Happy Customers

"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."

Mr & Mrs M, Sandown, Isle of Wight

"Carol Bailey has been really amazing from start to finish in the whole home selling deal. she was our main port of call throughout the process. They as National Home buyers did exactly what they promised to do valued the property at a fair price. we agreed and kept there promise and time scale though […]"

Mrs. H, Devon

Sell your House Fast in Newry

National Homebuyers employ a dedicated team of local housing market experts covering all areas in and around Newry to help you achieve a quick house sale.

National Homebuyers will buy any house in Newry for cash. At National Homebuyers, we pride ourselves on the fact that we are a national company with a local presence, providing the best of both worlds to anyone looking to sell property in Newry.

If you are looking for a quick house sale in Newry, National Homebuyers is the perfect solution. Our dedicated research teams will complete an extensive report on your property and provide you with a fast, no obligation valuation and guaranteed cash offer to buy your property in Newry.

Call our Newry house buying team on 08000 443 911, Request a Call Back or complete our online form in order to get a cash offer for your property in Newry.

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


Lying at the northernmost end of Carlingford Lough, in a valley between the Ring of Gullion and the Mourne Mountains, Newry is one of the southernmost places in Northern Ireland. The Clanrye River runs through the centre of the town, which has an approximate population of 87,000.

Newry House Prices & Redevelopment

Newry had the highest level of house prices increases in the UK in the ten years to 2006, when they went up by 371%. House prices in Newry today tell a very different story. Prices have remained pretty stagnant and have failed to recover from the severe drop in value they experienced following the financial crisis or return to anything like their 2007 peak, meaning there are still plenty of bargains to be found in the Newry housing market today.

The local economy is likely to be boosted by current redevelopment plans to develop a mixture of 70 industrial and business units, a retail food store, 14 residential units and associated landscaping on a 15 hectare site in Carnbane Way.

The Newry Effect

The difference in currency between the North and Republic of Ireland, as well as other particularistic tax fluctuations and anomalies, such as the recent instance whereby VAT decreased in the UK while almost simultaneously rising in the Irish Republic, has led to a distinctive phenomenon known as ‘the Newry Effect’.

The Newry Effect is essentially large scale cross border trade whereby consumers take advantage of the open nature of EU borders to exploit international financial discrepancies that allow them to get cheaper deals when shopping in retail centres located close to international borders.

This phenomenon has led to Newry establishing itself as a major retail centre that is widely considered to be among the best provincial shopping districts in the United Kingdom. The Buttercrane and The Quays are two of the large retail centres that lead the charge in the area.

Newry Tradition & History

The city of Newry derives its name from Anglicised corruption of An Iúraigh, that is itself an oblique form of An Iúrach, which roughly translates to ‘the grove of yew trees’ – a reference to the legend that St Patrick planted a yew tree in the area in the 5th century CE. The River Clanrye, which runs through the city has served as a natural border between the two counties of Armagh and Down since their formation.

Though there is archaeological evidence of inhabitation that possibly stretches back as far the Mesolithic period, despite the fact that Bronze Age antiquities discovered at Newry have elicited world wide renown, and disregarding the apocryphal stories of St Patrick and other quasi-legendary figures, the first Danish irruptions of 820, when Vikings sacked Newry abbey, essentially constitute the dawn of recorded history in Newry.

We Buy Any HomeNational Homebuyers Newry

If you live in the Newry area and are looking to sell your house fast, contact National Homebuyers. We buy any house in Newry, regardless of condition, location or your reason for wanting to sell. What’s more, we buy houses for cash with no middle men or third party investors. Consequently, we are able to offer a fast, professional service that benefits from having no property chain and allows you to sell your home in Newry stress and hassle free.

Call our Newry house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or complete our online form in order to get a cash offer for your house in Newry.