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eSale are setting new standards for estate agents in Manchester. With our low fees, our all inclusive packages and our no nonsense approach to selling property, its easy to see why many home owners are choosing us to sell their property. Take a look at our packages and prices to see how much you could save.

Our online estate agency service includes everything you need to sell your house, from professional photographs and floor plans to comprehensive advertising on all of the major websites including Rightmove, Primelocation and Zoopla. Think of esale as a hybrid estate agent – a cross between the traditional and the new.

Whether you live in Hulme, Droylsden, Bowdon, Didsbury or all points in between, esale cover the whole of Manchester and will get your house on the market sooner and save you money.

Ask us for a free online property valuation here for your house or flat and receive a personalised appraisal and suggested marketing price by email.


What comes to mind if someone mentions Manchester? Of course, for many, it will be Premier League football. After all, the city’s two clubs have dominated the English game for the last couple of decades.

But how about music? Manchester was home to the famous – or infamous – Haçienda nightclub, spawned bands like Oasis, led the indie movement almost single-handedly and pioneered acid house.

For many from the north, the international airport is the gateway to their holidays abroad, the suburbs are a massive industrial hub, it’s a fantastic place to shop or – thanks to huge venues like the Manchester Arena or Apollo – it’s a great place to enjoy some of the best the UK has to offer in the arts or entertainment.

Of course, there’s no escaping the climate. We all know Manchester’s not known for wall-to-wall sunshine. But then its proximity to the Pennines means that country walks in the hills are not far away either. The Lake District and North Wales are also within easy reach and Blackpool is barely an hour up the motorway.

Suddenly, Manchester doesn’t seem to be all about dingy mills and chimneys belching smoke. It maybe what powered the city in the past but the Industrial Revolution was actually almost 200 years ago now. Both Hitler’s bombers and the IRA also did their best to destroy the city’s heart and spirit but – just like London – the UK’s second largest conurbation has rebuilt and now offers a modern city centre better able to cope with the demands of contemporary living.

If you are considering relocation to Manchester, the range of property in the area is hugely diverse. A quick search on the online portals will provide a massive amount of choice, with a budget of between £200,000 to £250,000 generating a list which could stretch into 40 pages. But – like everywhere else in the UK – the closer to the city centre you want to be, the higher the prices. For example, a modern two-bedroom apartment on the Salford Quays is possible at the top end of that sort of budget but, somewhere like Levenshulme, Chorlton, Stretford, Prestwich or even Old Trafford, it could be enough for a three-bedroom semi-detached property – or perhaps something even larger.

So, although there may be some south of Watford who will still tell you it’s grim up north, both the BBC and the Government’s recent strategy for relocation suggest otherwise. Manchester actually has a lot to offer – and at much more reasonable rates.

Just one thing. Don’t mention Yorkshire. The War of the Roses may have been almost 750 years ago now but no one either end of the M62 has forgotten yet.

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