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About Ascend Properties - Manchester

Ascend Properties Manchester mainly list properties in M3, M50 and M1. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 37 properties, with 38 currently on the market. Most of the properties listed have 2 bedrooms. They list properties for sale on Zoopla, Rightmove and OnTheMarket.

Branch Address

275 Deansgate, M3 4EN

Opening Times
Monday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm
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Listings by number of bedrooms
  1. 10 1 bedroom/studio properties listed by Ascend Properties - Manchester in the last 6 months
  2. 21 2 bedrooms properties listed by Ascend Properties - Manchester in the last 6 months
  3. 5 3 bedrooms properties listed by Ascend Properties - Manchester in the last 6 months
  4. 1 4 bedrooms properties listed by Ascend Properties - Manchester in the last 6 months
Number of Listings
  1. In January 2020 the number of properties listed was 65
  2. In February 2020 the number of properties listed was 61
  3. In March 2020 the number of properties listed was 57
  4. In April 2020 the number of properties listed was 51
  5. In May 2020 the number of properties listed was 49
  6. In June 2020 the number of properties listed was 53
  7. In July 2020 the number of properties listed was 42
Listing Market Share
  1. In February 2020, Ascend Properties - Manchester had 2.1% market share in M3 , 2.2% market share in M1 , 3.6% market share in M50 and 1.5% market share in M4
  2. In March 2020, Ascend Properties - Manchester had 2.1% market share in M3 , 1.9% market share in M1 , 2.7% market share in M50 and 1.6% market share in M4
  3. In April 2020, Ascend Properties - Manchester had 2.2% market share in M3 , 2% market share in M1 , 2.1% market share in M50 and 1.2% market share in M4
  4. In May 2020, Ascend Properties - Manchester had 2.1% market share in M3 , 1.3% market share in M1 , 1.7% market share in M50 and 1.2% market share in M4
  5. In June 2020, Ascend Properties - Manchester had 2.3% market share in M3 , 1.1% market share in M1 , 2.9% market share in M50 and 1.5% market share in M4
  6. In July 2020, Ascend Properties - Manchester had 2.1% market share in M3 , 1.3% market share in M1 , 1.5% market share in M50 and 2.1% market share in M4

Properties listed and sold by Ascend Properties - Manchester

Average Value
£186,859
Average Size
2 Beds
Most Active Postcode
M3
    6th July
  • New Listing
    Brentwood Court, Sandwich Road, Manchester
    2 bed • £220,000
  • 1st July
  • New Listing
    Advent Way, Manchester M4
    2 bed • £265,000
  • Removed
    Coleman House, Gravel Lane, Salford
    1 bed • £190,000
  • Removed
    Cotton Square, Claremont Road, Manchester M14
    2 bed • £120,000
  • Removed
    Cotton Square, Claremont Road, Manchester
    2 bed • £120,000
  • 1st July
  • Removed
    Delaney Building, Derwent Street, Salford M5
    2 bed • £145,000
  • 30th June
  • Removed
    Coleman House, Gravel Lane, Salford M3
    1 bed • £190,000
  • 30th June
  • Price Decrease
    Murrays' Mill, Bengal Street, Manchester M4
    1 bed

    £210,000 £215,000

  • 24th June
  • Removed
    Sandwich Road, Eccles, Manchester M30
    2 bed • £200,000
  • 23rd June
  • Removed
    City Link, Hessel Street, Salford M50
    2 bed • £105,000
  • 19th June
  • Removed
    Hudson Court, Broadway, Salford M50
    1 bed • £130,000
  • 18th June
  • New Listing
    Coleman House, Gravel Lane, Salford M3
    1 bed • £190,000
  • New Listing
    Coleman House, Gravel Lane, Salford M3
    3 bed • £535,000
  • Removed
    Coleman House, Gravel Lane, Salford
    3 bed • £535,000
  • Removed
    Coleman House, Gravel Lane, Salford M3
    1 bed • £190,000
  • 17th June
  • New Listing
    Nq4, Naval Street, Manchester M4
    1 bed • £150,000
  • 16th June
  • New Listing
    Delaney Building, Derwent Street, Salford M5
    2 bed • £145,000
  • Removed
    Hudson Court, Broadway, Salford M50
    2 bed • £145,000
  • Removed
    Fresh Building, Chapel Street, Salford
    2 bed • £145,000
  • Removed
    Fresh Building, Chapel Street, Salford M3
    2 bed • £145,000
  • 11th June
  • New Listing
    Abito, Clippers Quay, Salford M50
    Studio • £105,000
  • Removed
    Signature Mill, Lower Vickers Street, Manchester M40
    2 bed • £220,000
  • 9th June
  • New Listing
    Murrays' Mill, Bengal Street, Manchester M4
    1 bed • £210,000
  • 8th June
  • Removed
    Huntingdon House, Princess Street, Bolton BL1
    1 bed • £60,000
  • Removed
    Tower A, Michigan Avenue, Salford M50
    Studio • £140,000
  • 8th June
  • Removed
    Victoria Mill, Lower Vickers Street, Manchester M40
    3 bed • £175,000
  • 4th June
  • New Listing
    City Link, Hessel Street, Salford M50
    2 bed • £105,000
  • New Listing
    Abito, Greengate, Salford M3
    Studio • £115,000
  • 1st June
  • New Listing
    Lightbox, Broadway, Salford M50
    1 bed • £165,000
  • 28th May
  • Removed
    Victoria Mil, Lower Vickers Street, Manchester
    2 bed • £145,000
  • 28th May
  • Removed
    Victoria Mil, Lower Vickers Street, Manchester M40
    2 bed • £145,000
  • 26th May
  • Removed
    Brunswick Road, Withington, Manchester M20
    2 bed • £190,000
  • 25th May
  • New Listing
    Sandwich Road, Eccles, Manchester M30
    2 bed • £200,000
  • 14th May
  • New Listing
    Brunswick Road, Withington, Manchester M20
    2 bed • £190,000
  • 14th May
  • Removed
    Design House, William Fairburn Way, Manchester M4
    2 bed • £174,000
  • 7th May
  • Removed
    Cotton Square, Claremont Road, Manchester M14
    2 bed • £120,000
  • 14th April
  • Removed
    Vantage Quay, Brewer Street, Manchester M1
    2 bed • £240,000
  • Removed
    Vantage Quay, Brewer Street, Manchester
    2 bed • £240,000
  • 9th April
  • Price Increase
    Macintosh Mill, Cambridge Street, Manchester M1
    2 bed

    £275,000 £265,000

Sold Properties

In the last 6 months, Ascend Properties - Manchester have listed 37 properties. On average, they achieve 97.3% of the original asking price.

Flat 9, Old Court House Encombe Place
Asking Price
£230,000
Sold Price
£232,000
Sold on 7th November 2019
Flat 302, 122 High Street
Asking Price
£275,000
Sold Price
£265,000
Sold on 30th October 2019
Apartment 46, Quantum, 4 Chapeltown Street
Asking Price
£172,500
Sold Price
£170,000
Sold on 17th October 2019
Flat 9, 7 Collier Street
Asking Price
£180,000
Sold Price
£173,500
Sold on 30th September 2019
281 Barton Road
Asking Price
£215,000
Sold Price
£218,425
Sold on 7th June 2019
Flat 107, Victoria Mill, 10 Lower Vickers Street
Asking Price
£145,000
Sold Price
£145,000
Sold on 29th July 2019

Property listings are matched to data from the Land Registry by our clever algorithm. Clever as it may be, it isn't always right, especially if a property was listed by multiple agents. The asking price is the original listing price, NOT the final listing price. Data produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2020.

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Latest Reviews for Ascend Properties - Manchester

AVOID at all costs. Working with this managing agency was the worst mistake I ever made. They do not care about their clients be it a landlord or tenant. They do not respect contractual agreements, they falsify legal documentation, keep your deposit once it has been released from the deposit holding scheme. They are a total sham.

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I've lived in ascend property for two years and if there is anyone thinking of doing the same i urge you to LOOK ELSEWHERE. ITS NOT WORTH THE HASSLE.

Firstly, we were straight out of university so it wasn't the best flat when we moved in but we did know that. There were huge mould patches on the bathroom ceilings that Ascend promised to remove before we moved in. They didn't. It took months of chasing them up to get them to do anything.

A few months into the tenancy, there was a leak in the building and the ceilings needed re-painting. Again this took ages of chasing Ascend to get them to come into the flat to fix the issue. The damp also affected the extractor fans making them not work in the bathrooms causing further mould problems. Eventually we were copped onto an email and when we followed the chain down, we released that the reason no one had come to sort it was because a contractor had signed the keys out and not signed them back in. Ascend didn't know who had our keys and didn't tell us or change the locks on the flat!!! Eventually they managed to get access to the flat and fix the problem. About a week later we arrived home after work to find the apartment smelling of fresh paint and a used paintbrush in the kitchen sink. there were white paint splatters on our possessions in the living room as well. When we asked Ascend why they had entered our property without our consent or knowledge they point blank denied it. EVEN THOUGH A CONTRACTOR LEFT THEIR PAINTBRUSH!!! To this day we have no idea who or why someone entered our flat.

Then the fridge packed in. It was just old and cheap. It took them 3 weeks to get a new one in. We were ringing them everyday as it was the middle of the summer and we could not store food in the flat for nearly a month. Ascend didn't even apologise for the wait.

Towards the end of the tenancy, the bathroom fitting started to fall apart. This was just due to being old and rusty. It was an unsafe bathroom to be in as there were large sheets of glass being held up by rusty screws and one of them did fall on me giving me minor cuts. Ascend are now trying to charge me for that saying it was my fault!!!!

Now we have left, they have given us a fabricated list of charges to take off our deposit (some of them now illegal due to the tenancy act 2019) equating to 75% of our total deposit!!

We have tried to be nothing but good tenants and in the two years we have been there Ascend have been nothing but difficult. It has got to the point that we just decided to move out. When looking for a new place we would come across nice looking properties on the internet but as soon as we saw that ascend banner on the advert, it went straight in the no pile. I urge anyone looking to rent from Ascend to do the same.

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