Sell your house in Bradford Fast
Published by Property Saviour
The UK's No.1 Fast House Sale Company
January 6, 2015 - Read time: 3 minutes
Are you looking to sell your house Bradford fast? Would you like the sale to move quickly? Would you rather sell without the costs and hassles of using an estate agent?
Do you feel let down by your estate agent? Is your property stuck on the market? Perhaps your estate agent promised to sell your house in Bradford, yet the sale is not progressing as quickly as you would like.
If this is you then don’t worry, we can help. We will buy your property fast. Our process is professional and hassle-free. Enquire now.
Selling your house fast in Bradford is really achievable with Property Saviour. We are property investors based in Leeds and looking to invest in properties in Bradford. We are not estate agents pretending to be house buyers as you will find online, we are genuine cash buyers. We have the ability to buy your property quickly without any hassle. Our solicitors are experts in working quickly and we can offer the exchange of contracts in a matter of days. We will even pay an extra £500 towards your legal fees and there are absolutely no hidden fees or catches.
Whatever type of residential property you are looking to sell, we are always interested in buying. Whether you want to sell a flat, an apartment, a house of multiple occupation (HMO), a mansion, a house or a bungalow we are ready to buy your property. If you are looking for a fast & certain sale then look no further, we are here to help you.
Often sellers require a quick sale so that they can access funds to buy their next house, perhaps within the Bradford area or indeed nationally. Having access to these funds gives the seller a cash buyer position which can be a real advantage when you are trying to secure a good deal on a property.
Hello! I’m Stephanie. Do you have a property to sell in Bradford quickly? We buy all types of houses in Bradford fast ranging from investment buy to let properties to residential properties.
We will also buy your unmortgageable property. Whatever the condition, we will buy your house!
Property Saviour are genuine cash buyers. We will exchange contracts in days and agree a completion date to suite your needs.
We will pay you £500 towards your legal fees. We guarantee to offer you more cash for your property.
For a guaranteed fast house sale, get your free cash offer now.
What is your house worth, before your decide to sell?
It makes sense to check the value of your property before you decide to sell it. How can you be sure whether the valuation given by your estate agent is realistic? When selling your house you must know the true value of your property before you agree to a sale. This maximises your chances of selling your house fast and getting a fair price for the sale.
The best way of establishing the value of your home is to check recently sold prices listed on Land Registry website. Land Registry have been recording sold house prices since 1995 so are a good indicator of what is selling and for how much. Find out more here, how much is your house worth?
How do I find out the real value of my house?
There are certain ways that you can find out the real value of your house. One simple method is to find similar houses sold in your street or your local area by looking at the Rightmove Sold Prices. Here you can also see how long each house was on the market and get a general idea of how long it is currently taking for a property to sell.
The sale of a property is dependent on several factors such as:
- The time of the year – keep in mind that the winter months and the height of summer are not ideal times to sell.
- A realistic asking price – a price that is too high, or indeed too low, will deter potential buyers.
- Demand for property in the area – what kind of houses are people generally looking to buy in your area and does your house match that criteria?
- Desirability of the area – for example, a house in the catchment area of a prestigious local Grammar School will be highly sought after.
- The condition of property – houses requiring extensive renovation tend to take much longer to sell, as they only attract a certain type of buyer.
Find out about your free house valuation.
A RICS surveyor will value your property based on how other properties have sold within the last 12 months. They will look at the details of sale for similar properties on your street and within a 0.25 mile radius of your property. If you have invited an estate agents to give you a valuation, make sure you ask them if they are members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Also check whether their valuation would be close to the asking price if you instructed them to do a RICS survey.
Another factor for valuing a property is how long it will take to sell your house on the open market. In order to sell your house fast, you need to have it priced at a sensible level.
How to prepare your house for sale in Bradford?
If you want to prepare your house for sale, a good place to start is by de-cluttering & cleaning. You may find that you have extra items that you don’t want or need. Selling these extra items on sites such as eBay or Gumtree not only generates some extra income but can also create a more spacious feeling in your house. Consider doing some decorating to freshen up your house, or perhaps pay a professional decorator to assist with some of the work. Try to reflect on how you can minimise the impact of any negative factors that could be affecting the value of your property. Perhaps your house has several really small bedrooms, or issues with the kitchen or bathroom. Certain structural issues can affect the mortgage arrangements for potential buyers, and in some cases it may not be possible for a buyer to obtain a mortgage at all. If you are stuck in a situation like this, we can still buy your property. We are genuine cash buyers who will be happy to hear from you.
Why We Buy Property in Bradford Fast?
We love to buy a property in Bradford and usually buy at least one property every 2-3 months within the Bradford area.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) the latest figures show that Bradford District has a population of 526,400 people.
In terms of population, Bradford District is the 4th largest district in England, after Birmingham, Sheffield and Leeds. Bradford District’s population growth is lower than other major cities. In the last 2 years Bradford District’s population has grown 0.6% which is lower than the regional average of 0.9% and the national average of 1.4%.
Bradford is a youthful district with the 3rd highest number of 0-15 year olds (123,800) in England; only Leeds and Birmingham have higher numbers. Nearly one-quarter (23.5%) of Bradford District’s population is aged under 16.
Bradford’s population is ethnically diverse. The largest proportion of Bradford Council’s population (63.9%) identifies itself as White British. Bradford Council has the largest proportion of people of Pakistani origin of circa 20.3% in England.
In Bradford there are 199,296 households. The majority of households own their own home, 29.3% own their home outright and 35.7% with a mortgage. Privately rented households make up 18.1% and 29.6% of households were single person households.
The Annual Population Survey in June 2014 revealed that Bradford District has 221,500 people aged 16-64 in employment. At 66.4% this is significantly lower than the national rate of employment, which currently stands at 71.9%. This means that approximately 112,300 (around 1 in 3 people) aged 16-64, are not in work. The unemployment rate is 4.2%. This is higher than the regional and national averages.
Property Saviour: Which locations in Bradford will you buy property in?
We will buy your property in any location in Bradford, including the following areas:
- Bradford city centre
- Bradford Moor
- East Bierley
- Little Germany
- East Bowling
- Holme Wood
- Little Horton
- West Bowling
- Lidget Green
- Great Horton
- Lower Grange
- Cross Hills
- and Haworth.
In fact, we will buy any house located in England and Wales!
If you are feeling let down by your estate agent or frustrated with a lack of interest in your property, get in touch and find out what we can do to help.