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

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For London & inner M25 this package is £995

 

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Reasons to love Glasgow

Estate Agents in Glasgow

If you’re looking for an Estate Agent in Glasgow, why not try Emoov? Not only do we cover the whole of the UK, we charge a low fixed fee, instead of a hefty percentage like high street agents. The catch? There isn’t one. You still get everything you would on the high street, but with the added extra of award winning customer service.

Selling your home in Glasgow

Geography and History

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the whole of the UK. It also has the largest economy in the country and is the metropolitan hub of the West Central region. Located on the River Clyde, Glasgow was once one of the most significant cities in the UK for manufacturing, the most prominent being shipbuilding, remaining a large part of the city’s industry today. It is also one of the largest seaports in Britain and was historically a trade hub for transatlantic trade. Today however, it is better known for its financial sector, ranking amongst the best in the world.

Culture

A former European City of Culture, Glasgow offers an array of architecture, its most notable having been designed by the Glasgow School. It is also home to the majority of Scotland’s national arts organisations, including the Scottish Ballet and Opera.

The city offers a wide variety of things to do and places to see, our top tip is to visit the West End. One of the more popular tourist areas, the district boats a wide array of bohemian cafes, boutiques, bars, clubs and restaurants. It is also home to the University of Glasgow, the fourth oldest in the western world and amongst the top 100 in the world. It is one of five universities within a ten mile radius of the city centre, making Glasgow a popular destination for students.

Sporting Rivalries

Glasgow is also home to one of the bitterest footballing rivalries in existence, as both Celtic F.C and Glasgow Rangers play their home matches in the city. However since Rangers were demoted for financial reasons, the two teams have not played each other in a competitive derby.

Buying in Glasgow

Demand for property in Glasgow has been increasing at a rate of knots in recent years. The mix of employment opportunities, cultural heritage and up and coming social offerings make it a desirable place to live for a wide variety of people. Those looking to buy in the city should do so before house prices catch up with the levels of demand.

This said if you are looking to buy it helps if you like sandstone, as the tenement style of building is not only one of the city’s most recognisable characteristics, but also the most common form of dwelling in the city.

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