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

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For London & inner M25 this package is £995


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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 Leeds

Estate Agents in Leeds

Have a property to sell in Leeds? Why not join the thousands of UK sellers saving money and selling with Emoov. As an online agent we list and sell all over the nation, without the hefty fees of a high street agent.

Living in Leeds

The third largest city in the UK, Leeds can be traced back as far as the fifth century. As with other major cities in the area, Leeds was originally a centre for the production of trade and wool developing into a major milling town during the industrial revolution. Today the city is considered the cultural, financial and commercial epicentre of West Yorkshire and also draws the fourth largest student population in the UK to its three universities. Apart from the capital, Leeds is home to the largest legal sector as well as the 5th largest financial and insurance sector in the UK.

Cultural Attractions in Leeds

But it’s not just the economic benefits and employment opportunities of living in the city that make it a popular choice for UK buyers. Leeds attracts more visitors annually than some of the UK’s more traditional holiday destinations such as Brighton and Torquay. Its diverse mix of cultural attractions and events make it a popular choice for many, whether it’s the Leeds City Museum, Thwaite Mills Watermill Museum, Grand Theatre, Phoenix Dance Theatre or the city’s number one venue for live music - the First Direct Arena. The city’s more famous exports include Corinne Bailey Rae, the Spice Girls and the Kaiser Chiefs and it is also home to the Leeds Carnival – the oldest Caribbean carnival in Europe. Leeds is also home to a long standing heritage within the media and film industry. The very first recording of moving images were filmed in Leeds and today the city holds the Leeds International Film Festival, showcasing work from around the world. The Leeds Festival Fringe is a week-long music festival, showcasing the best in local talent on the run up to the Leeds Festival. Leeds is also the home of some of the UK’s most famous artists from Damien Hirst to Henry Moore. Today the Leeds College of Art is working to produce the next batch of Leeds based artists.

Nightlife in Leeds

Leeds is also a hotspot for UK nightlife, maintained by enlarge by its substantial student body, the fourth largest in the UK. The city’s wealth of social offerings from pubs, bars, nightclubs and restaurants are popular with its residents and also offers an abundance of live music venues. If you’re looking for a bite to eat check out Clarence Docks, the area has benefited from a large degree of rejuvenation and is home to a number of new bars and restaurants. Or if you’re after something a bit livelier, head to Millennium Square. Located in the city’s Civic Quarter, the growing entertainment district is a hit for students and weekend warriors alike.

Transport in Leeds

Due to its prominence in the region, Leeds benefits from the focus of public transport links in the area and is also due to benefit from the proposed High Speed 2 rail links. The city is also the starting point for a number of A roads in the region and is the principle hub of the northern motorway network. Although Leeds is one of the most car dependent cities in the UK, it is also home to Leeds railway station - one of the busiest outside of London. Leeds Bradford International Airport, ten miles North West of the city centre, also provides charter and scheduled flights to a number of destinations as well as connecting flights to the major London airports.

Buying in Leeds

With an average house price considerably lower than the capital, Leeds offers the diverse economic, cultural and social advantages of London, but at a considerably cheaper cost of living. This mix of desirable factors from a property perspective mean demand for housing in Leeds is higher than some of its larger neighbours.

If you’re looking to buy in Leeds try Horsforth. A short drive from the city centre, it’s suburb built on community spirit and an ideal location for families and first time buyers. It offers good schools, a quick commute and good transport links. It also offers green space and is located near the River Aire providing a mix of hustle and bustle with a more tranquil lifestyle.

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