National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of highly talented and extremely knowledgeable local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Rutland.
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. We are your local National Homebuyers.
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 Rutland 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 Rutland. We buy any house in Rutland, regardless of the condition or location of your property and absolutely irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling.
Call our Rutland 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 in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Rutland.
Rutland is a county in the East Midlands with an approximate population of around 37,500. Only one other English county has a lower population and there are only three that are smaller in terms of area. Oakham is the county town of Rutland and Uppingham is the only other town in the county.
Rutland House Prices
Average house prices relating to an area the size of the entire county of Rutland 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.
Local residents of Rutland will understand this implicitly and will consider it axiomatic that house prices in, for instance, Hambleton and Tixover will vary widely. To illustrate the extent of the problems involved in arriving at accurate and representative generalised figures in relation to such a large housing market, suffice to say that there is over a million pounds difference between the average house prices in these two areas.
These substantial variations are also part of the reason that different house prices indexes offer such different figures relating to the average house price in Rutland. Most of these indexes place the average rate of annual house price inflation in the region at around 5%, though some place the figure as high as 11%.
However the most recent data points to a cooling of the Rutland housing market. Many factors, including tougher rhetoric and stricter borrowing rules emerging from the Bank of England recently and fears over the consequences of an increasingly imminent rise in the base rate of interest, have led to the development of a widespread belief that house price growth will continue to slow over the coming months. This will assuage the fears of many economists and housing market experts who feared that the Rutland property bubble would have to burst sooner rather than later and that the repercussions would be disastrous.
Either way, average house prices in Rutland are still lower than the peak levels they achieved in 2007, before the onset of the global financial crisis and subsequent housing market crash. Unfortunately for a number of homeowners in Rutland, this means that many find themselves in negative equity, owing more money on their mortgage than the actual value of their homes.
Rutland Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
Local landmarks, tourist attractions and sites of special interest in Rutland include Normanton Hall, Barnsdale Gardens, Oakham Castle, Oakham Buttercross, Rutland Water, Rutland County Museum, Rutland Railway Museum, Lyddington Bede House, Tolethorpe Hall and Stapleford Miniature Railway.
The horseshoe has been Rutland’s emblem for centuries and, according to tradition, if any members of the royalty or peerage pass through Oakham they must present a horseshoe to the Lord of the Manor of Oakham.
Rutland Tradition & History
Belvoir Castle is the family seat of the Dukes of Rutland, The Earl of Rutland was elevated to Duke in the early 18th century and the previously separate titles of the peerage were merged.
The office of High Sheriff of Rutland was established in 1129 and the latest the office of Lord Lieutenant of Rutland was established was 1559.
National Homebuyers Rutland
National Homebuyers are the market leading, fast purchase property company and we are always interested in the opportunity to buy houses in Rutland.
We are a direct cash house buying company and we guarantee to buy your house in Rutland chain, stress and hassle free. We buy any house in Rutland, regardless of condition or location and irrespective of your personal circumstances or reasons for selling.
Contact our Rutland house buying team 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 cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Rutland.
National Homebuyers are leading property buyers for cash within the UK