Sell your Manchester property for a fixed fee of just £995. Nothing to pay until completion!
Save over £4000 in agency fees!
Our head office is ready to accept enquiries from residents in the cities of Manchester and Salford as well as surrounding areas such as Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, and Wigan. If you’re a property owner in Greater Manchester, Cheshire or Lancashire and are looking to sell a house or flat, contact agentonline.co.uk today on 03333 447 007.
Buying & Selling in Manchester
Manchester is the second most populous city in the United Kingdom with a population of 2.5 million. With notable sports teams and musical exports, countless museums and galleries, picturesque architecture encompassing hundreds of years of British history, and a bustling nightlife, it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in England, second only to London.
Sitting 4.5 miles south of Manchester’s city centre, Disbury is away from the hustle and bustle of the inner city. With the Flecher Moss Botanical Garden – which spans 21 acres – and various other village greens, it’s known for its nature. The average property prices in the area are: £321,000 for a semi-detached house, £191,000 for a flat and £313,000 for a terraced house, making the overall average £277,000.
Manchester City Centre is the central business district of the city and home to over 17,000 people. Properties are mainly flats selling for an average of £173,000. While this is a 7% increase when compared to last year, it’s a 4% decrease in comparison to 2007 when the average was £181,000.
Located to the southwest of Manchester’s city centre, Castlefield is the “industrial” part of the city, retaining much of its original character, including Grade I listed buildings, Victorian warehouses and even the UK’s only Urban Heritage Park. The average house price in Castlefield is around £179,000. Most of the properties sold are either terraced houses or flats.
Home of the BBC’s £1 billion Media City, Salford Quays is one of the UK’s most popular destinations among film and television professionals. Besides London, property prices in the area are rising faster than anywhere else in Britain, mainly due to the arrival of 2,300 BBC staff. Semi-detached houses sell for around £117,000, while terraced houses average at £169,000.
The Northern Quarter
The Northern Quarter is Manchester’s culture hub, known for its retail centres, nightlife, trendy bars and restaurants, and independent ethos. Most of the available properties in the area are flats, heavily varying in price, with the lower end starting at £90,000. Due to gentrification, many apartments in the new developments, however, are fetching around £300,000.
Sale is located approximately 5 miles south of Manchester’s city centre. It’s a commuter town with excellent transport links. Many of the properties were built in the Victorian and Edwardian era and, therefore, contain large rooms and gardens. The average house price is £268,000.
Spinningfields is the central business district of Manchester, housing more that 35% of the prime office space in the city. This rich area is known for its high end retail stores, fancy restaurants and glazed buildings. The majority of available properties are flats, ranging from £175,000 to £300,000.
Known as the “Kensington” of Manchester, Altrincham is the media hub of the city, filled with relocated Londoners, good schools and highly accessible transport links to Manchester’s city centre (and beyond). The average house price in the area is £353,000. Terraced properties sell for around £302,000 while detached properties sell for around £663,000.
Looking to sell your home soon? Instruct with Agent Online today and sell your home for just £995.