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"I had been caring for my Mother for a number of years and the thought of selling my property using an Estate Agent was a hassle that I did not feel able to cope with."

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Merseyside

National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of highly experienced and knowledgeable local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Merseyside.

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 Merseyside in a timescale that is specifically tailored to suit your needs.

Contact our Merseyside house buying team today and, 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. We buy any house in Merseyside, regardless of the condition or location of your property and absolutely irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling.

Call our Merseyside team today 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 complete our online form in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Merseyside.

Merseyside

Merseyside is a metropolitan county in the North West of England with a population of approximately 1,318,000.

Merseyside House Prices

While average house prices in Merseyside are on a par with those in Lancashire, they are generally cheaper than average house values in Cheshire and Greater Manchester.

The annual rate of average house price inflation in Merseyside currently stands at around 5%, which means that house buyers are currently paying around 5% more to buy houses in Merseyside than they were this time last year.

Furthermore average house prices in the county are also somewhat similar to what they were in 2007, before the onset of the global financial crisis and the ensuing housing market crash.

Average house prices relating to an area the size of the entire county of Merseyside 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 as opposed to one large market.

A good example of this is offered by the difference between areas such as, for instance, Caldy and Walton. Residents of Merseyside will know that there is little point in comparing similar houses in these areas, due to the fact that average house prices in the former area are over six hundred thousand pounds higher than those in the latter.

If you want an individualised and accurate valuation of your property that truly reflects the value of your home, contact National Homebuyers. We offer fast, accurate, fully comprehensive, no obligation property valuations that take into account every variable affecting your home’s value.

Merseyside Culture, Attractions & Things to Do

Liverpool, the flagship city in Merseyside, is known as The World Capital of Pop Music, thanks to the fact that it has produced more musicians who have topped the charts than anywhere else.

Albert Dock and The Beatles Story Museum housed there, The Cavern Club, Croxteth Hall, Gambier Terrace, HM Customs and Excise National Museum, Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitan Museum of Christ the King, Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery museum, Mersey Tunnels, the Museum of Liverpool Life, Pier Head, Speke Hall, St George’s Hall,

Tate Liverpool, World Museum Liverpool, the Liver Building and the former White Star Line Office are some of the notable landmarks and attractions in Liverpool. And, of course, there are the local places of worship for Merseyside football fans: Anfield and Goodison Park.

In St Helens there is The Dream, Langtree Park, North West Museum of Road Transport, St Helens World of Glass and Haydock Park Racecourse. Aintree Racecourse, Crosby Beach, Haig Avenue, Hugh Baird College, Meols Hall, Southport Pleasureland, Southport Pier, Royal Birkdale Golf Club and Formby are among the most notable sites of special interest in Sefton and in Knowesley there is Knowesley Hall and Knowesley Safari Park.

Some of the most prominent landmarks, attractions and sites of specific interest in Wirral include Bidston Hill and Bidston Windmill, Birkenhead Park, Birkenhead Priory, Hamilton Square, Hibre Island, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Leasowe Castle, Leasowe Lighthouse, North Wirral Coastal Park, Port Sunlight, Prenton Park, Williamson Art Gallery and Museum and Wirral County Park.

Merseyside Tradition & History

Mesolithic hunter-gatherers settled in the area that eventually became Merseyside around 10,000 years ago.

Though there is slight evidence of Roman habitation of the area, it was not extensively settled during the Romano-British period. The Saxons settled in the area around 650 and Viking invasion and settlement began in the early 10th century.

The first wet dock in the world was built in Liverpool in 1710, By this point Liverpool had a set of docks, whereas most other places in the world only had one. The first circulating library in Europe was also founded in the city in 1759.

The county experienced massive expansion during the 18th century, primarily driven by increased trade, particularly in slaves. When local MP William Roscoe voted to abolish slavery in 1807 he was attacked on his return to Liverpool because many local residents saw the end of slavery as a threat to their prosperous existence. However, the expansion continued throughout the 19th century and trade continued to flourish, with 5 million tons of cargo passing through Liverpool Docks annually by the 1860s.

National Homebuyers Merseyside

National Homebuyers will buy your house in Merseyside from you directly, for cash, and in a timescale that is tailored to suit your needs. We buy any house in Merseyside, regardless of condition or location and irrespective of your personal circumstances or reasons for selling.  If you want to sell your house fast in Merseyside, or simply wish to avoid all the stress and hassle often associated with selling property, selling your home in Merseyside to National Homebuyers could well be the answer.

Contact our helpful and friendly Merseyside house buying team by phone on 0800 044 3470 or Request a Call Back icons above or enter your details into our online form in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Merseyside.

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