National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of highly experienced local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Derbyshire.
As a company, National Homebuyers try to remain as informed as possible about every single aspect of each and every market in which we operate. We have been the market leading, guaranteed house buying company for over ten years. Our local presence and market experts’ knowledge is backed by our company’s size and national coverage, allowing us to provide you with the very best service possible when selling your home in Derbyshire. We are your local National Homebuyers.
We buy any house in Derbyshire, regardless of the condition or location of your property and totally irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling. Following the provision of a fast, no obligation valuation of your property, we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to buy your home in Derbyshire.
Call our Derbyshire house buying team on 0800 044 3470, click either the ‘Live Chat’ or Request a Call Back icons located at the top of every page of our website or fill in our online form in order to get a cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Derbyshire.
Derbyshire is a county in the East Midlands of England with a population of just over a million. Matlock is the county town of Derbyshire and, though Derby is now a unitary authority area, it still remains part of the ceremonial county.
Derbyshire House Prices
It is extremely difficult to produce a generalised figure that accurately represents and accounts for every aspect of the housing
market in an area the size of Derbyshire. Not only does the very size of the county dictate that there will inevitably be widespread variation across regional markets, but there are also other factors that affect local markets and subsequently lead to distinct variations in house values.
For this reason it is more helpful to view the housing market in Derbyshire as a collection of distinct, varied local housing markets that are separate yet interconnected.
Having said that, in general, average house prices across Derbyshire have increased by almost 6% over the past twelve months. As such, house buyers in Derbyshire are now paying, on average, 6% to buy homes than they were this time last year.
While 6% is a fairly significant rate of annual house price inflation, it
should be borne in mind that the bottom dropped out of much of the Derbyshire housing market following the global financial crisis and subsequent housing market crash and these rises began from a relatively low starting point. There are therefore still a significant amount of homeowners in Derbyshire who find themselves in the unenviable position of being in negative equity.
General figures can only tell you so much. In order to obtain a truly accurate representation of your home’s true value, why not contact National Homebuyers? Contact us today and we will provide you with a fast, accurate, comprehensive, no obligation valuation of your property.
Derbyshire Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
It is scenic Derbyshire – idyllic, rural, pastoral – that attracts visitors to the county. Part of the National Forest and much of the Peak District lies in Derbyshire, which itself sits at the southern ridge of the Pennines.
Notable landmarks, tourist attractions and sites of special interest in Derbyshire include Mam Tor, Kinder Scout, Dovedale, Chatsworth House, Tramway Museum, Bolsover Castle, Crich Tramway Museum, Hardwick Hall, Sudbury Hall, Melbourne Hall, the listed gardens at Renishaw Hall, Ilam Park, Matlock Bath, Calke Abbey, the Heights of Abraham, Kedleston Hall, Bluebell Arboretum and Longshaw Estate.
Derbyshire Tradition & History
The archaeological record shows that humans resided, though probably somewhat briefly, in Derbyshire as much as 200,000 years ago. The area was further inhabited during the Upper Palaeolithic and Neolithic eras, as evidenced by deposits in limestone caves near the Nottinghamshire border and the Stone Age burial mounds dotted throughout the central Derbyshire landscape.
The Romans were drawn to the Derbyshire area because of the lead ore in the county’s limestone hills and the hot springs at Buxton.
Derby, as well as other Derbyshire towns, boomed during the Industrial Revolution, which is widely held to have been born in Derbyshire. The county’s early implementation of hydropower was largely due to the abundance of fast flowing streams in Derbyshire. The county became as it remains today, a sparsely populated land interspersed with densely populated metropolitan areas.
National Homebuyers Derbyshire
National Homebuyers are the UK’s premier guaranteed house buying company and we guarantee to buy any house in Derbyshire, regardless of condition or location and irrespective of your personal circumstances or reasons for selling. If you want to sell your house fast in Derbyshire, or simply wish to sell your home in Derbyshire without all the stress and hassle often associated with selling property, contact National Homebuyers’ Derbyshire house buying team on 0800 044 3470 or fill in our online form in order to get a cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Derbyshire.