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"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

"National Homebuyers' staff were friendly and helpful and we went on to agree a sale with them; they even allowed us to change the completion date at the last minute to secure the property of our dreams."

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Sell your House Fast in Hereford

Our dedicated Hereford purchasing team cover all areas throughout the locality and are always on hand to allow you to benefit from the fantastic service we offer.

If you are currently looking to sell property in Hereford, National Homebuyers will buy your house for cash, regardless of the property’s condition or your reason for selling. What’s more, we can complete the transaction in a timescale that suits you.

So if you live in Hereford and want to sell your house fast, contact us today. Unlike many other companies who buy houses, we make it a priority to remain as informed as possible about each and every market in which we do business. We will use our knowledge of the local housing market in Hereford to provide you with the most effective and individualised service available.

Contact National Homebuyers’ Hereford house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form to get your cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Hereford.

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


Hereford is a cathedral city, civil parish and the county town of Herefordshire in the West of England. It lies on the River Wye, around 16 miles east of the border with Wales, 24 miles southwest of Worcester, and 23 miles northwest of Gloucester. Hereford has a population of around 53,500 people, making it the largest settlement in the county.

Hereford House Prices & Redevelopment

The Hereford housing market has shown strong signs of improvement over the past year, but the latest figures point to a significant cooling of the local market in response to new legislation designed to restrict borrowing and reduce house buyer confidence in the face of imminent interest rate rises.

Having suffered a period of structural stagnation in terms of new construction projects for much of the 20th century, Hereford has been undergoing a period of regeneration since the turn of the millennium. The city centre is currently the focus of a massive redevelopment project which is scheduled for completion by 2027. Phase One of this project, which centres on the old cattle market, has recently been completed, having cost around £90million. According to Hereford Futures, who are managing the revitalisation of the site, detailed designs for the rejuvenation of the Buttermarket are also well under way.

The company are also managing a project to develop a 600 home Urban Village and provide a link road that will create a new east-west route across the city from the A49 north of the football ground to Commercial Road near Morrisons, thus alleviating the heavy traffic congestion problems which regularly choke up the town centre. With work having begun on another large development at The Oval in Belmont and several other new housing estates having been completed recenty, it is fair to say that Hereford is currently undergoing the biggest project in the West Midlands.

Hereford Tradition & History

Hereford is commonly believed to have derived its name from the combination of two Anglo-Saxon words: ‘Here’ meaning army, and ‘ford’ which was (and still remains) a place to cross a river. However, several Welsh historians dispute this assertion, claiming that Hereford is actually a corruption of the Welsh name, Henffordd, which means old road. In support of this they point to the close proximity of the original settlement to the Stretton, the Roman road from which the nearby village Stretton Sugwas takes its name. Having marked the border between Mercia and Wales, the former capital of the Saxon kingdom of West Mercia has been identified as a city since time immemorial.

Much of Hereford’s population is employed by the NHS and Herefordshire Council. A high percentage of people are also employed in local industry. Other major employers in the city include nickel alloy manufacturer Special Metals Wiggin, galvanised steel tower manufacturers Painter Brothers, Cargill Meats Europe (formerly Sun Valley) who manufacturer and supply food products for retailers. The brewing and producing of beers and ciders also adds significantly to the local economy. Bulmers, Weston’s Cider, Spinning Dog Brewery and Wye Valley are the largest brewers in the area. Hereford is a global producer of cider due to the large amount of orchards located in the area. Agriculture is still very important to the local economy, with the Hereford Breed of cattle being internationally renowned.

Hereford National Homebuyers

Here at National Homebuyers, we judge each house on its own individual merits and, after providing you with a fast, hassle free, no obligation valuation of your home, we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to purchase your property.

National Homebuyers are quick house sale specialists and, unlike other companies who buy houses in Hereford, we buy your house directly, cutting out all third parties and allowing you to sell your house fast in Hereford. So contact us via the telephone number above or fill in the form on this page to get your offer.