Buying property in Manchester

Share on facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Google+

Buy Sell or Find Property in Manchester


The House Shop has thousands of houses for sale from all over the UK and good selection of homes for sale from the Manchester area.

Housing Market in Manchester

The House Shop has been helping people from Manchester sell their homes since 2015. Manchester home owners have saved thousands of pounds in estate agents commission allowing them to put the money saved into their new property.

Private House Sales

Selling a property without an estate agent means that the owner is responsible for the marketing of the property and deals directly with all potential buyers. Once a price has been agreed for a property we advise that the legal process is handed over to each parties legal representative.

Estate Agents in Manchester

The House Shop offer an online estate agents service similar to a traditional estate agency but at a fraction of the cost. select the “Sell” tab for more details

Referral Rewards

Having a huge band of sellers trying to find a buyer for your home in Manchester is possible with referral rewards learn more by selecting Refer

Schools in Manchester
City College Manchester, , Lancs, <class=’link_menu’>
Manchester Academy, Moss Side, Lancs,
Manchester College of Arts and Technology, Openshaw, Lancs,
Manchester Enterprise Academy, Wythenshawe, Lancs,
Manchester Grammar School, Rusholme, Lancs,
Manchester Health Academy, Wythenshawe, Lancs,
Manchester High School for Girls, Manchester, Lancs, se
<class=’link_menu’>Manchester LEA, Manchester, Lancs,
Quick Facts
Population: 420000
City Status Granted: 1853 County: Greater Manchester
Country: England
Local Website:
Manchester Directory
Local Gov. Website: Manchester City Council
Manchester is situated in the North west of England. It had a 2002 population of 422,302. The city was also voted England’s second city in 2004, ahead of Birmingham for the first time. Manchester was settled upon in Roman times where a general called Agricola set up a fort called Mamucium, meaning “breast shaped hill”.
Useful Websites About Manchester

Share on facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Google+

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Connect with The House Shop