Sell your House Fast In Southampton
National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team of local housing market experts covering all areas in and around Southampton.
Are you looking to sell property in Southampton? Are you wondering: “how can I sell my house in Southampton fast”? Would you like to sell your property in Southampton directly to a reputable national company who will make you a guaranteed cash offer on your home, chain and stress free? Then contact National Homebuyers.
We buy any house in Southampton, regardless of location or condition and irrespective of your reasons for selling. We are always looking to buy houses in Southampton. We will buy your house in Southampton directly from you as part of a quick house sale process. For a quick house sale in Southampton, contact National Homebuyers’ Southampton house buying team on 08000 443 911 , Request a Call Back icons above or fill in our online form to get a cash offer to buy your house in Southampton.
Regardless of where your property is located we buy any house anywhere in the UK.
Lying on the northenmost tip of the Southampton Water tidal estuary at the conflux of the Test, Itchen and Hamble Rivers, Southampton is the closest city to the New Forest and the largest city in Hampshire.
As well as having a large section of the local economy centred on its port, other large employers in the city include The University of Southampton – which is currently ranked as one of the top 80 universities in the world – Southampton Solent University, Southampton Airport, Ordinance Survey, BBC South, the NHS, ABP and Carnival UK.
Southampton House Prices & Redevelopment
House price growth in Southampton has been slowing month on month throughout the course of the year. Though they are still above what they were this time last year, house prices in Southampton are not likely to rise by much in the near future. If anything, tougher restrictions on lending and tough rhetoric emerging from the Bank of England, as well as the seemingly ubiquitous fears of impending interest rate rises are likely to cool the market even more.
Southampton, and in particular the city centre, is currently undergoing a significant level of regeneration as part of the city council’s Southampton City Centre Master Plan. Work started earlier this year on a large affordable housing development on Queensway, in the market district of Southampton’s Old Town. The final stage of the Park Centrale development, located off The Avenue, in the midst of Southampton’s green centre, has recently been completed.
Work recently began on the £10m redevelopment of Weston Lane Shopping Parade and BNP Parabis Real Estate has just secured permission to convert 14,019sq² of under-performing office stock in London Road to residential use. The newly constructed Vita Student development at Richmond House, built to help house the city’s swelling student population, has seen significant investment from foreign students, particularly those from Arabic and East Asian countries. The West Quay Shopping Centre is also a relatively new addition to the city.
Southampton Tradition & History
There is archaeological evidence that the area has been inhabited since the Stone Age. In the late 1st century CE, the Roman fortress settlement of Clausentum was founded at what is now the Bitterne Manor area of the city. It remained a vital trading port and defensive outpost of Winchester until its abandonment in the early 5th Century.
The Anglo-Saxons founded a larger settlement, Hamwic, in the area that is now Southampton’s St. Mary’s district. Hamwic eventually developed into Hampton, and it is from here that both the city and the county in which it is located derive their name. In response to the Viking raids, the fortified settlement that became Medieval Southampton was established in the late 9th and early 10th centuries. After the Norman Conquest Southampton became an even more important port, emerging as the principle point of transit between England and Normandy.
By the time the 13th century dawned, with England’s European possessions continuously expanding and decreasing, the city remained an important centre for the importation of Gascon wine and the exportation of English wool.
To this day Southampton remains an important port and it has also served as a principle point of Military Embarkation for a number of military campaigns, from Henry V’s invasion of France in 1415 to the D-Day invasion in 1944. The city has a certain level of undeserved infamy in the annals of history, due to it having been the point at which the Black Death entered the country in 1348 and the port from which HMS Titanic left in 1912.
National Homebuyers Southampton – We Buy Any House
If you want a quick house sale in Southampton, sell your home in Southampton to us, your local National Homebuyers. Not only do we take no fees or percentages from your sale price, we could also pay up to £1,000 of any legal fees incurred when you come to sell your home in Southampton. We buy any house in Southampton, regardless of condition or location.
Following the provision of a no obligation valuation, we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to buy your property in Southampton, allowing you to sell your house fast, chain and stress free.