Sell your house in Hull Fast

Kingston upon Hull, or Hull, as it’s better known, is an East Yorkshire port city that sits on the River Humber. It is 34 miles north of Grimsby, 37 miles south-east of York, 54 miles north-east of Sheffield, and 62 miles east of Leeds. Popular among commuters, families and professionals alike, Hull is a great place to call home if you require links to larger Yorkshire cities, or if you’re drawn to Hull’s lively cultural scene and its fishing and industrial heritage. If you’re looking to sell your house fast in Hull, Good Move are on hand to help. We offer our customers the proficiency of a traditional estate agent, but remove all the stress, hidden fees and time-consuming house chains from the house sale process!

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If, on the other hand, you’re considering moving to Hull to take advantage of its property prices, its proximity to Leeds, York and Sheffield, and its bustling arts and cultural life, we’re here to provide you with all the information you’ll need. We’ve put together a useful guide to Hull that should help you decide whether to set up home there, covering the average costs of living in Hull, as well as the best areas in which to live and the most exciting things to do there.

Average costs for Hull

  • Monthly travel pass: £55
  • Cappuccino: £2.98
  • Pint of beer: £3.10
  • Three course meal for two people: £46.50
  • Monthly gym membership: £31.81

Best areas to live in Hull

Regardless of your budget and requirements, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect place to live in Hull.


Kingswood is a suburb of Hull 5.3 miles north of the city centre. Particularly beautiful parts of Kingswood include the Runymede Way and Richmond Way areas. With affordable property prices in Kingswood averaging around £188,835, it is popular with commuters, professionals and families alike, all of whom benefit from nearby shops and a large retail park, not to mention multiple schools and sports clubs.

Anlaby Park

Anlaby Park is just 3.7 miles west of Hull city centre, and this small and bustling suburb is perfect for those working in Hull, studying there, or enjoying the city’s culture while also seeking a slower and quieter pace of life. Plenty of amenities, among them shops, libraries and restaurants, serve the community of Anlaby Park, while the nearby Peter Pan Park and Costello Playing Fields are great for dog walks and summer strolls. The average price of properties in Anlaby Park is around £261,200.


One of Hull’s most affordable suburbs, average property prices in Stoneferry come in at around £135,130. Stoneferry is 3.1 miles north of central Hull and, with its many businesses and attractions, tends to appeal to commuters working and studying in the city who can’t afford its hefty property prices. A housing estate packed with smart, modern houses and serviced by plenty of schools and amenities, Kingswood is one of Hull’s most popular residential areas, with Sutton Road being the most sought-after street.

Sutton Ings

A small suburb of Hull, close to Sutton-on-Hull and only 2.6 miles north-east of Hull city centre, Sutton Ings is well-loved by commuters, professionals and families. Its western side, which includes streets like Skirbeck Road and Lambwath Road, and its eastern side, which includes streets such as Guildford Avenue and Birklands Drive, are particularly popular among residents, especially because property prices average out at an affordable £152,491. 


On average, properties in the Sutton-on-Hull suburb of Hull are priced at £150,152. Located 3.5 miles north-east of Hull city centre, and with multiple primary and secondary schools, plus amenities like vets, pubs, sports clubs and shops, Sutton-on-Hull appeals to an eclectic mix of people, including families and commuters.

Things to do in Hull

The truth of the matter is: it’s never dull in Hull! There are so many things to keep you entertained for months to come.

Visit The Deep

Located on the east bank of the River Hull with a stunning view over the Humber estuary, The Deep is just 1.3 miles from Hull city centre. Described as the only submarium in the world, The Deep houses a whopping 2,500,000 litres of water and thousands of fish, including sharks, turtles, jellyfish, and the only two green sawfish in Europe. The aquarium also boasts exhibitions, interactive displays, the deepest viewing tunnel in Europe, plus two cafes.

Take in the beauty of the Old Town

A stroll through Hull’s quaint Old Town is as fascinating as it is scenic. The historic cobbled streets of the Old Town are jam-packed with restaurants and cosy pubs, while the Holy Trinity Church is worth exploring after you’ve had your fill of coffee and cake at one of the area’s trendy independent cafes. If you keep your eyes peeled, you might even be lucky enough to spot the smallest window in England, and the sculptures that make up the Old Town’s fishing trail – a nod to the city’s maritime history.

Get cultured at Ferens Art Gallery 

One of the most culturally significant places in Hull, Ferens Art Gallery is located in the city centre, close to Hull City Hall, the Princes Quay Shopping Centre and the Hull Maritime Museum. With an array of permanent and temporary exhibitions on show all year round, including past displays of the work of William Blake and Francis Bacon, the Ferens Art Gallery is the perfect place to soak up some culture.

Discover Hull’s Heritage at the Maritime Museum

One of Hull city centre’s many treasures, the Maritime Museum takes visitors on a journey through Hull’s whaling and fishing history. Situated in Queen Victoria Square, the museum is housed in a Grade II listed building, which opened in 1871 and once acted as Hull’s Dock offices. A wide variety of historical documents and artefacts, displays and exhibitions really make learning about Hull’s maritime history a delight at the Maritime Museum. 

Drop in at Rockcity

Just 2.6 miles west of Hull city centre lies the all-weather sporting and activities complex, Rockcity. One of the biggest indoor rock-climbing centres in the whole of the UK, Rockcity offers experienced climbers and newcomers alike the chance to book a session with their climbing experts and learn the ropes! If extreme sports are your bag, you can also try your hand at skateboarding or BMXing at Rockcity’s extensive skatepark, and you can even buy your helmet and kneepads from the onsite skate shop.

The Good Move difference...

Here at Good Move, we help homeowners sell their properties fast, and we also offer a service that is both cost effective and efficient. If you want to kick start the process of selling your home in Hull today, then you can start by filling in our online form to receive a free, no-obligation cash offer in just 24 hours. After that, we’ll send you our final offer once we’ve appraised your home, and as long as you’re happy with it, the sale can begin.


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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

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While we can reassure you that Good Move is the most reliable and trustworthy quick house sale buyer in the market, we understand that you might need a bit of extra encouragement to trust us with buying and selling your house. Luckily, you don’t just have to take our word for it, because we are regulated by The Property Ombudsman, the NAPB, the RICS, and even the NAEA. Few things are more important to us here at Good Move than securing the trust of our valued customers, and you can be sure you’re in safe hands with us.

How to sell your house fast in Hull

If you want to sell your house in Hull fast, then Good Move are here to help. We can buy your house within 21 days, but we work on a case-by-case basis, so depending on the circumstances, we could even buy your house within as little as seven days!


Frequently asked questions

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

    The fastest way to sell your house in Hull, or anywhere else, for that matter, is via a direct cash house buyer like Good Move. We have our own funds to buy properties in the UK, and we can have the sale completed within 21 days.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    Here at Good Move, we buy according to our customers’ situations. Usually, we’ll buy your house within 21 days, but if you need to sell your house more quickly than that, we could buy it in as little as seven days.

  • What areas in Hull do you buy houses?

    We buy houses in Hull city centre, on its outskirts, and everywhere in between. No matter which area of the city your house is located, we’ll buy it within 21 days.

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

    Fill in the online form above to receive a free, no-obligation cash offer on your property in Hull within 24 hours.

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

    It’s impossible to predict exactly how long your house will take to sell on the open market, but on average it takes between three and six months. If you use Good Move, however, we can buy your house within 21 days.