Sell My House Fast in York

We’ll buy any home in York fast!

We know there’s many reasons you may need to shift your house fast. Things like a

New job
Change of personal circumstances like a divorce
Inheritance of a property

There could be other reasons too, but regardless of the reasons behind your plans to move, we’ll consider every single application we receive!

Maybe you’re worried about selling your property in York, because it’s been damaged in some way – by fire, smoke or affected by other issues such as Japanese knotweed.

But don’t worry – our experts at Zoom will sell any property in the York area, regardless of these issues! We’ve got loads of experience in selling and buying houses and we’re ready to buy your house straight away, we buy any house in York, no matter the condition, just get in touch.

Contact us today to sell a York home fast!

Selling A House In York

We’ll buy and sell any house in!

We understand the many potential reasons why you’d want to sell your house quickly. Perhaps you got a new job, or your personal circumstances changed, or you’ve inherited a property. We promise to consider every application. 

Perhaps you can’t sell your York house fast on the open marketing because it has some form of damage, maybe by fire, water, or even Japanese knotweed. None of these are a problem for us – we will still consider your application. 

Don’t worry! Our experts at Zoom will buy ANY property in York, literally any. We are cash property buyers and don’t rely on banks which allows us to be speedy and complete the sale faster than anyone else. 

We buy houses in every part of York, this includes

Acaster Malbis
Askham Bryan
Askham Richard
Clifton Without
Crockey Hill
Heworth Without
Nether Poppleton
New Earswick
South Bank
Stockton on the Forest
Tang Hall
Upper Poppleton
York City Centre

Is Now The Right Time To Sell In York

York, despite its small size, has a very stable housing market. Our highly experienced team will get you the best price for your house, as soon as possible. 

York is a beautiful city full of history and culture – perfect for those interested in medieval history. York Minster sets the tone for other buildings in York – the city has some of the most beautiful streets in the UK

So what are you waiting for? Fill in your details now to start your hassle free journey to selling your York property today!

Sell a house in York

York is jam-packed with history and boasts a very promising future – and that makes it all the more desirable to buyers. For those looking to sell a house fast in York, then remember all that York has to offer! It has two universities, a string of annual festivals and excellent transport links, anyone would be hard-pressed to fault this glorious city incredibly proud of its rich Norse heritage.

While a property sells for an average of almost £290,000, there’s plenty of opportunity for sellers looking to capitalise on the ever-growing need for the thousands of students and young professionals who make the move to York for the perfect balance of work and play – and it was crowned the best place to live in Britain by The Sunday Times in 2018. So, if you’re sat on property and want to sell your house fast, what are you waiting for? Speak to us and get your property on the market quicker than you can say ‘ay up’.

The North is the new London

Lockdown has seen plenty of city dwellers reconsider their choice to live in the capital – and the same goes for businesses. Even the government has announced that its second base will be housed in nearby Leeds. Insurance giant Hiscox is among the scores of businesses with hubs in York, while national housebuilding heavyweights Persimmon and equipment and instrument retailer Gear4Music are both headquartered there. It’s also home to Nestlé – and on a day with a southerly breeze, the incredible smell of chocolate production makes its way from Clifton to the city centre. Big business mean plenty of opportunities to join exciting companies for any prospective property buyers.

York is nearing the end of its most recent economic strategy (2016-2020), focusing on eight key aims. These are:

  • Deliver the York Central Enterprise Zone
  • Deliver a Local Plan that supports a high value economy
  • Take practical steps to develop and retain talent in the city
  • Drive university and research-led business growth in key sectors
  • Lobby for investment in key transport networks
  • Use local business rate freedoms to drive high value growth
  • Make a fresh ‘loud’ statement on cultural and visual identity
  • Bring people and businesses together in creative low-cost ways

And while Covid-19 may have put brakes on plans for the local economy, the York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership has recently announced its vision for the future with an economic recovery plan.

A tourism hotspot

York is proud of its heritage, and centres plenty of events based around its viking heritage. The annual Jorvik Viking Festival, taking place in February each year, is recognised as the largest festival of its kind in Europe. It’s a big draw for visitors – as is York Racecourse, hosting a number of events and concerts in the summer months. Previous stars to grace its stage include Rod Stewart, Paloma Faith and Boyzone. The skyline-dominating York Minster is yet another jewel in the city’s crown. With more attractions per square mile than any other UK city, more highlights for visitors – and residents! – include:

  • Clifford’s Tower
  • National Railway Museum
  • York Art Gallery
  • York Castle Museum
  • The York Dungeon
  • Jorvik Viking Centre
  • York’s Chocolate Story

Students need property

York St John University’s city centre location means that scores of students look for homes in Bootham, Clifton and Heworth. Properties on roads including Garden Street, Townend Street and Lowther Street, within a stone’s throw of the university’s main campus, are sure to sell like hot cakes. Meanwhile, the University of York, with its main campus in Heslington on the eastern side of the city, makes areas like Badger Hill, Osbaldwick and Layerthorpe a prime spot for student housing. The need for student housing has grown exponentially in the city in recent years, and that’s not about to change – any property listed is bound to be snapped up.

Transport links

York’s impressive rail links mean that Leeds, Sheffield and Newcastle-upon-Tyne are all easily within reach in around an hour or less, while a direct train to the capital typically takes around two hours. The city is well-served by a number of rail franchises – and you can even spend a day at the beach with a 50-minute train journey to Scarborough.

York’s outskirts are made all the more accessible by car thanks to the the A64 and A1237 ring road, with the A1(M) and M1 motorways around a 20-minute drive from the city centre. Buses run regularly and until late across the city and further afield to places including Harrogate, Haxby and Selby.

York property stats

While the average property price in the city centre at just over £285,000, terraced properties in desirable Osbaldwick sold for an average of £198,000 last year. Prices peak in the city centre at around £1.5 million for a period townhouse, while some of York’s cheapest properties, such as those in Foxwood in the city’s south west, can sell for as little as £130,000.

How It Works

3 Steps to a hassle free house sale with Zoom Property Buyer.

Step 1

Tell us about your property

Step 2

Receive your offer in as little as 60 minutes

Step 3

We buy your house in as little as 7 days

Over 50 years experience buying houses fast!

Why Use Zoom Property Buyer?

We understand the stress and hassle caused by selling a home through an estate agency. That’s why our aim is to make the house selling process as simple and pain-free as possible.

Our expert in-house staff have 50 years of combined industry experience. As such, they’re well versed in all aspects of property from surveys to solicitors fees.

We use our own cash facility meaning we do not rely on banks or mortgages to complete the purchase of a property. This allows us to offer the best prices in our industry and facilitate fast sales.

Estate Agent Costs vs Our Services

Sales Process

Market Value
Offer Accepted 
Survey Negotiation
Estate Agent Fees
Solicitor Fees
Mortgage Payments
Monthly Bills
Property Clean
Final Price

Zoom Property Buyer

7 Days


Estate Agents

6-9 Months


Zoom PropertyEstate Agents
 7 Days6-9 Months
Market Value£150,000£150,000
Offer Accepted £120,000£142,500
Survey Negotiation£120,000£140,000
Estate Agent Fees£120,000£136,640
Solicitor Fees£120,000£134,690
Mortgage Payments£120,000£128,440
Monthly Bills£120,000£124,840
Property Clean£120,000£123,840
Final Price£120,000£123,840

* Figures shown above are based on a typically advertised property price of £150,000 and located in an area with average or above market conditions; including legal work and searches showing no issues in relation to the property.

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