Best house sale property portals for Liverpool and across Merseyside, all in one place. Start your search below for the most recent Liverpool home listings from trusted Merseyside estate agents.
Merseyside Estate agents, letting agents, and new home developers use Rightmove, the UK’s leading property resource.
Buy, sell, or rent in Liverpool, search Zoopla, a website that specialises in real estate listings.
OnTheMarket platform is supported and operated by real estate professionals who possess in-depth Liverpool housing market knowledge.
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Our Liverpool housing search criteria
- House Search Postcode: L6 8
- Property Map Reference: SJ3791
- Housing Location: Liverpool
- Property county: Merseyside
- Country (within UK): England
- Types of Merseyside Properties: Houses, detached, terraced, semi-detached, apartments, flats, bungalows, land, farms, industrial, villas, townhome, residential, maisonette, commercial, housing associations.
- Liverpool listing sites: Rightmove, Zoopla, PrimeLocation, OnTheMarket
Liverpool House Viewing
When viewing a Liverpool home for the first time, it’s important to go beyond the obvious and inquire about important aspects of the property. You want to know everything about the property, from the water pressure and windows to the parking options and noise.
Consider an overnight stay in Merseyside or as close to a Liverpool property you’d like to buy to get a feel for the neighbourhood.
Before putting pen to paper, it’s wise to conduct some research on the area you wish to purchase in, regardless if you’ve living in Liverpool your whole life, as every street is different.
To get a feel for a Liverpool house you’re looking to purchase, it’s recommended to spend a minimum of 30 minutes viewing.
Because of the high demand for housing in Merseyside, viewing appointments may be limited. Schedule your Liverpool house viewings when you’re well-slept and off work.
Thoroughly inspect the Liverpool house exterior by walking around. Inspect the roof for loose or missing tiles, damaged guttering, and wet, hairline cracks in the walls.
It is not required that the Liverpool seller disclose any defects. They can attempt to conceal them. Some common examples of cover-ups include painting over damp mould or using furniture or rugs to hide holes in the wall or floor.
Viewing a Liverpool house multiple times is still recommended, even in a market where properties are selling quickly, so you can catch and resolve issues.
Calculate Morgae Cost for Buying a Liverpool Property
Use Rightmove for average house prices Liverpool and property sales data Merseyside. Simply enter Liverpool or L6 8 postcode and you’ll find average prices of sold properties by type – Detached, Semi-detached, Terraced, and Flats.
More Liverpool house price statistics can be found on HM Land Registry.
Before you go Liverpool house-hunting, it’s a good idea to speak with a mortgage broker to find out how much you can borrow and set a manageable budget. Look at the prices of housing around Liverpool and the greater Merseyside area against your spending limit to gauge whether Liverpool is an affordable place to buy a new home.
It is common practice to set up a down payment (deposit) equal to five per cent of the purchase price of the Liverpool home you wish to purchase. Putting down a larger down payment allows you to apply for mortgage deals with reduced interest rates.
For first-time England buyers, the government will match 25% of their savings (up to £1,000 per year) if they put money into a lifetime ISA.
Mortgage companies often ask for a “valuation survey,” which is distinct from a home inspection in that it does not assess the Liverpool property’s current condition. Even if you pay for a valuation survey, you might not see the results; the survey verifies the Liverpool property’s approximate value for the lender.
Always get a second opinion when purchasing a Liverpool home to find any hidden problems.
Here’s a hand mortgage calculator to run some numbers.
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