A Fast Estate Agent You Can Trust in Liverpool
It isn’t always easy to find a trustworthy estate agent in Liverpool.
The city has over 200 companies actively selling houses1 – yet many of these use a ‘traditional’ house-selling model which can be slow, stressful and expensive.
There is an easier, better way.
Liverpool’s property market has been through a difficult few years – but there are still potential homeowners keen to invest in the city. Furthermore, with Sold.co.uk operating a cash house buying service in every part of the city, you can offload your property regardless of its condition or neighbourhood.
Sold.co.uk is here to help.
We are proud to be one of Liverpool’s leading online estate agencies. You can contact us for a level of support, and a range of services, that you cannot find anywhere else.
Liverpool is one of the UK’s most sought-after places to live for a reason. So, when the time comes to sell your house, it doesn’t matter whether you live in Norris Green, West Derby, Anfield, Bootle or anywhere in between: we can make it happen.
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What is an Online Estate Agent?
Selling your house in Liverpool doesn’t have to be stressful – and reputable online estate agencies like Sold.co.uk exist so that your life can be made easier.
Online estate agencies differ from traditional agencies because they mainly operate online. These companies are generally less expensive than the average high street agency, which is possible because they have lower overheads.
You can often customise the level of service you receive when using an online estate agent. For example, if you want to take photos of your property yourself or avoid the hassle of working with an external solicitor, then the online estate agency can make this happen.
This can enable you to sidestep parts of the process that would otherwise be quite stressful.
An online estate agency will mainly advertise your property on major online platforms, such as Rightmove or Zoopla. The company will have experts who know how to maximise enquiries and viewings using these platforms – which guarantees that you are in safe hands.
Sold.co.uk charges a flat fee for our services, no matter the value of your property, which is only due once your house sale goes through.
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Property Market in Liverpool
Owning a house in Liverpool is something that many people in the north-west aspire to do.
Not only is the city filled with exciting things to do, see and experience, but the property market tends to perform consistently well from decade to decade. Current figures in Liverpool show that:
- Detached houses in Liverpool currently have an average value of £414k2
- Semi-detached houses in Liverpool currently have an average value of £234k3
- Terraced houses in Liverpool currently have an average value of £146k4
- Flats in Liverpool currently have an average value of £142k5
These figures tend to increase, on average, year-on-year. If you own a property in the city for a long time before offloading it, you might be able to make a significant profit.
On the other hand, if you want to get rid of your house quickly in Liverpool, then Sold.co.uk offers a cash buying option that makes this happen within 7 days.
Should I Sell My House in Liverpool?
Are you trying to decide whether you should sell your house in Liverpool? Don’t worry: you aren’t alone.
It is important that you consider the market conditions in Liverpool when deciding whether to sell your house. It is always preferable to sell when there are lots of buyers on the market, and the local economy is performing strongly, compared to when Liverpool/the UK is going through a recession.
Some of the most common reasons to sell your house in Liverpool include:
- Moving to another area
- Inheriting probate property that you don’t want to keep
- Facing repossession
You might choose to sell your house in Liverpool because you want to move into one of the city’s surrounding commuter towns.
For example, Chester, St Helens and Crosby are all very popular with young couples who want to raise a family slightly outside Liverpool city centre, while maintaining the option to commute into town whenever they need to.
Overall, you should speak to all affected parties and consider personal, financial and economic circumstances to make your decision.
If you do decide to sell your house in Liverpool, an online estate agency like Sold.co.uk can make this happen fast.
Frequently Asked Questions About Online Estate Agents in Liverpool
How long does it take to sell property in Liverpool?
The average time to sell a house in Liverpool is 96 days6 – however, this figure can vary depending on the type of property that you are selling.
Apartments typically take the longest to sell, at 126 days7. Detached properties take approximately 106 days to sell in Liverpool8, while semi-detached houses come in at 90 days. The average time to sell a terraced property in Liverpool is 79 days10.
Luckily, there are many ways that you can speed up this process.
When you use Sold.co.uk’s cash buying service, the deal can be completed within 7 days. The funds from the sale will be available within 24 hours of completion, meaning that you can move onto the next chapter of your life extremely quickly.
Sold.co.uk also offers an online estate agency option which completes house sales faster than the average high street agency.
How fast do we sell?
Sold.co.uk can purchase your house within 7 days, using our cash buying option. We also have an extensive network of traditional buyers (along with cash buyers) that enables you to complete the sale of your property quicker than with the average high street agent. You can also sell to Sold.co.uk in a timeframe entirely of your choosing, so it takes as long or as short as you wish.
What is included in our service?
You can contact Sold.co.uk for any of the following services in Liverpool:
- Cash house buyers
- Estate agency
- Sell a tenanted property
- Sell your house fast
As an online estate agency, you can customise the level of service you receive depending on your circumstances and your budget. You won’t pay anything up-front and will only be charged a flat rate once the deal goes through.
What to do if I’m struggling to sell in Liverpool?
If you are struggling to sell your house in Liverpool, you should take steps to make your house more attractive to potential buyers. This might include reducing the price, waiting for any current tenants to move out, or fixing issues that are turning some buyers away.
Alternatively, you could sell it to a cash buyer like Sold.co.uk who can purchase it within a week, no matter what the property’s condition is or where it is in Liverpool.
How hard is it to sell property in Liverpool?
The average time to currently sell a house in Liverpool is 96 days11 – so you can expect to find a suitable buyer within this time frame if your house is desirable and fairly priced. You may be able to sell even quicker when you use a reliable, efficient company like Sold.co.uk.
There are lots of people keen on buying property in Liverpool. Over the past 12 months, prices have increased by 6%12, and it is common for houses in the city to increase in value year-on-year. This means that there are plenty of property investors that would like to add a Liverpool house to their portfolio.
Can Sold.co.uk sell a property quickly?
Yes, Sold.co.uk can sell property extremely quickly. Our cash buying service allows you to sell your property to us within 7 days. If you choose to sell your house with us on the market, then you will be able to sell your house quicker than the average estate agency would make possible: the average time to sell a house in Liverpool is 96 days13, but Sold.co.uk’s average is faster than that.
How much does it cost to sell a property in Liverpool?
The cost of selling your property in Liverpool depends on the route that you choose.
When you sell with Sold.co.uk, the process of selling your property can be a flat fee of £1,999 once the deal goes through. This means that you avoid the variable costs of estate agency commissions, legal fees and more.
If you opt for a traditional high street agency route, the cost of selling your house will be significantly more.