Sell your house fast in Newcastle

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Whether you’ve got a beautiful terraced house in Fenham, or a functional flat in the Ouseburn, sometimes life throws things your way that means you need to sell up and quickly.

About Newcastle

Prices, rents, yields, growth & much more for the city of Newcastle

Newcastle Upon Tyne is a city situated in the Tyne and Wear in the North East of England. It is 103 miles south of Edinburgh and 277 miles north of London. Newcastle Upon Tyne is the most populous city in the North East and the 8th most populous urban area in the UK.

With roots stretching back all the way to the Roman settlement Pons Aeilius, it became an epicentre for the wool trade in the 14th century and later became a major coal mining area.

Home to theatres, museums, galleries, bars, restaurants, clubs, cinemas, and of course, Greggs, Newcastle is a city that is constantly on the move, with plenty of things to see and do.

Newcastle saw a 7.1% population increase in the 2021 survey, with around 300,100 people living in the city. This jump in population is down to many factors, such as cost of living in Newcastle, the fantastic transport links in and around the city, the community and amenties on offer

Newcastle property market

According to data from Rightmove, properties in Newcastle Upon Tyne had an overall average price of £204,001 in 2022. The most popular property type sold were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £181,269. Semi-detached Newcastle properties sold for an average of £201,857and flats fetched an average price of £121,727.

Is now a good time to buy or sell a house in Newcastle

Absolutely! There has never been a better time to invest in the Newcastle property market! The majority of investment property in Newcastle is terraced housing, particularly towards the city centre. Further out from the city centre are larger family houses however many new builds have emerged in recent years. As Newcastle is home to Newcastle University, student houses are another investment opportunity worth considering.

We will buy any UK property, from a detached family house on the outskirts of Newcastle to a city centre apartment, from a property in pristine condition to one needing a complete refurbishment.The location and shape of your property won't deter us from helping you sell your house fast — in as little as seven days.

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Where are the best areas to live in Newcastle


Located just two miles away from Newcastle city centre, is the residential area of Fenham. Its close proximity to the city centre means that whether you cycle, walk, drive or take the bus, you can be in the centre within 10 minutes. Complete with a town hall, restaurants, bars, shops, and great transport links in and around the city, it is easy to see what makes Fenham such a popular spot.


Jesmond is a suburb in Newcastle with a bustling atmosphere famous for its dining experiences and late-night bars and cafes. Nightlife is not the only thing that Jesmond has to offer, with green spaces, an outdoor theatre, rivers, and waterfalls, there's something got everyone when it comes to life in Jesmond.


Similarly to Fenham, Heaton is a Newcastle suburb located just two miles from the city centre. Home to restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and the Peoples theatre that puts on up to 12 productions a year, there is lots to be excited about when it comes to living in Heaton.


Situated in the metropolitan borough of Gateshead, Chopwell is a small village with roots stretching all the way back to 1150. Once a prominent mining town, Chopwell now has a much greener approach as the Chopwell Colliery is now the Chopwell Meadows Hill Reserve.

We’ll buy any type of UK property, either a detached family house or a city centre apartment, we are in a position to make a cash offer and complete a fast sale.The location of your property and the condition it is in won’t deter us from helping you achieve a quick house sale – whether the property is in the middle of nowhere or the city centre, in pristine condition or in need of a full refurbishment, we will buy any house quickly.

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Areas of Newcastle we buy

Looking to sell your house in Newcastle? We can buy any property in any condition anywhere across the city or surrounding areas! Here is a list of some of the more common locations we purchase in Newcastle:

  • Albany

  • Annitsford

  • Ashbrooke

  • Ayton

  • Abbey Farm

  • Abbey Grange

  • Arthurs Hill

  • Backworth

  • Barlow

  • Barmoor

  • Barnes

  • Battlefield

  • Benton Square

  • Benwell

  • Bill Quay

  • Birtley

  • Blackfell

  • Black Callerton

  • Blackhall Mill

  • Blakelaw

  • Blaydon

  • Blucher

  • Boldon

  • Boldon Colliery

  • Branding Village

  • Brenkley

  • Brunswick Village

  • Brunton Bridge

  • Brunton Park

  • Burradon

  • Byder

  • Bells Close

  • Callerton Lane End

  • Camperdown

  • Carr Hill

  • Castletown

  • Chapel House

  • Chapel Grange

  • Chapel Park

  • Chartershaugh

  • Chopwell

  • Clara Vale

  • Claxheugh

  • Cleadon

  • Coalburns

  • Colliery Row

  • Columbia

  • Concord

  • Cowgate

  • Cox Green

  • Coxlodge

  • Crawcrook

  • Crookhill

  • Cullercoats

  • Cragston Park

  • Cradlewell

  • Cochrane Park

  • Church Green

  • Deckham

  • Deptford

  • Dinnington

  • Donwell

  • Doxford Park

  • Dudley

  • Dunston

  • Denton Burn

  • Darras Hall

  • Dissington

  • Denton Park

  • Earsdon

  • East Denton

  • East Holywell

  • East Rainton

  • Elswick

  • Etal Park

  • Farringdon

  • Fatfield

  • Fawdon

  • Felling

  • Fence Houses

  • Fenham

  • Ford Estate

  • Forest Hall

  • Fulwell

  • Fairways

  • Four Lane Ends

  • Gateshead

  • Glebe

  • Gosforth

  • Grangetown

  • Greenside

  • Grindon

  • Greystone Park

  • Halls Estate

  • Harraton

  • Harton

  • Hastings Hill

  • Haydon Grange

  • Hazlerigg

  • Heaton

  • Hebburn

  • Hendon

  • Herrington

  • Hetton-le-Hole

  • Highfield

  • High Callerton

  • High Heaton

  • High Newport

  • High Spen

  • Holystone Interchange

  • Heddon-on-the-Wall

  • Hillsheads

  • Holywell

  • Houghton-le-Spring

  • Jarrow

  • Jesmond

  • Kenton

  • Kibblesworth

  • Killingworth

  • Kingston Park

  • Kenton Bank Foot

  • Kenton Bar

  • Lambton

  • Lamesley

  • Leadgate

  • Lemington

  • Lintzford

  • Longbenton

  • Low Fell

  • Little Benton

  • Marley Hill

  • Marden

  • Marsden

  • Melton Park

  • Millfield

  • Monkseaton

  • Monkton

  • Monkwearmouth

  • Moorside

  • Murton Village

  • Montagu Estate

  • Manor Park

  • Newbottle

  • Newburn

  • Newcastle

  • New Herrington

  • New Horton Grange

  • New Silksworth

  • New York

  • Nookside

  • North Brunton

  • North Shields

  • North Walbottle

  • Newcastle Great Park

  • North Kenton

  • Nuns Moor

  • Old Hartley

  • Oxclose

  • Old Benwell

  • Pallion

  • Paradise

  • Pelaw

  • Pennywell

  • Penshaw

  • Preston

  • Palmersville

  • Philadelphia

  • Prestwick Village

  • Parklands

  • Ponteland

  • Redhouse

  • Rickleton

  • Roker

  • Rowlands Gill

  • Ryhope

  • Ryton

  • Regent Farm

  • Red House Farm

  • Scotswood

  • Seaburn

  • Seaton Sluice

  • Seghill

  • Sheriff Hill

  • Shieldfield

  • Shiney Row

  • Shiremoor

  • Silksworth

  • South Denton

  • South Hylton

  • South Shields

  • Southwick

  • Spital Tongues

  • Springwell Village

  • Springwell

  • Street Gate

  • Sulgrave

  • Sunderland

  • Sunniside

  • Swalwell

  • St John's

  • Slatyford

  • South Gosforth

  • South West Denton

  • Sandyford

  • Saltmeadows

  • St Anthony's

  • Team Colliery

  • Team Valley

  • Thorney Close

  • Throckley

  • Tynemouth

  • Tunstall

  • Tudor Grange

  • Teams

  • Urpeth

  • Usworth

  • Walker

  • Walbottle

  • Wallsend

  • Washington

  • Westerhope

  • Westoe

  • West Holywell

  • West Moor

  • Whickham

  • Whitburn

  • Whitley Bay

  • Wideopen

  • Willington

  • Windy Nook

  • Winlaton Mill

  • Wrekenton

  • Whitebridge Park

  • West Denton

  • Whorlton

  • West Jesmond

  • Walkerville

  • Walkergate

  • West Denton Park

  • West Denton Hall

Selling a house in Newcastle: Your selling options

Local Newcastle estate agents:

Local Newcastle estate agents will provide you with a house selling service that covers the marketing and negotiations of your house sale. They will often use online property portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla to advertise your property and will help you sort and arrange viewings of your property.

What fees do estate agents charge?

Estate agents Newcastle will typically charge an average rate of 3%+VAT of your original asking price. This total is without taking into account any hidden costs or packages that attribute to the marketing and negotiating on your behalf.

Are estate agent valuations accurate?

Real estate agents in Newcastle will have valuations that vary from agent to agent. The biggest factor to keep in mind will be the honesty of your Newcastle estate agent, who may overvalue your property in an attempt to win your business.

This will mean that if you go with that estate agent and then struggle to sell, you will be stuck on the open market for months and will add unnecessary time to your house sale.

How long do estate agents take to complete a house sale?

According to data from, it takes an average of 171 days to sell a Newcastle property via an estate agent in 2023.

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Newcastle cash buyers

For those who need a quick sale, property cash buyers offer a speedy process including valuation, sale processing, and payment. After the acceptance of a cash offer, payments are typically processed within a few days.

How the buying process works if you’re a cash buyer?

Cash Buyers In Newcastle are companies or people who can purchase a property without relying on the funds from an ongoing sale, a loan, or a mortgage in order to be able to complete the sale.

If you sell through a cash buyer you will still need to hire a conveyancer, which will be the longest part of the house-selling journey.

How long does it take for a cash buyer to complete?

It takes the average property purchasing company in Newcastle around 2 months to complete a sale. Here at The Property Buying Company, we can buy your property in as little as 7 days, and then it's over to the conveyancer to complete the process.

Whilst you will need to hire a solicitor, if you use one of our recommended fast and efficient solicitors, we will cover the costs for you.

Do you need a solicitor if you are a cash buyer?

If you sell through a fast property buyers Newcastle then you will still need to hire a solicitor. Your solicitor will still need to carry out the legal side of the house sale and ensure that the sale progresses smoothly.

How long does conveyancing take with a cash buyer?

The conveyancing timeline can vary from house sale to house sale, however, the average waiting time is between 6 to 8 weeks depending on the relationship and quality of the solicitor. As a special thank you for selling with us, we will cover all of your solicitors' costs.

Newcastle property auctions

If you have a slightly unusual property to sell, then a Newcastle property auction could be for you.

When it comes to a house auction Newcastle, you will need to get familiar with the difference between a guide price and a reserve price as these are set for each lot.

A guide price is a lot like a valuation, it is the price that the auction house or the seller thinks the house is worth. A reserve price, on the other hand, is the minimum amount a seller is willing to accept for the property, but this figure is often kept quiet.

A guide price for a lot is like a valuation. It's the price that an auction house or the seller thinks the property is worth. A reserve price on a lot is the minimum payment that the vendor will accept, but this is usually kept private.

How much do auctions charge to sell your house?

To sell at a house auction Newcastle, you should expect to pay around £300 to put your home into the auction on top of the 2.5%+VAT of the selling price. In addition to this, there will be further charges for any extra services like marketing and negotiations.

Can anyone sell a house at auction?

Yes, they can. Whilst Newcastle property auctions are often favoured by those with unusual properties, you can sell any property at auction.

However, it is worth bearing in mind that when you sell at auction you run the risk of not selling at all. Most bidders at an auction are developers or investors looking to buy a property that needs modernisation, so there may be better routes than selling your family home on auction.

Are houses sold at auction cheaper?

If you sell a property at a house auction Newcastle, you can expect it to sell for as little as 70% below the market value, but they can sell 10% on occasion. On average you can expect to sell your property for around 85% - 90% below market value.

How long does conveyancing take with a cash buyer?

The conveyancing timeline can vary from house sale to house sale, however, the average waiting time is between 6 to 8 weeks depending on the relationship and quality of the solicitor. As a special thank you for selling with us, we will cover all of your solicitors' costs.

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How to prepare your Newcastle property for a sale

Newcastle is a modern and busy city, with plenty of great amenities and a great sense of community, but according to data from, in February 2023 it takes an average of 171 days to sell your Newcastle home on the open market.

If you are looking for a quick sale then this is not the news you want to hear, thankfully we have drawn up some of our top tips to help generate interest in your home and get your house sold:

General maintenance  

One of the best ways that you can help to generate interest in your Newcastle home is by giving it a serious deep clean.

Whilst it is not the most glamorous of jobs, it is one that can have you seeing a lot of interest in your home. Be sure to go through each room in your home, decluttering and reorganising as you go. Another way you can brighten up your home is by giving any walls that are looking tired a quick facelift using a fresh coat of paint.

These simple steps can freshen up your home in no time and generate real interest in your home.

General repairs  

Another way that you can help to generate interest in your Newcastle property is by taking care of general repairs that need doing around your home.

This includes tasks such as replacing any tired carpets past the point of saving, removing any mould and limescale from bathrooms and windows, and painting any tired-looking walls.

Garden maintenance  

An element of your Newcastle home that can often be overlooked but can generate a lot of interest is your garden.

In order to generate interest in your garden you don’t need to go full gardeners world, you just need to do simple changes such as mowing the lawn, painting any tired-looking fences, and making sure the patio is clean!

Sell to us:  

By selling your Newcastle property to us, you are ensuring that you can sell your house fast in Newcastle.

We will buy your property in as little as seven days, pay all the legal fees usually associated with selling your property, and handle all marketing and negotiations, ensuring that the entire process is as hassle-free as possible.

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Sell house fast in Newcastle: FAQs

If you live in the Newcastle area and are looking to sell your house, why not sell to us? We understand you may still have some questions, so we have drawn up a few of our most commonly asked questions and answered them below to help:

How do you value my property?

The initial offer that you will receive from us is provided with the information you provide us about your property paired with our own market research around the area. If you are happy with our ballpark figure, we will then send one of our Regional Managers to visit the property itself which will, in turn, allow us to provide a more concrete offer.

What are the benefits to selling through a sell house fast company?

There are several benefits to selling using a sell house fast company like ourselves, but mostly it's that you can sell your home in as little as seven days for cash, it's entirely hassle-free, and everything is handled for you.

How quickly can I sell my house to you?

We can buy your home in as little as seven days in Newcastle; however, we know this may not work for some, so we can operate to a timescale that best suits you.

Can I trust you?

Of course! We are proud members of two regulatory boards, the National Association of Property Buyers (NAPB) & The Property Ombudsman (TPO). And we like to think that our reviews speak for themselves, with over 1,000 5-star reviews rating us as excellent on Trustpilot, you can feel safe in our hands.

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