Sell your house in Manchester Fast

Whether you live near the city centre or in one of Manchester’s many suburbs, you’ll know that Manchester is a city of opportunity. So, if you’re looking for a quick house sale in Manchester, Good Move can make it happen – fast. Not only are we the UK's most regulated quick house sale buyer, we're incredibly proud of the speed of our services too, promising to buy your Manchester home in just three weeks. We regularly buy and sell houses in all areas of Manchester, so you can trust in our services, with no hidden fees.

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One of the biggest and busiest cities in the North, Manchester is a genuine beacon of culture and commerce, with a long and storied history. Manchester has always been an iconic city, with an industrial past that you can still feel in the city centre architecture, a rich musical heritage that stretches from the Bee Gees to Britpop, and a legendary football legacy.

Manchester is a true Northern powerhouse – hence the current government plan to extend the high-speed HS2 line up to Manchester, which will make the city even more vital and exciting. If you’re looking to sell your house in Manchester fast, or are looking for the best place to settle down once you sell your current home, we’re here to help.

Average costs for Manchester

  • Monthly transport pass: £69.78
  • Cappuccino: £2.79
  • Pint of beer: £4
  • Three course meal for two people: £60
  • Monthly gym membership: £27.89

Best areas to live in Manchester

From the suburbs to the city centre, there are lots of places you might choose to live in Manchester – but each of them has a different feel. From quirky city centre living in the Northern Quarter to family-friendly living a little further afield, there’s a huge variety of properties and places. Overall, property prices in Manchester are around £211,000 – but of course this can vary depending on where you’re looking to buy.

Didsbury

Regularly cited as one of the nicest places to live, Didsbury is popular with young professionals and families. There’s Didsbury village, with popular shops and restaurants, or West Didsbury’s Burton Road high street, that boasts some lovely independent bars and restaurants. With the city centre just a 20-minute tram ride away, it’s easy to understand why Didsbury is in high demand – and why the average house price here is in the region of £350,000.

Chorlton

Similar to Didsbury, this popular area is a little closer to the city, which makes it a big hit for young professionals and commuters. With its own high street, there’s a real community feel here and lots to get involved with. Pretty period properties and apartments make up a lot of the housing here, and you’ll be looking at an average property price of around £314,000.

Withington

Sitting in between the student suburb of Fallowfield and the upmarket Didsbury, Withington is a great option, with a buzzy atmosphere but slightly lower housing prices, at around £301,000. This makes it popular with young families and professionals. There’s a good mix of housing here, with semi-detached 1930s homes, large Victorian properties and terraced streets, so you’re likely to find something that works for your budget.

Salford Quays

For anyone working in Media City, this is the obvious place to settle. There are lots of flats here, with an average property price of £189,000 – a great investment for anyone working at the BBC, ITV, or at any of the other big businesses who call Salford Quays home. This area is obviously popular with young professionals, but it’s grown over the last few years to encompass bars and restaurants, making it a great place for work/life balance.

Prestwich

One of the most desirable areas in the north of the city, Prestwich has lots of open green spaces, with Heaton Park serving as a great place to get away from the city hustle and bustle. Property prices are very reasonable here, at around £237,000. After a £2million investment in the high street, you can find plenty of great independent bars and cafes, and for more culture and shopping, the city centre is only a 15-minute tram ride away.

Things to do in Manchester

Sometimes known as the capital of the North, it’s hardly a surprise that there’s plenty of things to do in Manchester. From brunch and cocktails in the Northern Quarter, to cultural highlights like the galleries and museums, Manchester has plenty to offer both locals and visitors.

Explore the Northern Quarter

In the heart of the city, the Northern Quarter is one of the best areas for bohemian bars, up-and-coming restaurants and truly unique experiences. Explore the quirky Affleck’s Palace, filled with tiny independent alternative stores, or shop for vintage clothing and records. The Northern Quarter is home to dozens of iconic independent cocktail bars and pubs, so make sure you plan to stop for a drink.

Manchester Art Gallery

The iconic listed building that houses Manchester Art Gallery is a work of art in its own right, but the gallery within holds a fantastic collection of art through the ages, including some iconic British works. It’s free to enter, and well worth checking out, with special exhibitions through the year.

Enjoy live music

Manchester has a legendary musical legacy, with The Smiths, Oasis, the Stone Roses, Simply Red, and Joy Division being just a few of the many musical acts hailing from Manchester. Today, the city still enjoys a rich music scene, hosting internationally renowned acts on world tours and supporting up-and-coming local bands. There’s no shortage of venues, from small pubs and the Academy venues, up to the Apollo and Manchester Arena.

Enjoy some shopping

In the city centre, you can enjoy a day of world-class shopping, from the indoor Arndale centre to streets of high-class shops and several department stores like Debenhams, House of Fraser and one of only four Selfridges stores. If you venture out of the city centre, you’ll find the Trafford Centre, the third largest shopping centre in the UK.

Discover Manchester’s football legacy

Manchester is world-renowned for its football, with two teams that have dominated the Premier League for years. Tour the iconic Old Trafford, or the Etihad Stadium, and discover more about the art of the game at the National Football Museum.

 

The Good Move difference...

Selling your home doesn't have to be a stressful process - we're here to help homeowners sell their property quickly for a fair price. Once you get in touch, we'll provide you with a cash offer within 24 hours, and we'll set a strict deadline to ensure we buy your home within 21 days too.

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7 days to completion

Estate Agents

3-6 Months to completion
AVG Market Value£100,000£100,000
Final agreed price after survey£80,000£92,500
Estate agent fees (2% VAT)£0£2,200
Mortgage Payments£0£4,780
Solicitor fees (£1,000 + VAT)£0£1,200
Bills and Repairs£50£1,800
Removals/Clearance£0£1,200
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300
7 days to completion

Estate Agents

3-6 Months to completion
AVG Market Value£100,000£100,000
Final agreed price after survey£80,000£92,500
Estate agent fees (2% VAT)£0£2,200
Mortgage Payments£0£4,780
Solicitor fees (£1,000 + VAT)£0£1,200
Bills and Repairs£50£1,800
Removals/Clearance£0£1,200
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300

Regulated by...

  • NAPB
  • RICS
  • The Property Ombudsman
  • Trading Standards

Not only do we have a team of property professionals with over 45 years of industry experience working for us, we're also regulated by the likes of the NAPB and NAEA. We only use RICS certified chartered surveyors too.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What’s the fastest way to sell my house in Manchester?

    Selling your home to a direct cash house buyer with funds readily available is the fastest way to sell your house in Manchester – and anywhere else in the country. For example, here at Good Move guarantee we’ll buy your house within three weeks.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    It usually takes us around three weeks – but don’t hesitate to let us know if you’re in an emergency situation. We can shorten the process to just seven days, depending on your own personal circumstances.

  • What areas in Manchester do you buy houses?

    We buy homes from all over Manchester, from areas such as Ancoats, Fallowfield, Newall Green and more. We’ll offer up to 85% of the market value for your property, and we'll cover any associated legal fees included in the sale for free.

  • Can I get an online quote to sell my house fast?

    We’ll get an initial cash offer to you within 24 hours of you completing the online form above.

  • How long does it take to sell a house in 2021?

    If you’re selling a house in Manchester on the open market with traditional estate agents, you can expect a sale to take at least three to six months to complete – and that’s after numerous viewings, estate agent fees and legal costs. With Good Move, we guarantee we’ll buy your house within three weeks.