Sell your house in Nottingham Fast

A vibrant city in the Midlands, Nottingham is a centre of commerce and culture, with plenty of charming neighbourhoods where you can make a home. But if you’re looking to sell your home in Nottingham quickly, we have plenty of experience on making sales in the area happen speedily. Release yourself from the stresses of estate agents and house chains by choosing Good Move. We can buy any home in Nottingham for cash, in a timescale to suit you, often in as little as 7 days – that’s a huge difference from the average 4 months required by traditional estate agents. If you’re ready to start a new life – in Nottingham or elsewhere – get in touch and we’ll be happy to help, starting with a free cash offer.

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Once a powerhouse of the textile industry, Nottingham is still a bustling and busy city today. With links to icons of literature like Byron and DH Lawrence and the infamous legend of Robin Hood, there’s tons of culture, and lots to see and do – from shopping in the city centre to the green grounds of Wollaton Hall and Sherwood Forest. With vibrant nightlife, and a great mix of city centre living and community feel, Nottingham is a great choice for anyone looking for a friendly, dynamic place to settle down.

Average costs for Nottingham

  • Monthly transport pass: £55.60
  • Cappuccino: £2.54
  • Pint of beer: £3.50
  • Three course meal for two people: £46.75
  • Monthly gym membership: £27.50

The best places to live in Nottingham

Nottingham has many varied areas and suburbs for you to choose from, with small communities dotted around the city proper, each offering a different experience. Transport links to the city centre are very good, with an award-winning public transportation system, trams, and the largest publicly owned bus network in England.

West Bridgford

Sitting south of the river, West Bridgford is one of the more expensive parts of the city. It’s popular with families, young professionals and students – only a couple of miles from town, it has its own high street with independent bars and restaurants. It’s home to Nottingham’s biggest free summer festival, Riverside Festival, plus some great sporting venues. Property prices are on the high end here, at an average of £346,172.

Mapperley

Mapperley is a few miles out of town, and offers a similar feel to West Bridgford, but as an affordable alternative – the average property price here is £198,479. With a healthy high street and plenty of independents in the area, Mapperley is a great choice for young professionals, with good transport links and nearby Gedling Country Park for access to nature and wide, open spaces.

Sherwood

Named for the famous forest, Sherwood is a good choice for first time buyers and young professionals, with an average house price of £186,141 and some genuinely lovely properties available for a very reasonable price. You can expect plenty of cool coffee shops and bars, and good links to town – the centre is just a ten-minute bus ride.

Beeston

Parts of Beeston are very popular with students, but this large and community-oriented suburb is also a good option for young families. It’s a sensible option for commuters too, as it’s on the tram line into Nottingham centre – but if you don’t want to head into town you can enjoy good food and drink on the high street, which boasts some of the best Thai and Korean restaurants in Nottingham.

Wollaton

This affluent suburb of Nottingham is located near the beautiful Wollaton Park. With plenty of green spaces and places to walk and play, it’s unsurprisingly popular with families. Wollaton has good transport links and some very good schools in the area – if you’re looking to buy a home here, you can expect to find house prices in the average region of £282,714.

Things to do in Nottingham

From legendary locations like Sherwood Forest, to cool bars with inventive cocktails, Nottingham sure packs a punch.

Wollaton Hall

One of the most iconic locations in Nottingham, the beautiful Wollaton Hall is well known for its free-roaming wild deer, as well as its starring role in film, doubling as Wayne Manor in Christopher Nolan’s Batman films. An ideal spot for a weekend wander, a picnic in summer, or a run-around with the kids.

The National Justice Museum

In the Lace Market district, the National Justice Museum is dedicated to the history of justice in England. Based in the city’s former actual courts and county gaol, you can meet colourful characters, explore courtrooms, dungeons, and prison cells for an interactive experience that kids – and adults! – will love.

Sherwood Forest

Maybe the most famous forest in England, Sherwood Forest was, of course, home to the legendary figure of Robin Hood, along with his band of Merry Men. While you might not catch sight of the green-hooded folk hero, this royal forest is still a great place to explore. Discover the famous Mighty Oak, a colossal oak tree that’s been standing for more than 800 years, plus plenty of fun trails.

Shopping in town

From the popular Victoria Centre and high-street favourites to the upmarket Flying Horse Walk, home to upscale designer shops, there’s plenty of shopping for fashionistas in Nottingham. Once the focal point of the lace trade, it’s still a stylish city with plenty of independent boutiques offering something a little unusual.

Nightlife in Hockley

Dubbed the ‘Soho of Nottingham’, Hockley is in the Creative Quarter of Nottingham. Well known for its vibrant and bohemian vibe, this is a great place for a night out – you can choose from old-school pubs, exciting live music, and some fantastic cocktail bars.

The Good Move difference...

Using an estate agent isn’t your only option when it comes to selling your home. With Good Move, we can we guarantee to buy your house quickly and in cash, freeing you from the stress of house chains and mortgage issues. As the UK's most regulated quick house sale company, you can rest assured that you’re protected from malpractice and unfair treatment.

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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

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  • RICS
  • The Property Ombudsman
  • Trading Standards

Our experts have over 45 years of experience behind them, and we're regulated by the RICS, NAEA and NAPB to name a few. With this level of accreditation, you can put your trust in our services.

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How to Sell Your House Fast in Nottingham

If you’re trying to avoid repossession, have inherited a home you don’t have time for, or have seen your dream home but your house isn’t yet on the market – we can offer a fast and simple solution. We’ll buy your home in Nottingham for up to 85% of its market value, and it’ll only take us 21 days – or even just seven, depending on your situation.

It doesn’t matter if your home is in Clifton, Lenton, St Ann’s or anywhere else in Nottingham, we’ll make you a fair offer for your home, no matter what condition it’s in. Simply fill out the form above, and we’ll be in touch with an initial cash offer within 24 hours.

Frequently asked questions

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

    The fastest was to sell a house in Nottingham is with a direct cash house buyer like Good Move. We have our own specific pot of money to use, which means you won’t be waiting around for us to find third-party funds – we’ll make you an offer, value your home, and pay you accordingly.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    While it usually takes around 21 days for us to buy a house in Nottingham, we can speed up the process to just seven days in special circumstances – so don’t be afraid to let us know your full situation, and we’ll do everything we can to help.

  • What areas in Nottingham do you buy houses?

    We’ll pay up to 85% of the market value for your house in Sherwood, Silverdale, Rise Park or anywhere else in Nottingham – no matter the condition it’s in.

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

    We’ll give you an initial cash offer for your home within 24 hours of you filling out the online form above.

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

    If you choose to sell your home in Nottingham on the open market, it’ll take around three to six months for your house to sell – and that’s after paying all of the legal and estate agent fees. With Good Move, we’ll buy your house for free – and it’ll take us less than three weeks to do so.