National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of knowledgeable and experienced local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Lancashire.
National Homebuyers are the market leading, fast purchase property company and we pride ourselves on our business model, which is based on local expertise backed by national coverage. Our local presence means that we remain fully informed about each area and market in which we operate, meaning we are localised enough to care about each transaction we undertake. Our national status means we are large enough to cope with any house purchase.
As the UK’s best established guaranteed house buying company, we are able to offer an unrivalled service that allows you to sell your house in Lancashire to us in a timescale that is specifically tailored to suit your needs.
Following the provision of a fast, comprehensive and no obligation valuation of your home, we guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Lancashire. We buy any house in Lancashire, regardless of the condition or location of your property and absolutely irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling.
Call our Lancashire team today 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 genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Lancashire.
Lancashire is a county in the North West of England with a population of almost one and a half million. Although Lancaster is still widely accepted to be Lancashire’s county town, Preston now serves as the administrative centre of the county.
Lancashire House Prices
In terms of average house prices, Lancashire is roughly on a par with nearby Merseyside, but is cheaper than Greater Manchester and Cheshire. The most expensive area in the county is Bretherton, while the cheapest area for anyone looking to buy a house in Lancashire is Nelson.
It is difficult to generalise in terms of house prices when dealing with a large city. It becomes even more difficult to adequately descry house price trends when dealing with counties, which have several distinct areas and wide variation across regions.
This point is poignantly illustrated via a comparison between the average house prices in the two areas referred to above. The average cost of buying a house in Bretherton is almost three hundred thousand pounds more than the average house buyer pays to buy a home in Nelson.
The most optimistic house price indexes put the annual rate of house price inflation at around 3.5%, meaning that house buyers in Lancashire are currently paying, on average, 3.5% more to buy homes in Lancashire than they did this time last year.
Again, these figures are only general and, as such, they can only ever give a limited snapshot view of the housing market in Lancashire. If you wish to obtain a truly accurate valuation of your property, contact National Homebuyers. We will provide you with a fast, comprehensive, no obligation valuation that is totally individualised and will reflect the methodical process we undertake to consider every single variable affecting your home’s value, allowing you to gain a truly accurate understanding of your property’s worth.
Lancashire Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
The iconic Red Rose of Lancaster, the famous symbol of one of the contesting houses of the Wars of the Roses is the emblem of the county of Lancashire.
Black Peas, Bury black pudding, butter cake, butter pie, chorley cakes, Eccles cakes, clapbread, faggots, fag pies, frumenty, toad in the hole, goosenargh cakes, jannock, Lancashire cheese, Lancashire flatcake, Lancashire oatcake, ormskirk, nettle porridge, parkin, pobbies, Lancashire hotpot, ran dan, rag pudding, sad cake and throdkins are some of the cuisine associated with Lancashire.
Some of the sites of interest that attract visitors to Lancashire include the iconic British resorts of Morecambe Bay and Blackpool, with its Tower, Pleasure Beach, Zoo and famous nightlife. Other attractions include Camelot Theme Park, Beacon Fell, Blackburn Cathedral, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty at Arnside and Silverdale and the Forest of Bowland, Clitheroe Castle, the British Commercial Vehicle Museum in Leyland, Darwen Tower, harris Museum, Hoghton Tower, Irwell Sculpture Trail, Lancaster Castle, Lancaster Cathedral, the nature reserves at Leighton Moss and Martin Mere, Pendle Hill, the Pennines, Queen Street Mill in Burnley, St Walburge’s Church, the West Pennine Moors, Williamson Park, Ashton Memorial, Yarrow Valley Park and Witton Country Park.
Lancashire Tradition & History
The area that is now Lancashire was part of the domain of the Brigantes before the Roman invasion. The settlements of Manchester, Lancaster, Castleshaw, Elslack, Ribchester and Burrow were all originally founded as Roman fortifications. Before being incorporated into the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Northumberland in the mid 8th century, the area probably fell under the dominion of the Brythonic Kingdom of Rheged.
Lancashire was not officially established until 1182, which is late compared to many other counties. For much of its existence Lancashire was a Palatinate.
Lancaster, famously, was one of the protagonist sides that contested the Wars of the Roses during the 15th century.
National Homebuyers Lancashire
National Homebuyers are the UK’s premier fast purchase property company and we are always looking to buy houses in Lancashire. If you wish to sell your house fast in Lancashire, or if you simply wish to sell your home without having to deal with all the stress and hassle often associated with selling property, contacting National Homebuyers could very well be your best option. We have spent the past decade building a reputation of fairness, equitability and professionalism and we offer an unrivalled service to anyone looking to sell property in Lancashire.
Contact our Lancashire house buying team on 08000 443 911 or Request a Call Back options above or complete our online form in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Lancashire.