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

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For London & inner M25 this package is £995


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Christopher Scott

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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 Sheffield

Estate Agents in Sheffield

If you’re selling in Sheffield you could save thousands of pounds by listing your property with Emoov instead of a high street agent. We list properties the length and breadth of the nation, but unlike a high street agent we won’t charge you a hefty percentage of your sold price.

One of the eight major cities in the UK, Sheffield was a pioneer in the industrial revolution due to its development of stainless steel in the 19th century. Mentioned in the Canterbury Tales, this renowned status helped build the city’s economy substantially.

Regeneration in Sheffield

In more recent years the city has undergone significant redevelopment, breathing new life into the economy and the property market to match. The Sheffield District of Hallam is considered one of the wealthiest areas of the UK outside of the capital, with property prices fetching considerably higher than the UK average.

Although Sheffield’s image is one built on its steel trade, it is also offers an abundance of natural landscapes. It has the highest ratio of trees to people of any city in Europe and green space accounts for 61% of the Sheffield area. There are more than 250 parks, woodlands and gardens within the city, making it sought after location for those looking for a mix of country and city life. It has also been given the label of a “green city” due to the amount of energy produced from waste incineration.

Sports in Sheffield

The City of Steel is also home to the world’s oldest football club, Sheffield F.C and Sheffield Wednesday is one of the oldest professional clubs in the world. Sheffield is also home to the Crucible Theatre, the stage for the World Snooker Tournament. Along with the Lyceum Theatre and the Studio Theatre it makes the largest theatre complex outside of London.

Getting Around in Sheffield

Like most major cities, Sheffield benefits from well-developed transport links. The M1 and M18 both provide the vital links to Sheffield and surrounding areas with the M1 linking the city to London. Sheffield also benefits from extensive rail links to London, Scotland, the rest of the North and South West and is due to benefit from the proposed High Speed Rail Network from London.

Culture in Sheffield

The city has also produced a number of famous musical exports from the Human League, Def Leppard, the Pulp and more recently the Artic Monkeys. The city’s two universities, Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield, bring a combined 54,000 students to the city each year, creating a further demand for property.

Buying in Sheffield

The possibility of working in the city during the week and spending your weekends in the Peak District national park, has resulted in property in Sheffield is growing in demand. The city’s extensive redevelopment and convenient transport links, coupled with a cheaper average house price than the national average, have also gone some way towards increasing demand for property in Sheffield. If you’re looking to buy in Sheffield, Ecclesall is one of the most in demand boroughs in the area and offers a mix of great schools and amenities.

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