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

Sell for just £895 and pay nothing upfront.
For London & inner M25 this package is £995


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James Sedger

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


*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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Reasons to love Bournemouth

Estate Agents in Bournemouth

If you’re looking to sell your home in Bournemouth let Emoov give you a helping hand. As the UK's No.1 Hybrid Estate Agent we cover the whole of the UK, so whether you’re buying or selling on the South coast you need look no further.

Selling your home in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is a large seaside town located on the South coast of England and the largest settlement in the Country of Dorset, however prior to 1974 it was part of Hampshire.

Bournemouth University

Bournemouth University offers the appeal of nationally renowned schools of study, particularly within the media sector, as well as a vast and varied nightlife that sees around 17,000 students a year opt to study on the South coast.

Things to do in Bournemouth

However it isn’t just the nightlife that has made Bournemouth renowned as a destination for stag and hen dos and students alike. The town centre provides something appealing for everyone with a variety of Victorian architecture including a number of listed churches.

The Bournemouth International Centre

Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), located close to the sea front, is a regional centre for business. It attracts interest from around the world providing a venue for medical conferences, awards dinners and music tours from a number of major artists. Bournemouth also has a thriving financial sector bringing a gross added value to the town of £1m.

AFC Bournemouth

Located on the peripheral of the town is Dean Court, home to AFC Bournemouth who were more recently promoted to the Premier League, the top tier of English football.

Town Centre

More centrally Bournemouth has a lot to offer whether you’re a tourist or a resident. You can take a walk in Bournemouth Gardens, well known for its natural beauty particularly in the summer concluding your walk at the pleasure pier and golden beach. The gardens also include a crazy golf course and hot air balloon which provides a panoramic view of the whole town. At the foot of the gardens and partnered with the BIC is the Pavilion Theatre offering a wealth of theatrical entertainment and a venue for events such as ballroom dancing.

Eating out in Bournemouth

The varied nationalities of the 400,000+ Bournemouth residents results in a vast choice of cuisines when dining out. Whether you want to eat fish and chips on the beach, authentic Thai food, a vegetarian option or a stone baked pizza there is a restaurant in Bournemouth to suit.

Getting around Bournemouth

Bournemouth is serviced by a wide network of busses as well as the South Western train network. It also benefits from direct routes to the M27 and M3. Its direct commutes to London and the West are a driving factor behind its popularity as a holiday destination and the reason for people’s desire to buy a property in Bournemouth. Bournemouth also has its own airport having opened its doors commercially in 1950, it serves some 600,000+ passengers a year and flies to a range of destinations in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and Turkey to name but a few.

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