasure boat trip down the Wear as enjoy the lively nightlife and wealth of restaurants and shopping venues.
Besides the Castle and Cathedral, both founded in the 11th century, notable landmarks in Durham include Chorister School, Crook Hall, Elvet Bridge, Framwellgate Bridge, Kepier Hospital, Kingsgate Bridge, Prebends Bridge, St Giles Church, the Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Durham Heritage Centre, St. John’s College Chapel, St. John’s College itself, now Bistro 21, Bishop Cosin’s Hall, Cosin’s Library, the Crown Court, St Cuthbert’s Society, St Oswald’s Church, the Railway viaduct on North Road, the Town Hall and the Guildhall in Market Place, Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County, Durham Observatory, The Chapel of the College of St Hild and St Bede and The Victoria public house on Hallgarth Street.
Durham Tradition & History
Though settlement in the area can be traced back around 4,000 years, the recorded history of Durham began in 955, when a group of monks from Lindisfarne removed St Cuthbert’s remains there due to the security they believed was offered by the area’s high grounded peninsula and subsequently founded a church there. The fact that St Bede was already interned in Durham led to it becoming a major spiritual centre in the Medieval period. In fact, until St Thomas Becket was martyred, Durham was the most important religious site in the country.
Durham’s location led to it being a militarily important site in the perpetual wars that continued throughout the Middle Ages and the famous Battle of Neville’s Cross took place near the city. Durham became a major centre of the coal industry during the Industrial Revolution, when the erosion of the powers of the ‘Prince Bishop by Divine Providence of Durham’ led to rapid modernisation of the city. Durham also became the site of the world’s first passenger railway in 1825.
National Homebuyers Durham
National Homebuyers will buy your house in Durham for cash in a timescale that is tailored to suit your needs. We are the UK’s premier fast purchase property company and we have spent the past ten years building a reputation for equitableness and professionalism.
If you are hoping to sell your home in Durham, contact National Homebuyers today and we will offer you a fast, comprehensive, no obligation valuation of your home and a guaranteed cash offer to buy your house in Durham.
Whether you are looking to sell your house fast in Durham, or if you simply wish to sell your home in Durham without all the stress and hassle usually associated with selling property, contact our Durham house buying team on 08000 443 911, click the Request a Call Back icon above or fill out our online form in order to get a cash offer to buy your house in Durham.