Sell your House Fast in Winchester
National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team of local housing market experts who are responsible for all areas throughout Winchester and the surrounding districts.
If you are looking to sell property in Winchester and like the idea of a quick house sale, contacting National Homebuyers could very well be your best option. We buy any house in Winchester and we are always interested in purchasing property in the Winchester area.
National Homebuyers strive to stay one step ahead of all other companies that buy houses in Winchester, and we have several methods of doing so. One of the things that sets us apart from the competition is that we buy your house in Winchester directly from you.
As a consequence we do not have to rely on profiteering middle men; nor do we have to wait on long, complicated property chains to allow us to complete the transaction. This allows us to guarantee you a fast property sale in Winchester. We buy any house in Winchester, regardless of condition or location and guarantee to make a cash offer to buy your home in Winchester.
Another factor that distinguishes us from other companies who buy houses in Winchester is that we endeavour to keep our knowledge of each local market in which we operate as up to date as possible. One of our main objectives is to maintain our position as a national company with a local presence.
Contact our Winchester house buying team 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 to get your cash offer to buy your house in Winchester. We guarantee to say YES to buying your house in Winchester.
Regardless of where your property is located we buy any house anywhere in the UK.
The former capital of England, Winchester is the county town of Hampshire and lies along the course of the River Itchen and was an important urban settlement as far back as the Iron Age. The city has an approximate population of just over 40,000.
Winchester House Prices
Winchester was recently found to be the second least affordable city in the UK, with average house prices standing at almost ten times average earnings. The study, which was released by Lloyds earlier this year, found that only Oxford was more unaffordable.
Prices in Winchester soared in the lead up to the housing market crash in 2007, but fell away rapidly and suffered a period of extreme stagnation shortly after. Areas such as Church Lane in Twyford, St. James Lane, Compton Road in St Cross, Longwood in Owslebury and Bourne Lane in Twyford suffered greatly at the time, though prices in these areas have generally remained among the highest in the city.
Following these problems, average house prices in Winchester have generally continued along an upward trajectory in the past five years and the local housing market is buoyant. Wider trends witnessed across the country have been echoed in the most recent housing market figures for Winchester, which show that the market has cooled lately and current house price inflation stands at around 0.8%.
Winchester Culture & Attractions
The ancient city of Winchester has several landmarks and architectural attractions, chief among which is the awesome Winchester Cathedral, which boasts the longest nave and greatest overall length of any Gothic cathedral in Europe, has parts that date back to the 11th century and is the final resting place of King Cnut, William II and Jane Austen, to name but a few.
The adjacent ecclesiastical buildings in the Cathedral Close are also of great architectural and historical importance and the statue of King Alfred is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. Winchester Castle, equipped with its famous Round Table, The Buttercross, the ruins of Wolvesey Castle and Palace, the 9 century old Hospital of St Cross, the City Museum and Winchester Guildhall are just a few more of Winchester’s cultural and architectural wonders.
Winchester Tradition & History
There are remains of Iron Age hillforts scattered around what is now Winchester, there is also evidence of a Late Iron Age Urban Settlement in the area and the city grew in importance throughout the Roman period, when it was known as Venta Belgarum.
However, it is for its Anglo-Saxon history, and that of one man in particular, for which Winchester is best remembered. Having grown in prominence from around 648, when what became known as the Old Minster was constructed there, the skeleton of the present city was laid out in grid formation by Alfred the Great, the city’s most famous icon, whose spirit can almost be sensed as one wonders among the ancient architecture of the city. Though Alfred and his Anglo-Saxon brethren were largely peripatetic, Winchester was and is widely considered to have been the capital of Wessex and, later, Anglo-Saxon England.
Though Winchester’s importance decreased in line with the rise of Westminster, Winchester remained a significant urban settlement and important centre of the wool trade throughout the Mediaeval period.
National Homebuyers Winchester
If you need to sell your house fast in Winchester or if you would like to achieve a quick house sale in Winchester, contact fast property purchase company National Homebuyers. We buy any house in Winchester, in any condition or location and regardless of your personal circumstances or reasons for selling your home in Winchester. National Homebuyers offer fast, comprehensive, no obligation valuations and we guarantee to say YES to buying your house in Winchester.
Unlike many other companies who buy houses in Winchester, National Homebuyers are direct cash home buyers, so by coming to us you are guaranteed to sell your house fast in Winchester. We are always keen to buy houses in Winchester, so contact our Winchester team by telephone on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons above or fill out our online form now to get your guaranteed cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Winchester.