Sell your house in Birmingham without the High Street Estate Agent Fees

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For London & inner M25 this package is £995

 

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Ash Malhotra

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Independent research shows that Emoov achieves the highest sale price for your home*

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*Data provided by TwentyEA shows that of the top 30 national estate agents that operate at Emoov’s price point, Emoov achieves a higher sale price.

See what you could save based on our Fixed Fee Saver Package.

You could save thousands by paying a fixed fee of £895, rather than a commission
based on your sale price. In London & inner M25 the low fixed fee is £995.

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Properties we’re currently selling around Birmingham

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Reasons to love Birmingham

Estate Agents in Birmingham

If you’re looking to buy in Birmingham, Emoov can help. As UK's No.1 Hybrid Estate Agent we buy and sell property across the nation. Why not check out www.emoov.co.uk/properties and see what we have listed in Birmingham.

Location and History

Located in the heart of the Midlands, Birmingham is the largest city outside of London and also has the largest population outside of the capital. Since 2001 the number of people living in Birmingham has soared dramatically, increasing at a rate higher than anywhere in the UK.

The city grew to prominence as the manufacturing and engineering hub of the UK, however today it is better known for its employment within the service sector. It accounts for the majority of the cities employment predominantly within public administration, education, health and is also the third largest area for employment within the financial and business sectors.

Getting Around

Due to its central position Birmingham has also become a major transport hub, serviced by extensive motorway and canal services. It is also home to Spaghetti Junction, one of the most well-known and more confusing parts of English motorway.

Birmingham Airport is also the fourth busiest in the UK and Birmingham New Street Station is the busiest train stations in the UK, with the exception of London. It offers good commuter links to the capital and the city is due to benefit from the High Speed 2 rail link in 2026.

Sport

Birmingham also has a rich sporting history, but is better known today for its rivalry between Birmingham City and Aston Villa, although they don’t currently play in the same league. It is also home to Edgbaston Cricket Ground, the second largest in the UK.

Culture

Like most major cities, Birmingham has a rich and diverse culture. This results in a wealth of bars, clubs and restaurants to suit any taste. Our local tip? Check out Snobs if you like Indie music or if you want a bite to eat head to Purnell’s!

The high volume of job opportunities in the city, its central location in the heart of England and its numerous, accessible transport links are all desirable factors for those looking to buy a property. However economic inequality in Birmingham is the greatest of any other city in England and even Glasgow. With some of the highest unemployment levels in the country, demand for property in Birmingham isn’t as high as you might expect.

Buying in Birmingham

If you’re looking to buy or rent in Birmingham our top tip for students is Selly Oaks is more affordable than the city centre and has become somewhat of a student stronghold. For those moving for work try Moseley. A more modern, cosmopolitan area, its trendy bars and restaurants sit along a well maintained high street and the area offers relatively affordable accommodation.

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