National Homebuyers guarantee a fast cash offer for properties in East Yorkshire.
Are you looking to sell your property in East Yorkshire? Here at National Homebuyers, we provide a quick, easy and individual home purchasing service for East Yorkshire and the surrounding areas. We offer a no obligation valuation for your home and promise to make a swift cash offer regardless of condition or location, and irrespective of your reasons for selling. So, if you want to sell your home without the hassle of dealing with estate agents, contact National Homebuyers’ East Yorkshire representatives on 08000 443 911 or request a call back by clicking on the above link.
East Yorkshire House Prices
The annual rate of house prices in East Yorkshire currently stands at around 4% on average. With the prices themselves being akin to those in neighbouring South Yorkshire, whilst being slightly less than average house values in North and West Yorkshire. Average house prices can be misleading when referring to a county as vast and diverse as East Yorkshire however. The sale value of properties in Dringhoe and Withernsey, for example, differ by almost half-a-million pounds sterling.
It is for this reason that National Homebuyers value properties on an individual basis, rather than as a postcode or local average, to ensure every variable affecting it’s value is considered.
East Yorkshire, or the East Riding of York to give its full title, is located in the North-East of England which is bordered by the North Sea and Humber Estuary that represent it’s eastern and south boundaries respectively. The Humber Bridge, which is the 2nd largest suspension bridge outside of Asia, connects the county to it’s southern neighbour: Lincolnshire. The economy of East Yorkshire is predominantly agriculture-based but also benefits from a steady flow of tourists owed to it’s historic buildings, rural setting and proximity to beautiful nature reserves.
East Yorkshire Tradition & History
Due to the large amount of resources in the area, the Yorkshire Wolds were inhabited during Neolithic times, when round barrows and long barrows were constructed in East Yorkshire. Over 1,400 Bronze Age round barrows are also dotted across the Yorkshire Wolds, hinting at the extent of Bronze Age occupation in the area.
The East Riding of Yorkshire was invaded by the Romans, the Angles, the Danes and the Normans over it’s long history.
At the Battle of Stamford Bridge, the less famous of the two great battles that took place in September 1066, Harold I’s Anglo-Saxon forces defeated an invading force under Harald Hadrada of Norway, before racing south to confront William the Conqueror’s army at the Battle of Hastings. Many settlements in East Yorkshire were completely destroyed during the Harrying of the North, which took place in the aftermath of the Norman conquest.
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