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Located in Greater Manchester, Bury is a large market town on the River Irwell to the east of Bolton and northwest of the city of Manchester. The town boasts great transport links and is a popular commuter area.

Whether you are moving within Bury, to a nearby town or across the country, our removal partners are on hand to move you. Regardless of the size of your home, the number of belongings you have or where you are going, we’re here to help.

We can match you with up to 6 of the most professional local removal companies and help you to save up to 70% on the cost along the way.

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    FAQs About Moving to Bury

    We reviewed the moving process in Bury, bringing you everything you need to know. The average property price in the area is £217,621, with rent costing on average £1,003 a month. 

    Friday is the most popular day for moving house and June is the favourite time of year. We calculated that the average cost of moving is £730 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg. property price £217,621
    Avg. rental cost £1,003
    Avg. removal cost £730
    Best time to move June

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Bury?

    We found that the average cost of hiring a removal company for a residential move in Bury is £730, based on the average 3-bedroom house in the area. Keep in mind that this is an average and the cost of your home move will depend on a few factors.

    Removal companies will base their costs on the size of your property, the number of belongings being moved and the distance between your new and old home. Costs will also depend on whether or not you use additional services, such as professional packing or storage options.

    Sometimes even the day of the week you move can influence the price of your home move. A less popular day, which in Bury is a Sunday, could be cheaper, with a more popular day such as a Friday potentially costing more.

    The most you can expect to pay for a removal company in the Bury area is £810, with the lowest being £479.

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    Average Removal Costs in Bury 2020/2021
    Average Removal Costs in Bury 2020/2021

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

    We found that June was the most popular time to move among our users in Bury, accounting for 12% of all moves throughout the year. The least popular time to move was during the winter, with 5% of moves being arranged for January.

    It is likely that January is a less popular month as it follows the festive season which is a notoriously busy and expensive time of year. Many people will not want to arrange a house move at a time where funds may be low and the previous few weeks have been full of events.

    Furthermore, the days are shorter, darker and colder - not ideal conditions for moving house and getting to know a new area.

    June, however, not only provides better weather and more light for a house move, but it also falls at the start of the school holidays, making it an ideal time to move for those working in education or with children in school.

    Popular Months To Move in Bury 2020/2021
    Popular Months To Move in Bury 2020/2021

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

    Our data found that in Bury, like much of the UK, Friday is by far the most popular day to move house. Over 35% of moves were arranged for the last day of the working week among our Bury users, compared to just 5% that arranged a move for a Sunday.

    Moving on a Friday means that you will have the whole weekend to unpack at a pace that suits you and settle into your new home. It also allows time to get any shopping or DIY supplies if needed and contact your solicitor or the estate agent should you need to.

    With Sunday being at the end of the weekend, this could mean rushing to unpack before work the following morning.

    Furthermore, many estate agents and solicitors may be closed on a Sunday meaning if there is an issue when you move into your new home, you will need to wait to contact someone.

    Popular Moving Days in Bury 2020/2021
    Popular Moving Days in Bury 2020/2021

    What Are The Top Locations for Bury Movers?

    For those looking to move out of Bury, we’ve found the most popular locations for residents of the town to move to, according to our unique user data.

    We’ve looked at the top four locations and their average house prices, allowing you to budget accordingly if you are looking to move to one of these areas.

    Manchester is by far the most popular location to move to from Bury among our users. It is also the most expensive area of the four. The cheapest area on our list is Rochdale, with an average property price of £189,278.

    Top 4 Locations for Bury Movers 2020/2021
    Top 4 Locations for Bury Movers 2020/2021
    • Manchester

      Manchester is the most expensive area on our list, with an average property price of £247,128. Semi-detached properties made up the majority of the sales completed in the last year, selling for an average of £269,138.

    • Bolton

      The biggest town in the UK, with more than 260,000 inhabitants, Bolton has an average house price of £195,653, an increase of 13% on the previous year. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales over the last year.

    • Rossendale

      Located to the north of Bury, Rossendale has an overall average price of £199,740, up 18% on the previous year. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales, selling for an average of £135,388.

    • Rochdale

      Rochdale is the cheapest location on our list, despite a 13% increase in property prices over the last year. The area has an average price of £189,278, with terraced homes making up the majority of sales.