National Homebuyers employ a dedicated purchasing team of highly experienced local housing market experts covering all areas throughout Wiltshire.
As a company, National Homebuyers try our utmost to remain as informed as possible about every single aspect of each and every market in which we operate. We have been the market leading, guaranteed house buying company for over ten years. Our local presence and market experts’ knowledge is backed by our company’s size and national coverage, allowing us to provide you with the very best service available when selling your home in Wiltshire. We are your local National Homebuyers.
National Homebuyers buy any house in Wiltshire, regardless of the condition or location of your property and totally irrespective of your circumstances or reasons for selling. Contact our Wiltshire house buying team today and, following the provision of a fast, no obligation valuation of your property, we guarantee to make you a genuine cash offer to buy your home in Wiltshire.
Call our Wiltshire house buying team 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 fill in our online form in order to get a cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire is a landlocked county in the South West of England with an approximate population of 684,000. It is the 14th largest county in England by area and Trowbridge has been its county town since 1930, when it replaced Wilton, the town from which the county takes its name.
Wiltshire House Prices
In terms of average house prices, Wiltshire is roughly on a par with the nearby counties of Gloucestershire and Bristol, but is quite a way cheaper than Dorset. The most expensive area in the county is Bidestone, while the cheapest area for anyone looking to buy a house in Wiltshire is Tidworth.
It is difficult to generalise in terms of house prices when dealing with a large city. It becomes even more difficult to adequately describe house price trends when dealing with counties, which have several distinct areas and wide variation across regions.
However, having said that, the average cost of buying property across Wiltshire in its entirety has increased by around 3% since last year. This is not the area of astronomical house value inflation of the type that has been witnessed across London and in some areas of the South East. Slow and steady would be a more accurate description of average house price increases in Wiltshire. In itself, this is something of a double edged sword.In essence, Wiltshire is not suffering from anxiety over whether or not an ostensible property bubble in the area will burst and fears over the ensuing consequences, simply because there is no property bubble in the area. The downside is that, because house price rises in Wiltshire have been so slow and steady, average house values in the area are still some way off approaching the levels they managed to reach in 2007, before the financial crisis and subsequent housing market crash.
In essence, Wiltshire is not suffering from anxiety over whether or not an ostensible property bubble in the area will burst and fears over the ensuing consequences, simply because there is no property bubble in the area. The downside is that, because house price rises in Wiltshire have been so slow and steady, average house values in the area are still some way off approaching the levels they managed to reach in 2007, before the financial crisis and subsequent housing market crash.
Wiltshire Culture, Attractions & Things to Do
Being in Cotswold country, Wiltshire has some fantastic open spaces, including Marlborough Downs, Cranborne Chase, the Vale of Pewsey and the iconic Salisbury Plain, home of the most famous tourist attraction in Wiltshire and one of, if not the, most famous landmarks in the country, Stonehenge. While nowhere as famous as Stonehenge, Wiltshire has several other iconic tourist attractions, such as Salisbury Cathedral, Longleat Safari Park, the less famous Neolithic stone circle at Avebury, the Science Museum at Wroughton, Cotswold Water Park, Maud Heath’s Causeway and King Alfred’s Tower.
Wiltshire Tradition & History
The former county town of Wilton, from which Wiltshire takes its name, was originally named after the River Wylye.
Wiltshire is famous for its prehistoric archaeology and, besides the famous sites of Stonehenge and Avebury, the county has an extensive collection of Neolithic, Mesolithic and Bronze Age settlements and sites of worship.
Wiltshire was on the periphery of Saxon England until it was eventually enfolded into the territory of the West Saxons. Perhaps the most notable or at least the best recorded, event to occur in Wiltshire during Anglo-Saxon times was the Battle of Bedwyn in 675.
The Danes invaded in 878 and the Norman Conquest also reached the county almost two centuries later.
The Battle of Roundway Down, fought near Devizes, was a decisive Royalist victory that occurred in the primarily Parliamentarian County of Wiltshire during the English Civil War.
Natives of Wiltshire are known colloquially as ‘Moonrakers’. The sobriquet originates from the story of a bunch of smugglers who dumped their contraband alcohol into a village pond to avoid being caught by excise officers. Realising their illegal imports were still visible, they began to rake the surface of the pond in order to cause ripples that the smugglers hoped would hide them. When the excise officers asked them what on Earth they were doing, the smugglers said they were trying to catch hold of massive wheel of cheese they could see in the centre of the pond. Realising they were talking about the reflection of the moon and presuming them either insane or stupid, the excise officers left the moonrakers in peace.
National Homebuyers Wiltshire
National Homebuyers are the UK’s premier fast purchase property company and we are always looking to buy houses in Wiltshire. If you wish to sell your house fast in Wiltshire, 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 for fairness, equitability and professionalism and we offer an unrivalled service to anyone looking to sell property in Wiltshire.
Contact our Wiltshire house buying team on 0800 044 3470 or Request a Call Back icons above or complete our online form in order to get a genuine cash offer from National Homebuyers to buy your house in Wiltshire in a timescale tailored to suit you.