Sell your house in Glasgow Fast

A port city in Scotland’s Western Lowlands, Glasgow sits on the River Clyde, just 47 miles east of capital city, Edinburgh. A great place to set up home if you’re after plenty of culture, stunning architecture and affordable property prices, Glasgow is an often-underrated jewel in Scotland’s crown. Should you be interested in selling your home fast in Glasgow, here at Good Move, we offer an affordable and speedy alternative to an open-market sale.

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All you need to do is fill out our online form to receive a no-obligation cash offer on your property, and we can complete the sale within as little as seven days. We can make selling your home in Glasgow a hassle-free and speedy experience.

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Famous for its art nouveau architecture and its shipbuilding and trading heritage, Glasgow began life in the 6th century, when it is thought to have been founded by a Christian missionary. In the present day, Glasgow is a city that provides residents and visitors alike with a wealth of culture and leisure activities, entertainment, history and natural beauty. If you’d like to put down roots in Glasgow and enjoy all that it has to offer, but you need some more information before you up sticks and move, we’ve got you covered. We’ve had a look at the best things to do and places to live in Glasgow, as well as the average cost of living there.

Average costs for Glasgow

  • Monthly travel pass: £60
  • Cappuccino: £2.73
  • Pint of beer: £3.50
  • Three course meal for two people: £27.13
  • Monthly gym membership: £50

Best areas to live in Glasgow

Whether you’re looking for leafy suburbs, a commuter’s paradise with excellent transport links, or a bustling community, rest assured you’ll find the perfect place in Glasgow.


An affluent area in Glasgow’s fashionable West End, Hillhead not only boasts a variety of independent cafes and coffee shops, plenty of pubs and bars, and a ton of kooky boutiques and delis, but it also has the Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the banks of the River Kelvin on its doorstep. Also a stone’s throw from the University of Glasgow campus, Hillhead really is right at the heart of the action, and is one of the trendiest places to set up home in the city. It does, however, come with the price tag to match, with average property prices at £367,840.


Located approximately five miles south-west of Glasgow city centre, Shawlands is close enough that residents never miss out on the culture and buzz that Glasgow has to offer, but far enough away that properties are relatively affordable, with prices averaging £189,065. The area’s features, including historic buildings with plenty of character, amenities including shops and takeaway restaurants, and above all, lots of green space, continue to draw people to Shawlands. With Pollok Country Park, King George V Park and Queen’s Park nearby, residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to enjoying a bit of peace and quiet.


An affluent town roughly six miles north-west of central Glasgow, average house prices in Bearsden are around £341,925. A residential area boasting two high-performing secondary schools and lots of historical character (the ruins of a military bath house stand in the town centre, and a Roman wall runs through it) make Bearsden popular among families and retirees, while its proximity to Glasgow and good transport links appeal to commuters working or studying in the city.


A town nine miles south-west of Glasgow with great transport links, including bus services, train services and the A77, Giffnock is popular among commuters. Average property prices in the town stand at £333,881, and residents enjoy proximity to Eastwood Park and multiple playing fields, as well as local schools, restaurants and sports clubs.


Located 4.6 miles west of Glasgow city centre, Scotstoun is a suburb bounded by the River Clyde and packed with late Victorian period properties. As one of the most affordable areas in Glasgow, property prices in Scotstoun average at £160,624. It is popular among commuters working or studying in Glasgow, and it also appeals to families, who can make the most of suburban living, homes with gardens, good primary schools and low-cost housing.

Things to do in Glasgow

From culture in abundance, to excellent shopping and nightlife, there are so many things to do in Glasgow, your weekends will be full for the foreseeable!

Catch some live music at Mono

Located in King’s Court in Glasgow’s Merchant City, Mono is a one-stop shop for live music, home cooked vegan grub, and cheap pints. Mono is, without a doubt, the place to go for full immersion in Glasgow’s vibrant music and arts scene, and its community vibe and disabled access mean that all are welcome. Hosting rising artists such as Crack Cloud, Porridge Radio, and Yard Act, this music venue puts on some of the best affordable gigs that Glasgow has to offer.

Visit Glasgow Botanic Gardens

North-west of Glasgow city centre, on the banks of the River Kelvin, sits Glasgow Botanic Gardens. With a whopping 27 acres of park, a cast-iron Victorian glasshouse, a herb garden and loads of tropical and temperate plants, Glasgow Botanic Gardens is a full day out for all the family. As if that isn’t enough, entry is free!

Get cultured at the Gallery of Modern Art and Street Level Photoworks

Situated in the city centre, between Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central train stations, the Gallery of Modern Art hosts temporary exhibitions, a permanent collection and a jam-packed calendar of events, including artist talks. It is a must-visit spot if contemporary art is your bag. If local and international photography is more up your street, try hitting Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow’s Merchant City district.

Watch a film at Glasgow Film Theatre

Glasgow Film Theatre is an independent art deco cinema just a stone’s throw from The Glasgow School of Art, and its catalogue of independent, international, and documentary films draws in an eclectic and cultured crowd. The theatre also hosts the Glasgow Film Festival each year, with a packed programme of special events and feature film screenings for movie buffs to enjoy.

Stroll around Pollok Country Park

If natural beauty and the great outdoors are your escape, then Glasgow’s 146-hectare Pollok Country Park, with its charming gardens and woodlands, should be top of your list of places to visit. While its multiple mountain bike circuits are great for cyclists, the whole family can enjoy walking trails and picnic spots. Located just three miles from central Glasgow, Pollok Country Park is easily accessible via train and road.

The Good Move difference...

Selling your house in Glasgow fast with Good Move couldn’t be easier, and you can get the ball rolling today by filling in our online form. Within 24 hours you’ll then receive a free, no-obligation cash offer on your property. Once we’ve appraised your house, you’ll then get a final offer, which will be up 85 per cent of its market value.


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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
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
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300

Regulated by...

  • NAPB
  • RICS
  • Trading Standards

Here at Good Move, we’re proud to say that we’re the most regulated quick house sale buyer in the UK. We’ve been approved by the The Property Ombudsman, the NAPB and the RICS, and we’ve made it onto the exclusive list of UK estate agents regulated by the NEAE. If you’re looking for a reliable service with a smile, not to mention industry-leading expertise and a guaranteed fast house sale, then you’ve come to the right place. Good Move won’t let you down, so sit back and relax while we take care of business.

How to sell your house fast in Glasgow

There are plenty of reasons you might want to sell your house in Glasgow fast. Perhaps you want to avoid repossession, or maybe you’ve inherited a home that you’d like to sell. You might even have found your dream home, and want to snap it up before someone else beats you to it, and therefore need to sell your home sharpish.


Frequently asked questions

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

    The best way to sell your house in Glasgow fast is using a direct cash house buyer like Good Move. Our available funds allow us to purchase your house within 21 days.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    We will buy your house in Glasgow within 21 days, but in certain circumstances we can buy your house in as little as seven days.

  • What areas in Glasgow do you buy houses?

    No matter which area of Glasgow your house is located in, we will buy it within 21 days. So whether you’re on the outskirts or in central Glasgow, we can buy your property!

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

    If you want a free, no-obligation cash offer on your house in Glasgow, simply fill in the online form above. You’ll receive your offer within 24 hours.

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

    If you choose to sell your house in Glasgow on the open market via a traditional estate agent, it could take between three and six months, or possibly even longer. If you use Good Move, however, your sale will be completed within 21 days or less.