Happy Customers

"So, what can I say? National Home Buyers….were fantastic, yes, they made a good chunk of money on my house but you know what? They dug me out of a hole where I had given up hope of anything good happening. From start to finish they were very helpful, I must say though that Laura […]"

Mrs M, Devon

"National Homebuyers' staff were friendly and helpful and we went on to agree a sale with them; they even allowed us to change the completion date at the last minute to secure the property of our dreams."

Mr & Mrs M, Sandown, Isle of Wight

Northamptonshire

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

National Homebuyers are the UK’s premier guaranteed house buying company and we have been leading the fast purchase property market for over ten years. In that time we have built a reputation of fairness, equitability and professionalism.

If you wish to sell your house fast in Northamptonshire, or simply want to avoid all the stress and hassle often associated with selling property, selling your home to National Homebuyers could very well be your best option.

We buy any house in Northamptonshire, regardless of the condition or location of your property and irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling.

Following the provision of a fast, no obligation valuation of your property, we guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Northamptonshire.

Call our Northamptonshire house buying team on 08000 443 911 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 Northamptonshire.

Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire is a county in the East Midlands with an approximate population of 629,000. Northampton, from which the county takes its name, is the county town of Northamptonshire.

Northamptonshire House Prices

Following a period of severe and widespread market stagnation and house price depreciation that took hold as a consequence of the onset of the financial crisis and the subsequent housing market crash back in 2007, average house prices in Northamptonshire have begun to rebound over the past eighteen months or so.

Average annual house price inflation in the county currently stands at around 5% and the average time houses in Northamptonshire spend on the market has decreased by a little under 16% over the past twelve months.

While these improvements in the market are extremely encouraging, it should be remembered that the bottom really fell out of the market back in 2007 and then, just two years ago, house prices in many areas of the county were rocked even further by the announcement that the upcoming HS2 rail link would pass directly through certain regions in Northamptonshire. In 2012 there were a number of properties that were on the market for half of what they had been valued at back in 2007.

Another fact that should be borne in mind is that average house prices relating to an area the size of the entire county of Northamptonshire 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 rather than one large market.

If you want to obtain a highly individualised and incredibly accurate valuation of your property that reflects the true 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.

Northamptonshire Culture, Attractions & Things to Do

Local landmarks, tourist attractions and sites of specific interest in Northamptonshire include historic houses and castles at Althorp, Barnwell Manor, Boughton House, Castle Ashby, Cottesbrooke Hall, Deene Park, Easton Neston, Elton Hall, Holdenby House, Kelmarsh Hall, Knuston Hall, Lamport Hall Lilford Hall, Prebendal Manor House, Rockingham Castle and Sulgrave Manor.

The museums at Wellingborough, Towcester, Stoke Bruerne Canal, Rushden Station Railway and 78 Derngate are also popular, as is Billing Aquadrome and the country parks at Brixworth, Daventry, Irchester and Sywell.

Natural features in the county include Summer Leys Nature Reserve, Whittlewood Forest, Salcey Forest, Rockingham Forest and Lyveden New Bield.

Northampton Cathedral, Kirby HallRushton Triangular Lodge, the Iron Age hill forts at Arbury Camp, Rainsborough Camp, Castle Dykes, Hunsbury Hill, Irthlingborough and Borough Hill in Daventry and Watford Locks hold historical interest and Wicksteed Park also attracts several visitors each year.

Northamptonshire Tradition & History

The area that later became part of the territory of the Catuvellauni tribe in around the 1st century BCE, and led fell under the control of the Emperors following the Roman conquest in 43 CE. Lactodorum, an important Roman settlement, stood at the site of modern day Towcester and a Roman road, Watling Street, ran through the county. There were other important settlements at Northampton and Kettering, among others.

The area fell under the dominion of the Kingdom of Mercia following the Roman withdrawal and the subsequent Anglo-Saxon invasions and, in 889, it was conquered by the Danes. Thanks to Edward the Elder, the area was later reclaimed and became part of Wessex. Control of the area oscillated between the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes over the ensuing decades.

The county was first mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in 1017, when it was referred to as Hamtunscire – ‘the shire of the hamlet’. The ‘North’ was added later to distinguish the area from the other hamtun in the south, which eventually developed into Southampton.

Rockingham Castle was built by the Normans following their conquest of England and Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned at the now ruined Fotheringhay Castle before her cousin, Elizabeth I, ordered her execution.

The Battle of Northampton took place during the Wars of the Roses and the Yorkist forces defeated an army under Henry VI, and even took the ill fated monarch captive. The county proved equally unwelcoming for a later king, Charles I, when he was imprisoned at Holdenby House toward the end of the English Civil War.

National Homebuyers Northamptonshire

National Homebuyers are a guaranteed house buying company and, unlike other companies that buy houses in Northamptonshire, we will buy your house in Northamptonshire directly from you, for cash. We do not rely on third party investment and we have no time or use for profiteering middlemen. We simply offer a fast, hassle free service that allows you to sell your home in Northamptonshire chain and stress free, and in a timescale that is totally tailored to suit your needs.

Call our Northamptonshire house buying team on 08000 443 911 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 Northamptonshire.

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