National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team of extremely knowledgeable and experienced local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Devon.
National Homebuyers knowledge and expertise, combined with the size and national coverage of our company, allows us to offer the very best service possible to anyone looking to sell property in Devon. Unlike many other companies that buy houses in Devon, we are a guaranteed house buying company. We will buy your house in Devon directly from you, for cash, without the need for third party investment or reliance on profiteering middlemen.
National Homebuyers buy any house in Devon, regardless of condition or location and irrespective of your personal circumstances or reasons for selling.
If you want to sell your house fast in Devon, or simply want to avoid all the stress and hassle normally associated with selling property, selling your home in Devon to National Homebuyers could very well be your best option.
Following the provision of a fast, detailed, no obligation valuation, we will make you a genuine cash offer to buy your house. We guarantee to say YES to buying your house in Devon.
Call our Devon house buying team on 0800 044 3470, click either the ‘Live Chat’ or Request a Call Back icons at the top of every page of our website or enter your details into our online form in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Devon.
Devon is a county in the South West of England with an approximate population of around 1.1 million, making it the fourth most populous county in England. Devon’s north coast lies on the Bristol Channel and the English Channel surrounds its south coast. It is the only county in England with non-continuous north and south coasts. Exeter is the county town of Devon.
Devon House Prices
In terms of average house prices, Devon is cheaper than its neighbour Somerset, but more expensive than Dorset. The cheapest area for house buyers in Devon is Devonport, while average house prices in Salcombe are higher than anywhere else in the county. The fact that there is over half a million pounds disparity between the average house prices in these two areas highlights the difficulty involved in arriving at a truly accurate average figure that adequately reflects the substantial variations that characterise a housing market in an area the size of Devon.
A county, of which Devon is the eleventh largest in the country, is better described as several smaller, separate local housing markets rather than a housing market as a whole.
It is for this reason that there is disagreement as to the actual average house price in Devon, as well as the rate of house price inflation in the area. Most house price indexes concur that there has been very little in the way of house price inflation in Devon over the past year. Even the most optimistic index places annual house price inflation in the county at just over 3%. The majority of indexes claim that house prices in Devon are broadly similar to what they were last year. What is more, they are very similar to the level they attained in 2007.
Devon Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
Devon’s economy is heavily reliant on tourism. Luckily, there is more than enough to attract and entertain visitors. Devon’s coast has some of the most splendid beaches in the country, a fact harkened to by the sobriquet collectively given to the county’s coastal resorts – The English Riviera. Devon also boasts both the Jurassic Coast and Cornwall and Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Sites, the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and, of course, the Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks.
The South West Coast Path runs the entire length of both the north and south coasts of Devon. When you combine this with the breathtaking scenery in the county, Devon has to be considered an absolute paradise for ramblers.
Devon has given several types of cuisine to the rest of the country and the wider world beyond. For instance, though some other counties claim the credit for having invented it, the Devonshire cream tea remains the Devonshire cream tea.
Devon Tradition & History
Human remains which are thought to date back 30-40,000 years have been discovered in Kents Cavern in Torquay and the Dartmoor area is believed to have been occupied by Mesolithic hunter gatherers from around 8,000 years ago.
Devon’s name derives from the Dumnonii, the Brythonic tribe that occupied the area before the Roman Conquest. Dumnonii essentially means ‘deep cave dwelling people’.
Following three and a half centuries of Roman rule Devon acted as a frontier between Brittonic Dumnonia and Anglo-Saxon Wessex for a further two and a half centuries, until it was eventually absorbed into Wessex and the frontier was shifted to the River Tamare.
Devon has a history of being part of civil rebellions. The county has played a pivotal role in the Wars of the Roses and the English Civil War, as well as Perkin Warbeck’s 1497 rebellion and the Prayer Book Rebellion in 1549. Additionally William of Orange landed at Brixham before launching his Glorious Revolution in 1688.
National Homebuyers Devon
National Homebuyers will buy your house in Devon from you directly, for cash, and in a timescale that is tailored to suit your needs. We buy any house in Devon, regardless of condition or location and irrespective of your personal circumstances or reasons for selling. If you want to sell your house fast in Devon, or simply wish to avoid all the stress and hassle often associated with selling property, selling your home to National Homebuyers could well be the answer.
Contact our helpful, friendly Devon house buying team by phone on 0800 044 3470 or enter your details into our online form in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Devon.