How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Bristol?
According to our most recent data, the overall average cost of moving house in Bristol is £893. As this price will vary, it is recommended that you get an accurate quote by comparing removal quotes with Compare My Move. Removal costs will vary depending on a variety of factors, including your location, the size of the property and also the distance required to travel. Our research discovered that the cost of moving house in this area could start as low as £680 or reach prices as high as £1,106.
If you're searching for a modest-sized property, the city's average cost for moving a 3-bedroom house is currently £847. This is much lower than the UK average of £1,181 for the same sized property. This data shows that Bristol not only offers affordable housing but also affordable removal costs with the average for a 3-bedroom house coming in at over £300 less than the UK average.compare now
What Is The Best Time of Year To Move in Bristol?
The most popular month to move house amongst our movers in Bristol is August, with 13% of moves happening this summer month. Unsurprisingly, the warmer months of July and September are the next favourite months to move house at 10.7% and 9.9% respectively.
The least popular month to move house in Bristol is January, with just 5.9% of house removals taking place. Low demand for house moves in January might mean that removal companies are offering cheaper moving quotes.
February is also among the least favourite moving months for our Bristol home movers, with colder weather and shorter days, it could potentially make moving more of a struggle. Whatever time of year you decide to move, Compare My Move's network of removal partners are on hand to help.
What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Bristol?
Our data found that in Bristol, our customers prefer to move house on a Friday, with 30% of moves taking place on this day. It’s not a surprise that most people prefer to have the weekend off work to settle into their new home.
Only 5% of Bristol movers choose to move house on a Sunday, making it their least favourite day. Understandably Saturday is the second most popular day to move house in Bristol whilst Tuesday isn't a favourite amongst movers, with just 9% on moves taking place.
Regardless of the day you move, Compare My Move can help you to save up to 70% on your house move. We connect you with verified and trusted removal companies who work hard to ensure a smooth house move.
What Are The Top 4 Locations for Bristol Movers?
Moving out of Bristol? Our partners accommodate both local and further distance house removals. The most popular location for Bristolians to relocate to is London, with 2.5% of house removals moving there.
Other popular locations for our Bristol house removals include Newport, Cardiff and Weston Super Mare. We've done the hard work for you and researched 4 of the most popular areas that Bristol movers like.
We've included important information about each area along with the average price of a property to help with your house hunt.
Excluding Bristol, the majority of Compare My Move users in Bristol choose to relocate to London. With an average price of £496,269 for London property, it’s considerably more than the price of a property in Bristol at £316,177.
An ideal commuter town for those working in Bristol, we can see why many of our movers relocated to Newport. A close second, Newport attracts 1.6% of Bristol movers and with the average house price at £211,332, we can see why.
Offering more affordable property than Bristol, Cardiff has an average house price of £225,925. With great transport links and job opportunities, we can see why many of our movers are living here.
Just a short drive away from Bristol, Weston-super-Mare is another popular location for our Bristol house removals with an affordable average property price of £250,028. The area offers an easy commute and has the best of both worlds with the seafront as well as a high-street.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Bristol?
The average price for property in Bristol is £316,177, which is more expensive than the average for the UK at £249,000 as of January 2021. This is £17,000 higher than the average UK house price in January 2020.
Compare My Move work with verified and trusted removal companies who have carried out hundreds of moves to and from Bristol. Let us save you time, money and stress on your Bristol move.
Learn more about the average property prices in Bristol where we list 4 areas to help with your property hunt. We've included some important information about each area and featured the average property price.
Voted the best value area for commuting to Bristol, Avonmouth has an average property price of £292,500. Avonmouth boasts a wealth of 1950s property as well as a good mixture of modern homes.
With a wide variety of property available, Henbury is another affordable area to live in Bristol. The average price of a property in Henbury is £243,646, which is lower than the average UK house price.
With a mixture of period and modern properties, Kingswood is another area of Bristol that offers reasonably affordable property, with the average house costing £272,166.
Offering plenty of green space and schools, Stockwood has an average property price of £282,272. Stockwood boasts a variety of housing types to suit everyone’s budget.
What Is The Average Rent In Bristol?
You might not be ready to buy a house in Bristol just yet, so we've got you covered. There's plenty of opportunities to rent in Bristol, and our partners have helped hundreds of movers settle into their new apartment.
If you're renting in Bristol, we've worked out the average rent in the city along with some of the cheapest areas to rent. The current average asking rent in the city is £1,160 pcm.
Whether you're renting or buying in Bristol, Compare My Move's network of verified partners will help you at every step of the way. We've done the hard work and researched 4 areas of Bristol that offer affordable renting options.
The perfect village for those commuting to Bristol, Yatton has an asking average rent of £726 pcm with a 1-bedroom flat costing £702 pcm and a 2-bedroom house priced at £750 pcm.
Boasting many job opportunities and home to the University of the West of England, Filton has an average asking rent of £932 pcm. To rent a 1-bedroom flat will cost £494 pcm whilst a 2-bedroom house is on average £849 pcm.
Offering a wide variety of property types, Downend has an average asking rent of £1,088 pcm, with a 1-bedroom flat costing £757 pcm and a 2-bedroom house averaging at £1,099 pcm.
- Emersons Green
With good transport links to both Bristol and Bath, Emersons Green has an average rent of £1,290 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing £826 pcm and 2-bedroom houses priced at £973 pcm.