Sell your house in Liverpool 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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*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.
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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 Liverpool
We’ve sold homes in 98% of postcodes areas in the UK. Here’s what we’re currently selling around Liverpool
Whitman Street, Liverpool, L15
Asking price: £75,995
4 Croxteth Drive, Liverpool, L17
Asking price: £60,000
Bedford Street South, Liverpool, L7
Asking price: £54,000
Bonsall Road, Liverpool, L12
Asking price: £125,000
Appleby Green, Liverpool, L12
Asking price: £370,000
Watchfield Close, Liverpool, L24
Asking price: £259,995
Asking price: £120,000
Cavendish Drive, Birkenhead, CH42
Asking price: £330,000
Cornwall Drive, Prenton, CH43
Asking price: £225,000
Willaston Road, Demby Farm House, Wirral, CH63
Asking price: £610,000
Grovedale Drive, Wirral, CH46
Asking price: £205,000
Keel Hey, Willaston, CH64
Asking price: £439,000
Windleshaw Road, St. Helens WA10
Asking price: £117,500
St. Helens WA10
Asking price: £199,950
Claremont Road, Billinge, Wigan, WN5
Asking price: £154,995
Elizabeth Road, St. Helens, WA11
Asking price: £93,000
Bostock Street, , Warrington, WA5
Asking price: £88,000
Kingswood Park, , Frodsham, WA6
Asking price: £260,000
Land on Chester Road, Warrington
Asking price: £450,000
Camberwell Drive, Walton, Warrington, WA4
Asking price: £250,000
Wesley Place, Liverpool, L15
Asking price: £299,950
Belgrave Road, Aigburth, Liverpool, L17
Asking price: £200,000
Brampton Drive, Liverpool, L8
Asking price: £165,000
Abberley Road, Liverpool L25
Asking price: £120,000
Eton Street, Liverpool, L4
Asking price: £50,000
Higher Road, Hunts Cross, Liverpool, L26
Asking price: £230,000
Rycot Road, Liverpool, L24
Asking price: £95,000
Simons Close, Prescot, L35
Asking price: £167,000
Wallace Drive, St. Helens, WA10
Asking price: £205,000
Ridgeway Drive, Liverpool, L31
Asking price: £254,500
Stockdale Drive, Great Sankey, WA5 3RU
Asking price: £425,000
Chapelside Close, Warrington, WA5
Asking price: £190,000
Alaska Mews, Great Sankey, Warrington, WA5
Asking price: £215,000
Bridgeport Mews, Warrington, WA5
Asking price: £115,000
Grange Valley, St. Helens, WA11
Asking price: £149,500
Sandringham Avenue, Chester
Asking price: £230,000
Bransfield Close, Wigan, WN3
Asking price: £155,000
Blundell Drive, Birkdale, PR8
Asking price: £485,000
Barrymore Road, Northwich, CW8
Asking price: £170,000
Cranleigh, Standish, Wigan WN6
Asking price: £414,550
Reasons to love Liverpool
Looking for an Estate Agent in Liverpool?
If you’re looking for an Estate Agent in Liverpool, why not try Emoov? We list properties across the nation for a transparent, fixed fee. There’s no catch and we’re considerably cheaper than high street Estate Agents.
Selling your home in Liverpool
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. In Emoov’s March Index, Liverpool was at 20%, a drop of 2% since the last Hotspots Index in December.
More about Liverpool
Situated at the mouth of the River Mersey, in the north west of England, Liverpool was once one of the largest ports in the world. However now it is probably better known for its musical heritage and the city has produced more top selling artists than any other. The most famous export without a doubt being the Beatles.
Liverpool also has a thriving film industry, producing a high proportion of films on a yearly basis, even acting as a double for Paris, Venice and Moscow. The city also has a number of attractions from an architectural stand point, with two cathedrals at each end of Hope Street. It is also home to such famous attractions as the Albert docks, the Walker Art Gallery, St George’s Hall and the oldest Chinatown in the UK! This mix of artistic and creative inspiration is no doubt a factor behind the city’s success in the arts, making it a desirable location to buy a property in the North. So if you want the romance of the French capital or the historic beauty of Venice but at a more affordable price, a property in Liverpool could be the answer.
Transport Links in Liverpool
Liverpool also has an extensive expanse of transportation links, providing travel to all corners of the nation. The M62 connects the city to Hull, providing links to Manchester, Leeds and Bradford along the way as well as linking to the M6 and M1. The city’s main station, Liverpool Lime Street, offers transport links to many major towns and commuters can be in London in just over two hours.
The Port of Liverpool, although not as famous as it was, is still one of Britain’s largest ports. It offers a number of ferry services to Belfast and Dublin, making Liverpool a desirable option for Irish tourists and residence alike. The Liverpool John Lennon Airport, named of course after one of their most famous exports, offers flights to as many as 68 different destinations.
Liverpool, as with many large cities, is a popular destination for students. The city is home to three universities; the University of Liverpool, the Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University as well as the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
The city, like many, is divided by a footballing rivalry. With Liverpool and Everton football clubs colouring the city half in red and half in blue. It is also home to the world famous Aintree Racecourse, home to the Grand National.
Buying in Liverpool
This mix of iconic sporting history, cultural and artistic influence and extensive transport links makes Liverpool a desirable place to live for many. However as with many major cities, house prices in Liverpool can be higher than surrounding areas and as a result can drive down demand for housing in the city.
Sefton Park is a popular area amongst those looking to buy in Liverpool. Located just south east of Liverpool, it offers a mixture of green expanses within a short proximity to the heart of the city.