Sell House Fast Leicester
National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team of local housing market experts who are ready to utilise their in-depth knowledge of the housing market in Leicester & the county of Leicestershire.
National Homebuyers are on hand to provide you with as much assistance as you require when selling your home in Leicester. If you want to sell your house fast in Leicester, National Homebuyers are the answer for which you have been searching.
Our entire business model is based around buying homes for cash and, irrespective of your home’s condition or your reason for selling your home in Leicester, we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer enabling you to sell your house fast in Leicester.
We endeavour to stay as informed as possible on every aspect of the housing market in the ‘Heart of England’, allowing us to offer a far more comprehensive service than any of our competitors.
If you are selling property and want to sell your house fast in Leicester, why not come to us? Contact our Leicester representatives on 08000 443 911, Request a Call Back or fill out our online form to get a cash offer to buy your house in Leicester.
If you are currently looking to sell your home in Leicester, National Homebuyers, the fast house buying company and specialists in quick house sale services, are the perfect solution.
Whether you wish to upgrade, downsize or relocate; we buy any house in Leicester, irrespective of your property’s location or condition and regardless of your circumstances or reason for selling your home in Leicester.
If you are looking to sell property in Leicester, contact National Homebuyers today. Call our Leicester team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back, or fill out our online form now to get a cash offer to buy your house in Leicester.
Leicester House Prices & Redevelopment
House prices in the city have risen by 11% in the last year, placing Leicester in the top 5 cities in the UK for increasing average house prices.
It is worth bearing in mind however that these increases are from a relatively low base, particular considering how far property prices in Leicester fell following the most recent housing market crash.
Also, this is an average figure and there are often distinct variations in property prices across the city, meaning people buying houses in one area of Leicester will have a very different experience from house buyers in other areas.
Having said that, the overall picture in terms of the Leicester market is positive at present.
There are a number of ongoing or recently completed regeneration projects currently ongoing in the city, including the Cultural Quarter Project, the Curve Project, the Pheonix Square Project, the Highcross Leicester Project, the Ashton Green Project and the ongoing works at the Waterside Regeneration Area.
These areas have really help to liven up the city and increase the aesthetic appeal of the city. Leicester is fast becoming one of the must-visit cities in the Midlands.
Leicester Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
The large student population is partially responsible for the growth of the vibrant nightlife in Leicester, which includes nightclubs and bars such as Midas, The Long Bar and Liquid & Envy; live music venues such as the O2 Academy Leicester and several pubs throughout the region. Leicester’s Cultural Quarter is a notably up and coming area of the city.
It is not just the residents of Leicester that appear to be proud of their city; their politicians seem to agree. Leicester South MP Jon Ashworth said: “Leicester is a great city to live in. There’s a good quality of life here.” The Mayor Sir Peter Soulsby describes Leicester as a city that “is on the up. I think Leicester is beginning to be recognised as a city that has a lot going for it.”
Leicester Tradition & History
Lying upon the River Soar and resting at the edge of the National Forest in the East Midlands, Leicester was originally settled as a Roman outpost on the edge of a region inhabited by the Corieltauvi tribe. The city retains many of its Roman features, including several paved Roman pathways and baths. When the Danes managed to capture Leicester during the Viking settlements it became one of five fortified towns of pivotal importance in the maintenance and protection of the 15 shires that comprised the Danelaw.
The area remained an important market town until the unexpected and unplanned explosion of urbanization that occured there during the Industrial Revolution. Residents of the city are rightly proud of the measures taken to preserve this rich history in the city’s architecture. Leicester has gained a level of fame as a centre for higher education. The city boasts two major universities within its boundaries – the University of Leicester and De Montfort University.