Our activity around Cambridge
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99.1% of customers recommend us*
Our award-winning team is available 7 days a week to help progress your sale, supervising and problem-solving all the way until moving day to make the process as stress-free as possible.
*Based on 1109 reviews on allagents.co.uk
Properties we’re currently selling around Cambridge
We’ve sold homes in 98% of postcodes areas in the UK. Here’s what we’re currently selling around Cambridge
Mowbray Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1
Asking price: £975,000
Butts Green, Whittlesford, Cambridge, CB22
Asking price: £430,000
Rivey Way, Linton, Cambridge, CB21
Asking price: £395,000
Jubilee Green, Papworth Everard, Cambridge, CB23
Asking price: £315,000
The Green, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19
Asking price: £299,000
Melbourn Road, Royston, SG8
Asking price: £335,000
The Gate House, 1 Potton Road, Guilden Morden, Royston, SG8 0LB
Asking price: £775,000
Little Brook, 1a Potton Road, Guilden Morden, Royston, SG8 0LB
Asking price: £895,000
Cranfield Way, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE28
Asking price: £450,000
Great Sampford / Saffron Walden CB10
Asking price: £435,000
Mill End, Dunmow, Essex, CM6
Asking price: £275,000
Cornish Hall End, Finchingfield
Asking price: £550,000
Manor Estate, March, PE15
Asking price: £215,000
Barrells Down Road, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM23
Asking price: £750,000
Summers Hill Drive, Cambridge, CB23
Asking price: £275,000
Adelaide Walk, Earith, Huntingdon, PE28
Asking price: £285,000
Burns Court, Eaton Ford, St. Neots, PE19
Asking price: £320,000
65 Wissen Drive, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 1FT
Asking price: £249,995
Chapel Lane, Wimblington, March, PE15
Asking price: £495,000
Rye Street, Bishop's Stortford, CM23
Asking price: £385,000
Manor Links, Bishops Stortford
Asking price: £595,000
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vs. the average of 8 high street agents and online agents (Jan 2016). Here’s how we’ve sold over 5,000 properties at 99% of last advertised price.
- 1. List with eMoov
- 2. Photography & Floorplans
- 3. We promote your home
- 4. Qualified Viewings
- 5. Offer Negotiation
- 6. Support to Completion
List with eMoov
You can sell your home with eMoov online or on the phone by calling us on 0333 121 4950. We offer secure payment methods, with the option to pay now or pay later with 0% finance.
We believe in our services so much that we even offer a money back guarantee.
- Secure payments via credit card, Paypal or a 0% financing option.
- Pay online or over the phone on 0333 121 4950.
- Free Valuation service if you’re not quite sure what how to price your property.
Photography & Floorplans
Our media team will visit your property to take photographs, compile a floorplan and carry out an EPC if needed.
- We use SLR cameras for higher quality photographs.
- You choose which photos to use before your listing is published.
- Manage your entire listing online. Instantly change price, property description, etc.
We promote your home
Your home will be quickly advertised on 100’s of the biggest property websites like Rightmove, Zoopla, Prime Location, S1 Homes (Scotland) and eMoov.co.uk. That’s millions of buyer visitors each month.
- Visits per month – 117.5 million
- Pages viewed per day – 58.5 million
- Visits per month – 50 million
- Page viewed per day – 13 million
Our viewings team will qualify potential buyers and work with you to schedule appointments at your convenience. As you are the expert on your property we believe you are the best person to show prospective buyers around and impart it’s selling points. Buyers prefer this too.
- We qualify all buyers to understand their position.
- Buyers can use social login to fully verify themselves.
- We follow on all viewings to gather feedback.
- Log in to our platform and set your viewing availability.
- Accept and manage viewings 24/7.
We verify every offer that we receive on your behalf to confirm they can proceed. We then negotiate the very best price for you, informing you of any updates along the way and passing on your decision to accept or reject it.
Our recent performance shows that we typically achieve sold prices of 99% of the last asking price compared with the average UK agent at just 97% (Source: Hometrack 2016).
- In-house team who negotiate a great price for you.
- 99% of last advertised asking price typically achieved.
- Properties to a value of over £1bn sold to date.
- Sold properties ranging from £38,000 up to £3.15m.
Support to Completion
Our award-winning team is available 7 days a week to help progress your sale through to completion. We’ll ensure that property lawyers are instructed by both parties and a memorandum of sale is sent. We then supervise and problem-solve where necessary all the way until moving day.
- We’ll chase others in the chain so you don’t have to.
- Award winning, in-house team.
- 99% customer satisfaction (Source: allagents.co.uk).
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Reasons to love Cambridge
Estate Agents in Cambridge
As a national agent, eMoov.co.uk list and sell properties all over the nation. We can sell your property from as little as £595, saving you thousands against a high street agent. All of our packages come with our award winning customer service as standard, so what are you waiting for?
Selling your home in Cambridge
eMoov’s Property Hotspots Index monitors the change in supply and demand for the most populated locations across the UK, by monitoring the total number of properties sold in comparison to those on sale.
eMoov’s March Index found that demand for property in Cambridge was at a huge 66%. This places Cambridge as number two out of the 100 hottest spots in the UK, making it popular amongst UK buyers as a place to live.
Cambridge is a university city on the banks of the River Cam around 50 miles to the north of London. Found in East Anglia it is the second largest city in Cambridgeshire and the 54th largest in the UK.
Education in Cambridge
Cambridge is most well-known for its university and its rivalry with the city and university of Oxford. Cambridge University was founded in 2909 and is regularly featured in the top five universities in the world.
Along with the Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge benefits from some 30,000 students each year. Making it a popular destination for both students and those looking to invest in a buy to let property.
Cambridge benefits from extensive transport links, although rapid growth in the 20th century have resulted in these becoming congested. The city lies next to both the M11 and A14 making it largely accessible by car.
Cambridge also benefits from good rail links, offering a direct train to London King’s Cross in under hour, making Cambridge a popular choice to live for those looking to commute to the city but live in a more affordable area than London. These rail links also stretch in the opposite direction to Norwich and the Midlands.
Culture in Cambridge
As well as a rich sporting heritage Cambridge also has a rich offering within the arts sector. There is a wide theatrical offering from the city’s main traditional theatre, the Arts Theatre, to the substantially larger Cambridge Corn Exchange. Both are prime examples of Cambridge’s rich historic architecture with the Corn Exchange having been built in the 19th century. Both theatres facilitate theatre at a range of levels from touring shows to local groups.
As well as being featured in a number of novels Cambridge also has strong roots in the music industry, with Pink Floyd probably the city’s most famous export. If you’re a music fan, check out the Corn Exchange and the Cambridge Junction for great music venues.
Rather take in some artistic inspiration? The Wysing Arts Centre is one of the leading research centres for the visual arts in the whole of Europe! Cambridge is also a hot bed for festival activity during the summer months. The city’s Midsummer Fair can be traced back as far as 1211. There is also the Strawberry Fair, a free music and children’s fair, the Cambridge Folk Festival, the Shakespeare Festival, Cambridge Film Festival and the Cambridge Beer Festival.
The wide variety of festivals alone highlight the rich mix of culture available to those living in Cambridge. As a city with something to offer everyone, it’s no wonder Cambridge is such a popular destination in which to live.
Buying in Cambridge
If you’re looking to buy or rent in Cambridge, there is a range of different areas to consider. Starting at Cambridge University? Try Round Church Street. It is just a stone’s throw away from the town centre, perfect for those with a thriving social life. Or if you take your studies more seriously, Queen’s Street is so close to the campus, the commute is almost non-existent.
Clarendon Road offers great school catchment areas, where as Station Road is ideal for those commuting to the city.
Looking to settle down and start a family? Gwydir Street and De Freville Avenue both have good reputations as family friendly communities.