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Sell your House Fast in Lowestoft

National Homebuyers are a national company who recognise the importance of local knowledge. We have a dedicated purchasing team of local housing market experts who cover all areas throughout Lowestoft and the surrounding regions.

National Homebuyers buy homes for cash in Lowestoft. If you are currently looking to sell your home in Lowestoft, National Homebuyers, the quick house sale experts, can help. As a company we are committed to providing an effective, convenient and individualised service.

We endeavour to remain as informed as possible with regards to every aspect of every market in which we operate. This allows us to offer an extremely comprehensive and well informed service. We offer a fast, detailed, no obligation valuation of your property and guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your home in Lowestoft.

We are the market leading, guaranteed house buying company and we are always interested in buying homes in Lowestoft. Contact our Lowestoft team by telephone on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now in order to get your fast, no obligation valuation and guaranteed cash offer to buy your home in Lowestoft.

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


Lying on the North Sea Coast in Suffolk, Lowestoft is the most easterly point in the UK. Located on the fringe of the Broads system around 22 miles from Norwich and 38 miles from Ipswich, Lowestoft has a population of slightly less than 60,000.

Lowestoft House Prices & Redevelopment

The Lowestoft housing market has proved buoyant over the past couple of years, with price rises in the top ten for rate of increase two years ago and strong, though less impressive, rises over the past twelve months. The latest figures show that the local market has begun to cool as of late. Only time will tell if house prices in Lowestoft can continue to rise in the face of tougher rhetoric and legislation coming from The Bank of England, increasing worry over impending interest rate rises and a general pattern of decline in demand witnessed in the UK market as a whole over the past couple of months.

Lowestoft is gaining more and more credence as an important centre for the development of renewable energy and the Greater Gabbard offshore windfarm currently under construction will eventually become the largest offshore windfarm on Earth. Tidal energy and wave power systems are currently being produced by 4NRG and Trident Energy respectively. Having been designated as an enterprise zone in 2011, Lowestoft is currently undergoing a redevelopment program which is set to focus on six areas across Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.

Lowestoft Culture & Attractions

Though the traditional industries of fishing and engineering have declined in recent years, small smatterings of both still exist in the harbour area of the town. Tourism is still a large employer on the ‘Sunrise Coast’, with the Claremont and South Piers, the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park, Oulton Broads and the River Waveney, Africa Alive at Kessingland, Pakefield Holiday Park and Lowestoft Air Show all serving as large tourist attractions and augmenting the large contribution tourism makes to the local economy.

At Ness Point, the very most easterly place in the British Isles, there is a wind turbine that the locals call Gulliver. At 126m high, Gulliver was once the tallest wind turbine in the UK. At the very most easterly point of Ness Point there is a large compass rose called the Euroscope, which gives the direction and distance to various cities in Europe.

Some of the suburbs of, and closely related villages near, Lowestoft include:Carlton, Colville, Gunton, Pakefield, Oulton, Oulton Broad, Kirkley, Blundeston, Corton, Gisleham, Kessinglandand Somerleyton.

Lowestoft Tradition & History

Human habitation can be traced back as far in Lowestoft as it can anywhere else in the country. Flint tools were discovered there in 2005 which have been reliably dated to over 700,000 years ago. Lowestoft was continually settled during the Neolithic, Bronze, Iron, Roman and Saxon Ages.

The town of Lowestoft derives its name from an Anglicised corruption of an amalgamation of the Norse words Hlother and Toft, the former of which was a Viking personal name and the latter loosely translating to settlement or homestead.

According to Domesday Book, in 1086, Lothuwistof as it was then called, consisted of 16 houses, three families, ten smallholders and three slaves. From the Mediaeval period onward Lowestoft boasted a large scale fishing industry and continued to be identified as a fishing settlement right through to the 20th Century.

The fishing industry, and particularly the Port of Lowestoft were offered significant boosts by the construction of the Lowestoft to Reedham railway line in the 19th Century. Other industries, such as engineering, also began to develop and grow almost exponentially as a result of this innovation. Lowestoft soon developed into an extremely popular seaside resort. Later, due to the importance of its engineering industry and role as a naval base, Lowestoft was heavily bombed during both World Wars.

The initial pair of lighthouses in Lowestoft were constructed in 1609, on the foreshore and candlelit, to give warning of the dangerous sandbanks around the coast. By lining up the two lights, vessels could navigate the, now non-existent, Stamford Channel. They were rebuilt in 1628 and again in 1676. It was at this time that one light was moved up onto the cliffs above the Denes – the location of the present lighthouse – to assist vessels further out to sea. The remaining ‘Low Light’ was discontinued in 1706 following sea encroachment, but re-established in 1730 in a form that could be easily moved in response to further changes to the Stamford Channel and shoreline. It was finally discontinued in August 1923. The ‘High Light’ tower was rebuilt as the present lighthouse in 1874 with the intention of displaying an electric light, but then opened paraffin oil was used instead; it was not until 1936 that it was electrified. The lighthouse, along with two cottages originally used by lighthouse keepers, is a Grade II listed building.

National Homebuyers Lowestoft

National Homebuyers will buy your house in Lowestoft directly from you for cash – chain, stress and hassle free. We buy houses all over the country and our specialist Lowestoft team are always keen to assist you in achieving a quick house sale in Lowestoft. We buy any house in Lowestoft, absolutely regardless of your home’s condition or location and completely irrespective of your reason for wishing to sell your home. Following the provision of a fast, detailed, no obligation valuation, we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to buy your home in Lowestoft. What’s more, we will complete the transaction in a timescale completely dictated by you.

So if want to sell your house fast in Lowestoft, or if you simply want to avoid all the problems and stresses that can often arise from selling your home via more traditional methods, get in touch today. Contact our Lowestoft team by telephone on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now in order to get your fast, no obligation valuation and guaranteed cash offer to buy your home in Lowestoft.