Argyll and Bute
National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of highly talented, knowledgeable and experienced local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Argyll and Bute.
National Homebuyers are the market leading, fast purchase property company and we have spent the last decade establishing a reputation of equitability and professionalism. We offer an unrivalled level of service to anyone wishing to sell property in Argyll and Bute.
We buy any house in Argyll and Bute, regardless of the property’s condition or location and irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling. If you wish to sell your house fast in Argyll and Bute, or simply want to avoid all the stress and hassle often associated with selling property, National Homebuyers can help.
Contact our Argyll and Bute house buying team and we will provide you with a fast, detailed, no obligation valuation of your property, after which we guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your home in Argyll and Bute in a timescale tailored to suit your needs.
Call our Argyll and Bute house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons located at the top of every page of our website or enter your details into our online form in order to get your cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Argyll and Bute.
Argyll and Bute
Argyll and Bute is a Lieutenancy area and unitary authority council area in Scotland with an approximate population of around 88,000.
Argyll and Bute House Prices
Average house prices relating to an area the size of Argyll and Bute can obviously only tell you so much. There are many variations across the region, which is better viewed as a collection of separate local housing markets rather than one large market.
Local residents of Argyll and Bute will understand this implicitly and will consider it axiomatic that house prices in, for instance, Loch Lomond and Campbelltown will vary widely. To illustrate the extent of the problems involved in arriving at accurate and representative generalised figures in relation to such a large housing market, suffice to say that there is almost a hundred and fifty thousand pounds difference between the average house prices in these two areas.
As far as average figures are helpful, it is worth saying that average house values in Argyll and Bute are more expensive than the nearby counties of Falkirk and Clackmannanshire but cheaper than Stirling.
In general, average house values in the region are broadly similar to what they were this time last year and still remain around 5% lower than they were before the onset of the global financial crisis and the housing market crash that ensued shortly afterwards.
It remains to be seen whether or not the NO vote in the recent Scottish Independence Referendum will allow average house values in the area to move on from this recent period of stagnation and appreciate to a point whereby they surpass the levels of value witnessed in 2007, allowing some house buyers that purchased homes in Argyll and Bute to remove themselves from the negative equity in which they still find themselves.
Argyll and Bute Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
The incredible scenery in Argyll and Bute, with its highlands and islands and multiple lochs, is among the most magnificent in the whole of Britain. Some of the major natural attractions include The River Orchy, part of the iconic Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Kilmartin Glen, Loch Melfort, Loch Goil and the Loch Goil Mountains, Gare Loch, Argyll Forest Park, the Argyll Mountains, the Arrochar Alps, Ben Cruachan, Ben Donich and Fingal’s Cave. All this breathtaking scenery makes the West Highlands Way an absolute delight for anyone with a penchant for scenic walks.
Sites of historic and architectural interest in Argyll and Bute include Iona Abbey, Kilcharn Castle, Castle Stalker, Carrick Castle, Castle Sween and Old Castle Lachlan.
Argyll and Bute Tradition & History
Kilmarton Valley is considered to possess Scotland’s richest prehistoric landscape and has a wide and varied collection of cairns, standing stones and numerous other remains. That date back around 5,000 years.
The Scotti arrived from Ulster to form the Kingdom of Dalriada from around 500 CE, prompting many historians to describe Argyll and Bute as the cradle of Scotland. The dalriadan King Kenneth McAlpine is believed to have become the first King of Scots in 843.
Following its founding by St Columba in 563, Iona became the first truly significant religious centre in Scotland.
National Homebuyers Argyll and Bute
National Homebuyers are the market leading, fast purchase property company and we are always interested in the opportunity to buy houses in Argyll and Bute.
We are a direct cash house buying company and we guarantee to buy your house in Argyll and Bute – chain, stress and hassle free.
Contact our Argyll and Bute house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back icons located at the top of every page of our website or complete our online form in order to get a cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Argyll and Bute.