Our activity around Preston
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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 Preston
We’ve sold homes in 98% of postcodes areas in the UK. Here’s what we’re currently selling around Preston
Keats Way, Cottam, Preston, Lancashire, PR4
Asking price: £320,000
Lower Lane, Preston, PR3
Asking price: £825,000
Delph Lane, Garstang, PR3
Asking price: £650,000
Dorchester Road, Garstang, PR3
Asking price: £269,950
Hoghton Lane, Preston, PR5
Asking price: £180,000
Arrowsmith Drive, Preston, Lancashire, PR5
Asking price: £180,000
Brindle Fold, Preston, PR5
Asking price: £335,000
Mendip Road, Leyland, PR25
Asking price: £93,500
The Dene, Blackburn, BB2
Asking price: £395,000
Meadow Drive, Warton, Preston, PR4
Asking price: £309,000
Meolsgate Avenue, Tarleton
Asking price: £350,000
Asking price: £165,000
Highcross Road, Poulton-le-fylde, FY6
Asking price: £317,500
Asking price: £399,900
Blackpool Road, Lytham St. Annes, FY8
Asking price: £375,000
Stockydale Road, Blackpool
Asking price: £435,000
Park Lane, Blackburn, BB6
Asking price: £439,950
7 Highbury Avenue, , Blackpool, FY3 7DL
Asking price: £109,950
Westfield Road,Blackpool, FY1
Asking price: £99,999
Kelvin Road, Thornton-cleveleys, FY5
Asking price: £105,000
Marlborough Drive, Preston
Asking price: £115,000
Longbrook Avenue, Preston
Asking price: £124,945
Prospect Avenue, Preston
Asking price: £162,000
Gregson Lane, Preston, Lancashire, PR5
Asking price: £195,000
Tunley Holme, Preston
Asking price: £115,000
Kiln Croft, Chorley
Asking price: £127,500
Chipping Road, Chaigley, Clitheroe, BB7
Asking price: £725,000
Elm Tree Grove, Blackburn, BB6
Asking price: £389,000
Martholme Close, Great Harwood, Blackburn, BB6
Asking price: £168,500
Seventh Avenue, Blackpool, FY4
Asking price: £172,500
East Gate Close, Lytham St. Annes, FY8
Asking price: £135,000
Rydal Avenue, Fleetwood, FY7
Asking price: £124,950
Moreland Drive, Southport
Asking price: £160,000
Blackburn Road, Bolton
Asking price: £300,000
Meadow Bank, Ormskirk, Lancashire L39
Asking price: £199,950
Ridgeway Drive, Liverpool, L31
Asking price: £254,500
Harrison Drive, Haydock, St. Helens
Asking price: £114,995
Greenfield Road, St. Helens, WA10
Asking price: £115,000
Speakman Way, Prescot, L34
Asking price: £167,500
Our sellers saved an average of £4,378 in fees with eMoov.
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34% more likely to sell with eMoov
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).
Narrow your search within Preston
Reasons to love Preston
Searching for an estate agent in Preston?
Browsing for your local estate agent in Preston? eMoov can sell your property for just £595. A city in Lancashire with a population of around 115,000, Preston has been settled on since Roman times. It flourished during the Industrial Revolution, with its population growing rapidly as it became one of the country’s main centres for textile manufacturing.
Culture in Preston
One of six museums in the city, the Harris Museum is housed in a stunning Grade I listed building. It has an art gallery, a free public library and numerous exhibitions and collections on show. Preston’s historic docks and marinas also arouse plenty of interest – they’ve been renovated in recent years, but still provide a nod to the city’s maritime heritage. There are a number of shops, restaurants and pubs to keep people entertained. Preston has two separate theatres – Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre and the Preston Playhouse – where people can enjoy a wide range of theatre, music, comedy and family-friendly shows.
Things to do in Preston
As well as its links with the Industrial Revolution, Preston is arguably best known for its world-famous football team, Preston North End. One of the founding members of the Football League, the club won the first ever league championship, going unbeaten through the whole of that first season and earning themselves a nickname of 'The Invincibles'. Most famously associated with Sir Tom Finney, the Championship club play their games at Deepdale.
As well as being a football mad city, there is also plenty going on for eagle-eyed bargain hunters. Famous high-street brands mix effortlessly with independent boutiques and bustling indoor and outdoor markets. If you’re looking to eat or drink, the city has a fantastic range of bars, restaurants, pubs and quirky tea shops.
Preston is also blessed with many fantastic green spaces – Avenham & Miller Parks are some of the finest examples of Victorian parkland in the whole of the UK. They also play host to the city’s Summer and Winter festivals, incorporating dance, art, theatre and live music.
Student Life in Preston
Preston’s excellent night-life, affordable rents and reliable transport links make it a fantastic place to study. With over 700 courses and a truly international student population, the University of Central Lancashire is based in Preston and is one of the country’s most cosmopolitan establishments. Blackpool, Liverpool and Manchester are all within fairly easy commuting distance, so it’s not inconceivable that students studying these areas would seek to live in Preston, too.
Buying in Preston
Preston's economy is one of Lancashire’s fastest-growing and most resilient and there are a number of exciting and ambitious development plans across the city. The £434m Preston, South Ribble and Lancashire City Deal is set to bring thousands of new homes, meaning the city will have significant appeal to families and first-time buyers alike.