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Sell your House Fast in Falkirk

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

Following the provision of a fast, no obligation valuation, National Homebuyers guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Falkirk. If you are currently looking to sell property in Falkirk, National Homebuyers, the quick house sale experts, can help. Unlike other companies who buy houses in Falkirk, we buy your house in Falkirk directly from you, quickly and for cash. This means you can sell your house fast in Falkirk without the hassle that often arises when forming part of a long, convoluted property chain.

Furthermore, we buy any house in Falkirk, absolutely irrespective of condition or location. So if you want to sell your house fast in Falkirk, National Homebuyers guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house. We are always looking to buy houses in Falkirk, so if you want to sell your home quickly, call our Falkirk representatives on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now to get a cash offer to buy your house in Falkirk.

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

Falkirk

Lying in the Forth Valley in the Central Lowlands, almost equidistant from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Falkirk has an approximate population of 32,500.

Falkirk House Prices & Redevelopment

House prices in Falkirk, as in most of the rest of Scotland, have witnessed modest yet steady levels of appreciation over the past twelve months. Homeowners in the area will be watching the upcoming vote on independence, as well as the Bank of England’s policy on interest rates, with great interest over the coming months, in order to ascertain whether these relatively promising signs are able to continue.

The Falkirk Local Development Plan includes plans for major residential-led regeneration initiatives at Whitecross, Bo’ness, Banknock, Slamannan and Portdownie, as well as widespread rejuvenation of the town centre and several infrastructural works, including improvement of the access routes to Grangemouth.

Falkirk Economy & Attractions

Following the widespread deindustrialisation that occurred across Britain in the latter 20th Century, Falkirk was forced to diversify its economy and, as a consequence, the service and retail industries are now the largest employers in the town. Having said that, the petrochemicals industry is also significantly represented and one of the largest bus manufacturers, Alexander Dennis, is also based in the town.

The Falkirk Wheel and the Falkirk Steeple are two of the most well known landmarks and biggest tourist attractions in the town. Others include the Antonine Wall and Callender House and Park.

Falkirk Tradition & History

The town was a site of significant activity during the Roman Occupation. The Antonine Wall ran directly through what is now the town of Falkirk. Remains of the earthen structure can still be detected in the Callender Park area of the town. Large collections of Roman coinage and pottery have been discovered in Falkirk, as has a piece of tartan that is the oldest known example of the cloth found to date.

Falkirk has been the site of two extremely historically significant battles, which conjure up almost diametrically opposite thoughts in the collective Scottish consciousness. At the Battle of Falkirk, on 22 July 1298, Edward I heavily defeated the Scottish army and thus ended William Wallace’s guardianship of Scotland. Almost four and a half centuries later, on 17 January 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobites convincingly defeated government forces under the command of Lieutenant General Henry Hawley at the Battle of Falkirk Muir, in what would prove to be the last major success of the second Jacobite Uprising.

Falkirk really came into its own during the 18th century, when it effectively became the cradle of the Industrial Revolution in Scotland. The first major centre of the iron-casting industry, it was at the Carron Iron Works in Falkirk that James Watt cast some of the beams for his first steam engine designs. The channelling of the  Forth and Clyde Canal in 1790 and The Union Canal in 1822 brought considerable economic wealth to the area, wealth that was further augmented by the arrival of the railways in the 1830s and 40s. Falkirk was also the first town in Britain to benefit from a fully automated street lighting system. Later, John Logie Baird gave the first demonstration of his seminal invention, the television set, in Falkirk.

National Homebuyers Falkirk

If you are currently looking to sell property in Falkirk, National Homebuyers, the quick house sale experts, can help. Unlike other companies who buy houses in Falkirk, we buy your house in Falkirk directly from you, quickly and for cash. This means you can sell your house fast in Falkirk without the hassle that often arises when forming part of a long, convoluted property chain. Furthermore, we buy any house in Falkirk, absolutely irrespective of condition or location. So if you want to sell your house fast, National Homebuyers guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Falkirk.

Call our Falkirk house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now to get a cash offer to buy your house in Falkirk.