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Moving House in Brighton? Then It’s Time to Save Up To 70% On The Cost of Your Removal

In search of a dependable and experienced removal company in Brighton? Compare My Move is the answer you need - we’ve helped thousands of movers reach their new homes all across the nation. We only work with verified and trustworthy moving companies so that every user finds the most reliable removal quotes from the best companies in the business.  

Our dedicated team hand-picks our partners, ensuring they have both Goods in Transit insurance and Public Liability insurance so that you know your belongings are fully protected throughout the entire process. Each removals company must go through our strict verification process to ensure they can reach our high expectations and provide a first-class service to every client.

Don’t waste time scouring the internet - Compare My Move can connect you with up to 6 trusted Brighton moving companies, helping you save money when it matters most. Simply fill out our easy form and you can save up to 70% on the cost of your next house move. It all starts with just one simple click!

How Are Our Brighton Removal Companies Regulated?

Don’t waste anymore time searching for reliable removal companies in Brighton - Compare My Move has everything you need in just one handy service. We verify all of our partners via a stringent verification process to ensure they can provide a professional removals service and meet our users’ high expectations. 

Compare My Move has over 30 years of experience in the removals and storage industry, meaning our team knows exactly what to look for when it comes to high-quality removal services. Every partner is hand picked by our dedicated team, ensuring we only work with the most trusted, experienced and qualified home movers. 

Receive the best removal quotes from the most trusted companies in Brighton. All you have to do is fill out our quick and simple form and you’ll be connected with up to 6 removal firms in your local area. Your chosen one will then contact you to perform a free house removal survey and discuss your quote in further detail. It all starts today when you use Compare My Move!

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    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Brighton?

    Compare My Move’s latest research has discovered that the overall average cost of moving house in Brighton is £879.35. For a modest-sized 3-bedroom home in Brighton, the average cost is £1,110.50.

    Prices will vary depending on the distance of the move, which day of the week you book your removals company and the size of your home. The average highest overall price for the area is currently £1, 080.90, with the average lowest house move cost sitting at £677.80.

    What Is The Best Time of Year To Move in Brighton?

    With 15.3% of removals occurring during this month, August is the favoured time of year to move house in Brighton. This is also the favoured month for the rest of the UK which is unsurprising due to the warmer weather and longer days. 

    Don’t get hot and bothered trying to move alone during the Summer months - Compare My Move’s partners have helped thousands of movers reach their new homes, ensuring the process is as stress-free and organised as possible. If you, like many throughout Brighton, are moving during this time, then don’t forget to fill out our easy-to-use form to connect with the best moving companies in the business. 

    Again siding with the majority of the UK, the least popular time of year to move in Brighton is Winter. February is especially unpopular with only 4.6% of removals happening then. If you can brave the cold and darker days, you may want to consider moving during this time to beat the masses and book your removal early. 

    Popular Months To Move in Brighton

    What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Brighton?

    Many Brighton movers prefer to book their removals during the weekend, with Friday being the most popular. As it’s the gateway to the weekend, it’s easy to see why this day is perfect for moving house. With less traffic, more free time and the rest of the weekend to unpack, Friday is also the most popular day throughout the UK. 

    Sunday, however, is the least popular day to move with only 6.6% of Brighton moves happening then. Despite it being a part of the weekend, Sunday means preparing for the upcoming week, with no spare days afterwards to allow you to unpack. However, it’s also the cheapest day to move house so it could be worth considering if you’re prepared to complete the process at the start of the week.

    Best Day To Move In Brighton

    What Are The Top 5 Locations for Brighton Movers

    Thinking of moving outside of Brighton? You’re in luck! - Compare My Move has helped thousands of users travel out of the area, making sure they safely reach their new homes. One of the most popular locations outside of Brighton for movers is Hove. Brighton and Hove were once separate towns until they became the city of Brighton and Hove in 2001. Currently, the average property price in this city is £364,183.

    Other common and popular areas to move to are London, Worthing, Shoreham-By-Sea and Peacehaven. No matter where you’re traveling to, Compare My Move’s removal partners have the experience and training to help you get there as smoothly and efficiently as possible so that you can settle into your new home sooner.

    Top Locations for Brighton Movers

    1. Hove 

    Now a unitary authority, the city of Hove and Brighton has a combined average property price of £364,183. Hove has the highest percentage of movers travelling here from Brighton and is a very popular seaside resort in the UK. Despite the more affordable price of the combined city, some areas of Hove can reach prices up to £500,000 so it’s important to compare areas until you find something suited to your budget. 

    2. London 

    London is a very popular destination with UK movers despite the rather high average property price of £473,171. This city boasts high employment opportunities, an increase in salary and a particularly diverse lifestyle. If you can afford the higher prices then it’s definitely a great contender to add to your house hunting list. 

    3. Worthing 

    Only 10 miles west of Brighton, Worthing is another popular location for movers, with an average property price of £279,216. It’s a large and beautiful seaside town with unusual, vintage architecture and a variety of art-based entertainment to keep you occupied. From Worthing Pier to the Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, there’s plenty to do here for all interests. 

    4. Shoreham-By-Sea 

    With an average property price of £421,997, Shoreham-By-Sea is next on the list and is situated close to Brighton City Airport for added convenience. Shoreham Beach is also just south of the town with stunning views and a peaceful atmosphere. 

    5. Peacehaven 

    Above the chalk cliffs of the South Downs lies the town of Peacehaven. The average property price is currently £326,186 with many home movers choosing the area as their new place to call home. From quaint terraced houses to spacious detached homes, there’s a lot to explore when searching the area. 

    What Are The Average Property Prices In Brighton?

    With a rather large decrease of -1.7% in March 2019, house prices in Brighton and Hove have slowly been recovering over the last few months. In June alone, the average property price increased by 0.9%, increasing it to £364,183 overall and £464,061 for Brighton alone. Whenever you’re ready to take advantage of the temporary lull in property prices, don’t forget to compare removal quotes with Compare My Move to save up to 70% on the cost of your move. 

    New-build houses have seen the biggest hit, falling by -0.3% in May 2019. For those looking for smaller properties in the area like flats or maisonettes, you may see a more obvious increase in prices as they rose by 1% in June 2019, whilst terraced houses increased by 0.8%. 

    Average Property Prices in Brighton

    Here are the top 5 areas that offer affordable housing:

    1. Portslade

    A western suburb of Brighton and Hove, Portslade is the cheapest area we’ve found with an average property price of £323,541. With an array of beautiful seaside homes and Edwardian buildings, there’s plenty to choose from. There’s also a number of good schools and a friendly community making it the perfect place for young families. 

    2. Saltdean 

    A perfect blend of city life and the quiet atmosphere of the Downs, Saltdean is next on the list with an average property price of £378,137. If you’re looking for quaint, picturesque homes, Saltdean boasts a variety of cute cottages and bungalows, as well as more spacious properties like detached and semi-detached homes perfect for growing families.  

    3. Moulsecoomb 

    Containing one of the three major sites of the University of Brighton, Moulsecoomb is perfect for potential students and those looking to live in a more lively area. The average property price is currently £434,080 with terraced houses, modern flats and more to choose from. 

    4. Patcham 

    Patcham has great transport links making it perfect for commuters, as well as having an average property price of £447,652, adding it to the list. From family-friendly detached homes to smaller, more contemporary apartments, this area is the perfect home for all personality types. 

    5. Woodingdean 

    Despite the village dating back to the 19th century, Woodingdean is mainly filled with properties from the 1950s-1960s. The average property price for this area is £459,304, making it the most expensive on the list but still below Brighton’s overall average.

    What Is The Average Rent In Brighton?

    If you’d prefer to rent in Brighton, don’t panic, we’ve covered that too - to help you compare and set your budget, the current average asking rent is £1,640 pcm. Compare My Move has even put together a list of some of the cheapest areas to rent, helping you save more in the long run. 

    Average Rent (pcm) in Brighton

    1. Shoreham-By-Sea 

    First on our list is the rather affordable area of Shoreham-By-Sea with an average asking rent of £1,246 pcm. For those looking for a single flat or smaller homes, you can expect an average rent of around £752 pcm, whilst large 2-bedroom houses will be higher at £1,101 pcm.

    2. Portslade

    As well as being an inexpensive area for overall property prices, Portslade is also a good choice for those looking to rent as the average asking rent is currently £1,011 pcm. If you’re a young professional, student or just looking for a smaller home, 1-bedroom flats are at an average of £901 pcm. However, 2-bedroom houses are at an average of £1,222 pcm.

    3. Aldrington

    Despite being situated in the Hove section of the Brighton and Hove unitary authority, Aldrington is still a rather affordable area to consider, with an average asking rent of £1,441 pcm. If you’re looking for a 1-bedroom flat you can expect an average of £1,003 pcm whilst 2-bedroom houses are at an average of £1,490 pcm.

    4. Kemptown

    Another possible area to research is Kemptown with an average asking rent of £1,412 pcm. Here, 1-bedroom flats average at around £1,090 pcm, whilst larger properties like 2-bedroom houses average at £1,482 pcm.

    5. Coldean

    The family-friendly suburb of Coldean is next, with an average asking rent of £1,594 pcm. The average asking rent for 1-bedroom flats is rather low compared to some of the other areas listed, currently at £880 pcm. However, the average asking rent for 2-bedroom houses is the highest on the list, at £1,741 pcm.

    Some Happy Brighton Home Movers

    Our passionate team at Compare My Move work hard to hand-pick the most experienced and professional home movers to help you through the journey. We only work with the most friendly and efficient companies, helping you settle in sooner. 

    However, if you’re still unsure, take a look at the glowing reviews from real Compare My Move users in the section below.

    "Everything was spot on from the day of the quote, throughout moving day itself, right through to the collection of the used boxes after we were all moved in . All staff were polite, professional, courteous and punctual .Highly recommend ."

    Ruth Stevens on 14/03/20

    Moving from Worthing

    "The removal went smoothly and the men couldn’t have been more helpful. A very competitive price too. I would recommend them definitely."

    Cathy Thomas on 13/03/20

    Moving from Brighton

    "What a friendly bunch of guys and so eager to help. I’d recommend them to anyone!"

    Eugene Steenkamp on 07/03/20

    Moving from Hove

    "Great customer service with experienced and professional staff. Everything was well planned and efficient. And they were lovely, helpful people too. Excellent overall!"

    Dianne Smith on 02/03/20

    Moving from Hove

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    Data related to house removals (eg. popular day to move) is based on our own internal research on Brighton home moves, that occurred in 2018 and 2019.

    Data on average house price and average rent in Brighton has been taken from Zoopla and The UK House Price Index.