Strike is your Manchester estate agent with a difference — we'll sell your home for free. Not only that, we love the Manchester property market. In fact, Manchester was one of the first places Strike decided to call home. We offer everything you need to sell your home — and all the help you need along the way — absolutely free. In fact, whether you're buying or selling, we think your move should be on your terms. We offer floorplans, photos, listings on Rightmove and Zoopla, professional offer negotiation, and more — for free. And we've got an app and online hub that will let you manage your listing, scheduling viewings, and connect directly to buyers.
Strike is your Manchester estate agent with a difference — we'll sell your home for free. But more importantly, we love the Manchester property market. In fact, Manchester was one of the first places Strike decided to call home. So you can rest assured that we know and love Manchester just as much as you do.
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With music, football, and easy escapes to the Peak District and so much more — there's a reason we love selling homes here. In fact, Manchester was named the UK's most livable city for a reason (and we're not just talking about the Big Grillie Style burgers).
It's a great time for the Manchester property market — because it seems like the rest of the country has finally caught up with what makes Manchester special.
We know that Manchester is a great place to live, whether you're starting your family, looking for a change, or heading into retirement. That's why we help buy and sell homes in the entire Greater Manchester area. From Rochdale to the North Quarter, we've got you covered.
With an average house price in Manchester currently hovering at around £248,704, there are plenty of affordable options — and a lot of luxury properties, depending on what you're looking for. Prices have been going up, so it looks like the rest of the country has finally caught up with what makes Manchester special.
Whether you're looking to grab a bite at the Corn Exchange or in the Northern Quarter, or find a gig at Gorilla, Band on the Wall, the Albert Hall, or YES — Manchester is knowns for its nightlife, packed with independent restaurants and venues.
Of course, the football fans among you may be aware that there are two — yes, two — major clubs, with Manchester City and Manchester United both calling the area home (and don't miss the National Football Museum, a must for all real fans). If you really want to commit to a team, you can find fellow fans based off of where they live. One survey showed that those living in the north and west of the city seem to favour United, while the south and east were City fans.
Of course, you can't forget the universities. Manchester has a thriving student population, which helps ensure the city's dynamic edge, and The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University both draw students from around the country and around the world. There's also the celebrated Royal Northern College of Music, and other major universities in the area — University of Salford, University of Bolton and University Academy 92, just to name a few. If you are a student looking to call the area home — or if you're looking for an investment property to let to students — Fallowfield, Rusholme, Oxford Road, Didsbury and East Didsbury are all great bets for young people. As you can see, there are a lot of reasons people love to live in Manchester — a vibrant city with a lot of fun and culture on offer, but amazing family homes and green space too. Whether you already live in Manchester or are looking to call it home, it's a great choice. It's easy to see why Strike is proud to be a Manchester estate agent.
Looking to buy or sell in Manchester? It's easy to see why. The Manchester property market is incredibly buzzy at the moment — it's shown that it can go from strength to strength as an affordable city with great career prospects. (In fact, it showed nearly 8% growth year on year in 2021, the second largest in the UK according to Zoopla.) We're seeing even more interest in Manchester as remote working has picked up and people have realised what Manchester has to offer, so the market is showing no sign of slowing.
Great for families
One of the reasons the Manchester market has stayed so strong is it's a perfect fit for young families and couples starting to think about schools. Primaries like New Islington Free School, St Ann's RC Primary School, Ashbury Meadow Primary School and Abbott Community Primary School, all come with great reviews and high ratings, and their secondary schools shine too, making their neighbourhoods all the more desirable. There are a range of grammar schools— including Manchester Grammar School, William Hulme's Grammar School, Stretford Grammar School and Withington High School for Girls — and outstanding-rated comprehensives like Trinity CofE High School, The King David High School, Melland High School and Levenshulme High School. These help keep the market thriving.
Perfect for students and investors
Of course, you can't forget the universities. Whether you're an investor looking for a strong rental option with great yields or a young graduate looking to get on the property ladder, you can't talk about the Manchester property market without mentioning the unis. Manchester has a thriving student population, which helps ensure the city's dynamic edge, and The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University both draw students from around the country and around the world. There's also the celebrated Royal Northern College of Music, and other major universities in the area — University of Salford, University of Bolton and University Academy 92, just to name a few.
As you can see, there are a lot of reasons people love to live in Manchester — and a lot of reasons Strike is proud to be a Manchester estate agent. Plus, more and more people are catching on to what Manchester has to offer. An affordable, bustling city with nature at its doorstep? No wonder it's such a strong market.
“Strike is brilliant! The app is really useful. You can arrange viewings, talk to buyers and see offers really easily. The support on the phone is fantastic with agents available evenings and weekends too. And the fact it's completely free is unbelievable! I can't recommend highly enough”
“My property sold within days and the app was so simple to use and meant I could deal with booking the viewings much quicker than using a high street estate agent. Strike kept me updated of progress almost daily and all staff were a pleasure to deal with. Saved a lot of money too! Would definitely use again and highly recommend”
“A new way of selling your home! You are truly in control of your property sale from start to finish. Thank you, Strike!”
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