Sell your house in Newcastle Fast

Well-known for its feisty nightlife, friendly locals, and iconic Tyne Bridge, Newcastle is one of the most-loved cities in the country. Having bought hundreds of homes in Newcastle, we know the city like the back of our hands! That’s why if you live in the Toon and want a fast house sale, then we can help. Simply get in touch to receive your free cash offer, and we could purchase your home just one week later.

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It’s fair to say that Newcastle has undergone a massive regeneration project over the years, and the city’s been truly transformed. Some of the city’s suburbs have now become amongst the most desirable to live in, in the country; and it’s blossomed from an industrial hub into a key cultural player. If you’d like to move to Newcastle but want to find out more about what this fantastic city has to offer, then read on. We’ll uncover the average cost of living in Newcastle, as well as the best areas to buy a house, and the top things to do that will keep you entertained.

Average costs for Newcastle

  • Monthly transport pass: £58.75
  • Cappuccino: £2.72
  • Pint of beer: £3.90
  • Three course meal for two people: £40
  • Monthly gym membership: £24.62

Best areas to live in Newcastle

Moving to the Toon gives you plenty of options when it comes to areas to live. Whether you’re looking for a laid-back, beachy resort, an upmarket suburb with excellent schools, or a buzzing area with great nightlife; there’s the perfect place for everyone, regardless of budget.

Jesmond

One of the most upmarket neighbourhoods in Newcastle, average house prices in Jesmond cost £313,422. A lot of properties here are spacious Victorian builds, featuring high ceilings and beautiful bay windows. Whilst Jesmond is only two miles out of the city centre, it has everything you could possibly need, including plenty of bars, eateries and shops, not to mention picturesque Jesmond Dene park.

Gosforth

Gosforth is north of Jesmond, an 11-minute drive out of Newcastle city centre, with average property prices slightly cheaper, at £295,737. It’s hugely popular with families, due to the several schools in the area that are rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Homes are spacious here too, with wide open streets lined with airy Edwardian and Victorian properties.

Whitley Bay

For those that prefer the beach to city life, Whitley Bay is the perfect answer. Home to a two-mile stretch of a beautiful, sandy Blue-Flag beach, it’s also home to the iconic St. Mary’s Lighthouse. The average value of a home here costs £279,093, as well as the breath-taking Spanish City building, which is now a premier destination for all-things dining. However, the bright lights of Newcastle isn’t far away, as Whitley Bay is on the Tyne & Wear metro.

Quayside

Having undergone several transformations over the years, Quayside is now well-known as the ultimate nightlife destination in Newcastle, with lots of pubs, bars and restaurants lining the banks of the river. The average property here costs £173,054, with the majority of housing consisting of flats. If you can get a riverside view, then even better, as you’ll get to see all 7 bridges crossing the river.

Fenham

Located 3.5 miles north west out of Newcastle, homes are pretty affordable in Fenham, with average values standing at £159,846. Ideal for young professionals and first-time buyers, it’s an extremely multicultural area, and is home to a range of independent shops, as well as Fenham Baths, the library, and St. James’ and St. Basil’s church.

Things to do in Newcastle

The jewel of the north east, Newcastle is rich in entertainment, shopping, culture and history. No matter how you enjoy spending your weekends, rest assured there will be so many things to keep you entertained. Its close positioning to the likes of Sunderland, Durham, and picturesque Northumberland will mean there’s lots of weekend trips to be had too.

Head to BALTIC Centre for contemporary art

Possibly the coolest museum in Newcastle (well, technically Gateshead), make sure you head up to the fifth floor for views of the city, before making your way down floor by floor. Exhibitions continuously change, so you’ll always get to see something new, and you can round off your trip with a bite to eat at the rooftop restaurant.

Tick the Angel of the North off your bucket list

It sounds cliché, but the Angel of the North is synonymous with Newcastle (despite being located on the other side of the river, in Gateshead). It’s seen by more than one person every second, due to its positioning by the A1, but it’s worth a walk up to it, so you can see the 200 tonnes of steel, and 54-metres wide wings in all its glory.

Wander around Ouseburn

Down by the Quayside, Ouseburn is often referred to as the hipster side of Newcastle, and is home to lots of pubs, as well as live music, and beautiful views of the River Tyne. On your way over to Ouseburn, be sure to stop off at the Biscuit Factory, which is a former Victorian warehouse that now houses the biggest arts, craft and design gallery in the country.

Spend the day at Whitley Bay

Whether or not you choose to settle down in Whitley Bay, make sure you pay it at least one visit during your time in Newcastle! The Blue Flag beach is definitely a draw, but so is the Tynemouth Aquarium, the playhouse, and of course, nearby Hadrian’s Wall.

Discover the Victoria Tunnel

If you can’t get enough of historical facts, then make sure you visit Victoria Tunnel when in Newcastle. Originally a 19th century wagonway, it was used as an air raid shelter during WW2. Now, you can step back in time yourself, with a guided tour of the tunnel. A lot of gruesome and grizzly goings-on happened in this tunnel, so you may not be surprised to hear the rumours of paranormal activities and ghoulish sightings in the past.

The Good Move difference...

If you need to sell your home quickly, then we can help. In fact, as we're registered with bodies such as the National Association of Property Buyers (NAPB), the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), and The Property Ombudsman, we're the most regulated cash house buyer, which means you can be sure to receive a great offer for your house.

We've bought hundreds of homes in Newcastle, and if you're looking to sell your home quickly, rest assured we’ll give you a fair cash offer for your property, regardless of the condition it's in. If you’re looking to sell your home in Newcastle quickly, we’ll give you your free cash offer in 24 hours, and could purchase your home in just 7 days.

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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

We’re proud to say we’re the most well-regulated cash house buyer in the UK. While cash house buyers aren’t required to follow any regulations, at Good Move, we want to go the extra mile to give you peace of mind. We’re registered with the NAPB, NAEA, RICS and The Property Ombudsman, and can be sure to receive a fair offer and excellent service with us.

How to Sell Your House Fast in Newcastle

Want to sell your home in Newcastle quickly? The solution could be to sell your home to a direct cash house buyer. With Good Move, you’ll get an initial cash offer for your home within 24 hours once you've completed our form, and we could buy your home in as little as 7 days, depending on your circumstance.

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Frequently asked questions

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

    Selling your home directly to a cash house buyer like ourselves is the fastest way to sell your home in Newcastle. We have the funds available to purchase your property, which means we could seal the deal in just 7 days.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    Once you fill out the form above or get in touch with a member of our team, we’ll be in touch within 24 hours with an initial cash offer. We could buy your house in as little as 7 days, but we'll work to timeframes that suit you.

  • What areas in Newcastle do you buy houses?

    No matter where you live in Newcastle, whether it's in the city centre or the suburbs, we can purchase your property, regardless of its condition.

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

    If you fill out the form above, we’ll have an initial cash offer with you within just 24 hours.

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

    There’s no set amount of time it’ll take your property in Newcastle to sell on the open market via traditional estate agents – but the process typically takes between 3 to 6 months. If you want to sell your home quickly, then selling via a direct cash house buyer can be the ideal solution. We could purchase your home in as little as 7 days.