Sell House Fast Milton Keynes
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National Homebuyers are fully committed to providing the best, most effective, convenient, personalised service possible. Consequently, we try our best to be as knowledgeable as possible about the market in which we operate, thus allowing us to offer a comprehensive service that suits our customers.
If you live in Milton Keynes and think you may want to sell your house fast, then National Homebuyers could be for you. We offer a fast, no obligation valuation and guaranteed cash offer for your property as part of our speedy, hassle free service. We are quick house sale specialists with detailed knowledge and extensive experience of the Milton Keynes housing market.
So if you want to sell your home in Milton Keynes, contact National Homebuyers’ Milton Keynes representatives on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now to get an offer to buy your house in Milton Keynes.
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Milton Keynes is a large town in Buckinghamshire. The administrative centre of the Borough of Milton Keynes, it was formally designated as a new town in 1967 and lies approximately 45 miles northwest of London.
The Milton Keynes urban area has a population of around 230,000, and the wider borough has a population of around 250,000.
Milton Keynes House Prices & Redevelopment
As a new town Milton Keynes has benefited from detailed urban planning measures put in place under an ethos of perpetual development that envisaged the town becoming a major commercial and residential centre in its own right. In contrast to the unplanned, organic urban expansion experienced by many other cities, Milton Keynes’ expansion has been carefully planned over a period of time.
Therefore, at present, Milton Keynes has something close to an adequate level of housing stock – at least in comparison to other areas of the country. When demand far exceeds supply, soaring prices are the result. Without such a disparity, there is no such pressure driving up house prices in Milton Keynes and as a consequence house buyers in the town are currently paying similar prices to what they were paying last year. The local market is currently experiencing a period of stagnation.
The good news is that the town will be spared much of the fallout should the ostensible housing bubble that appears to be growing in some areas of the UK burst, as many economists fear it must. The bad news is displayed in the current flatlining of prices in the Milton Keynes area.
Milton Keynes currently has several ongoing regeneration projects, including works at the Western Expansion Area, the Eastern Expansion Area, the Wolverton Agora Redevelopment Site and works to dual the A421 from the Fen Street Roundabout to the new Eagle Farm Roundabout and to improve the Kingston Roundabout.
Milton Keynes Culture & Economy
Milton Keynes is served by several transport links. The Grand Union Canal, which links London and Birmingham, was a major guiding point of the town’s design. There are plans to link the Grand Union to the River Great Ouse in Bedford, a project which would cost an estimated £170million. Five railways stations link Milton Keynes to the rest of the country via the West Coast Main Line and the Marsden Vale Line; Milton Keynes Central station is the hub of the town’s intercity rail network. Luton Airport, the 6th busiest in the UK, is located within close proximity and the M1 runs just slightly east of the town. Milton Keynes is also located on routes 6 and 51 of the national cycle network and several long distance coach companies stop at Milton Keynes coachway and use the site as a kind of marker point on their journey.
Perhaps its excellent location and concomitant transport links are part of the reason several large companies, including Argos, Marshall Amplification, Domino’s Pizza, Mercedes-Benz, Suzuki, Yamaha Kemble and Volkswagen AG, have chosen to locate their UK headquarters in Milton Keynes. In late 2012 ratings company Experian described Milton Keynes as one the areas that would be at the forefront of what they believed to be an imminent economic recovery. Substantial business investment in the area, a rapidly expanding population and the town’s purpose built commercial centre, which includes an impressive covered high street, make this prediction seem well within the realms of possibility. It is indeed worth noting that business stock in the area is currently rising year on year at a steady rate of around 2%.
Milton Keynes Tradition & History
Although designed in the 1960s to incorporate the overspill housing site of Bletchley (which was itself created to house overspill residents from a number of London Boroughs) and surrounding areas, there is strong archaeological evidence that the area on which Milton Keynes is sited has been continuously inhabited since the Bronze Age.
Taking its name from a village that was located within the boundaries of the proposed ‘New Town’, Milton Keynes – a city in all but name – was strategically sited to be equidistant from London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford, and Cambridge.
National Homebuyers Milton Keynes
If you live in Milton Keynes and need to sell your house fast, National Homebuyers will make a genuine cash offer on your property. We buy any house in Milton Keynes, regardless of its condition and irrespective of why you wish to sell your home in Milton Keynes. Contact National Homebuyers’ Milton Keynes representatives on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now to get an offer to buy your house in Milton Keynes.