Sell your House Fast in Salford
With a dedicated purchasing team covering all areas throughout Salford and the surrounding districts, National Homebuyers are in a unique position to provide you with the very best service possible to help you sell your house fast.
With local market experts who benefit from being part of a national company, National Homebuyers can provide a property purchase service that is highly specific to your individual needs, but which has all the security of being backed up by a large company of national house buyers.
National Homebuyers will buy your house in Salford for cash stress, chain and hassle free, and all in a time-scale that is fully dictated by you. If you want to sell property in Salford, call our local specialists on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons located at the top of every page of our website or fill out our online form now to get a cash offer to buy your house in Salford.
Regardless of where your property is located we buy any house anywhere in the UK.
Salford is a city and metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester in the Northwest of England. Named after its largest settlement, Salford, it does however cover a far larger area which includes the towns of Eccles, Swinton and Pendlebury, Walkden and Irlam. The city has a population of 218,000 and is administered from the Salford Civic Centre in Swinton.
Salford Housing Market & Redevelopment
According to the Zoopla property index, house price inflation in Salford currently stands at 2.64%. This modest rate of house price appreciation may be further stifled by the cooling of the housing market which is being pointed to with increasing regularity as restrictive measures introduced by the Bank of England begin to bite and the market contracts in preparation for the apparently imminent rise in the base rate of interest.
Having been purchased by Salford City Council in 1984, the docks underwent an extensive period of regeneration, the flagship construction of which was the Lowry Centre. Salford Quays now employs over 10,000 people in the retail, construction and e-commerce industries and boasts ultra-modern and considerably affluent residential areas. MediaCityUK is also based at the Quays and, like Manchester, the finance and professional services, tourism, IT and technology industries are all growth sectors in Salford’s economy.
Salford Culture & Attractions
Though the city takes its name from its largest settlement, Salford also encompasses many other townships, including, but by no means limited to, Worsley, Eccles, Swinton, Pendlebury, Walkden, Irlam, Cliffton and Kearsley.
Important local landmarks or areas of interest include: the Church of St Augustine, the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, St Mark’s Church, Ordsall Hall, Wardley Hall, Salford Cathedral, the Iron Age promontory fort , Hanging Bridge , Bridgewater Canal and Chat Moss.
Salford Tradition & History
Though Salford did not officially come into existence until its boundaries were established in 1974, there is archaeological evidence that the area has been continuously inhabited since the Stone Age, with extensive evidence of Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman activity in the area. The hundred of Salford was established as Salfordshire in the 12th Century and it became a free borough around 1230.
Vehemently Royalist and heavily pro-Stuart, Salford’s loyalties during the Civil War and the Jacobite Uprisings are axiomatically evident.
While it was largely overshadowed by the incredible expansion of nearby Manchester during the Industrial Revolution, a booming textile industry did develop in Salford at this time. However the unfathomably rapid commercial and industrial development that defined the experience of Northern England during the Industrial Revolution did not occur in Salford, nor did the concomitant population explosion; at least not to the same extent as nearby urban centres such as Manchester or Liverpool. Salford Quays was perhaps the city’s biggest economic benefit, and this was only enhanced with the construction of the Manchester Ship Canal, which became the largest navigation canal on Earth when it was completed in 1894.
Salford suffered extensive decline during the 20th Century, largely due to the fact that its docks proved too small to accommodate the huge vessels that emerged as ubiquitous staples of marine haulage in the 1970s.
National Homebuyers Salford
Anyone looking to sell property in Salford should consider National Homebuyers, the expert quick house sale service offered by the market leading fast purchase property company. Unlike other companies who buy houses in Salford, we purchase homes for cash. National Homebuyers will provide you with a fast, extremely detailed, no obligation valuation of your home, following which we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Salford. What’s more, we buy any house in Salford, absolutely irrespective of condition, location or any other factor; we guarantee to say YES to buying your home in Salford.
If you want to sell property in Salford without all the stress and hassle normally associated with selling property, contact our Salford team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons or fill out our online form to get your cash offer to buy your house in Salford.