How Much Are House Removal Costs In Aylesbury?
We’ve gathered our data to reveal the average moving costs in Aylesbury. The cost of a removal company for a 3-bedroom move in Aylesbury is £1,538, with our previous movers reporting the highest they paid was £2,228 and the lowest paid was £849.
Your removal cost will vary and the total will depend on the distance travelled, services required such as packing or storage and sometimes the time of year. To ensure you get the best price for your removal costs, you should compare removal company quotes with Compare My Move.
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Aylesbury?
Our data shows that the best time of year to move house in Aylesbury is June, with 12.05% of movers opting for a summer month. A further 10.41% of movers chose to book their removal company in August. This is a common trend across the UK, with people preferring a warmer and lighter month for their house move.
September was the worst month for a house move in Aylesbury, with as little as 6.44% of movers booking their removals. September is the start of term time in many UK schools, so many families would want to avoid disruption to their children’s studies by moving house. Similarly, January is another quiet month for house moves in Aylesbury, with just 6.58% of removal companies booked. Again, January is the new year and back to school for many, so it’s wise to minimise disruption.
Ultimately, many people don’t have much of a choice of month when they move. If you’re truly flexible, compare removal quotes for a variety of months to learn the cheapest month to move house in Aylesbury.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Aylesbury?
Friday is by far the best day to move house in Aylesbury, with a huge 32.47% of removals being booked. Monday is also another favourite day to move house in the area, with a further 15.89% of moves taking place. People prefer a Friday move as the weekend gives people who work 9-5 extra days off to move house, whilst Monday is typically popular as the beginning of the week gives plenty of time to resolve any issues.
There’s no surprise that Sunday is the least popular day for a house move, with just 3.84% of moves being booked. Most estate agents and solicitors would have closed their offices on a Sunday, making it difficult if the moving day runs into any issues.
You should always compare removal costs for different days of the week as some days may be cheaper for a removal company than others. Compare My Move offer a free comparison service and can connect you with up to 6 Aylesbury removal companies to help you save up to 70% on your moving costs.
Most Popular Locations for Aylesbury Movers?
The most popular location for a house move from Aylesbury is Buckingham, with 7.41% of moves relocating here. the average house price in Buckingham is £483,723, which is significantly higher than in Aylesbury at £309,226
During the last year, the sale of semi-detached properties proved to be the most popular for Aylesbury buyers, averaging at £323,025. Other populations included Milton Keynes, Bicester and London, which all have higher property prices than Aylesbury at £331,161, £334,788 and £778,402, respectively.
We’ve researched the top 4 areas to move to from Aylesbury and compared their property prices to help your house hunt.
With 7.41% of all moves going here, Buckingham is the most popular destination for Aylesbury movers. £483,723, Last year most property sales in Buckinghamshire involved detached properties which sold for on average £710,187.
- Milton Keynes
Properties in Milton Keynes had an overall average price of £331,161 over the last year. The majority of sales in Milton Keynes last year were of detached properties, selling for an average price of £473,284
Another popular location for Aylesbury movers, Bicester has an average house price of £334,788 in 2021. The majority of sales in Bicester during the last year were detached properties, which had an average price of £426,969.
London is always a popular location for UK movers and there's no change with Aylesbury movers. With an average house price of £778,402, flats are the most popular for property sales in the capital, selling for an average of £602,518 in the last year.