How Much Are Removal Company Costs in Coventry?
The average cost of moving house in Coventry is £937.19. This is the average cost of moving house on a Friday, the most popular Coventry moving day and surprisingly not the most expensive day.
Tuesday comes in as the most expensive day to move house at £1,110.36, so opt for a Wednesday move if you’re after a cheap weekday. The average cost to move house on a Wednesday is £770.03.
The cheapest day for house removals in Coventry is a Sunday, with the average house move costing £717.13. It’s also the least popular day for a house move, that’s why removal companies can offer a cheap rate. However, if you're searching for a cheaper move but can't do a Sunday, simply compare Coventry removal quotes with Compare My Move and you could save up to 70% on the cost of your removal.compare now
What Is The Best Time of Year to Move in Coventry?
August is the most popular time of year to move house in Coventry, with 13% of house removals taking place. The season of Summer is a clear winner with Coventry movers, with July and August coming a close second and third place, making the warmer months take up a total of 35% of moves.
September and October are also popular months for Coventry house removals, with these months being responsible for 18% of moves. Compare My Move’s Coventry removal partners accommodate house moves in every season.
Winter is the least favourite time of year for house removals in Coventry, with January, February, March and December seeing just 6% of moves. With short, dark days, there’s no surprise that the colder seasons aren’t popular amongst Compare My Move’s Coventry movers.
What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Coventry?
Friday is the most popular day to move house in Coventry, with 31% of house removals taking place. A weekend move is clearly the favourite with 16% of Coventry movers choosing a Saturday for their house removals and 14% choosing Thursday.
By choosing a weekend move, most people don’t have to worry about booking time off work with the weekend giving you a few days to settle into your new home.
Sunday is the least favourite day of the week to move house in Coventry, with just 6% of house moves taking place. With estate agents and conveyancers’ offices closed on Sundays, there’s no surprise many Coventry movers don’t choose this as their moving day.
What Are The Top 4 Locations for Coventry Movers?
Whether you’re staying put in Coventry or moving out of town, our Compare My Move removal partners accommodate both local and long-distance moves. For Coventry movers, the most popular location to move to is Rugby, with 5.9% of house removals relocating here.
Followed closely by London with 5.4%, other popular locations amongst our Coventry movers are Nuneaton, Birmingham and Bedworth. The average house price in Coventry is £190,220, making it one of the more affordable areas in the UK to buy a house.
Compare My Move’s expert removal partners are experienced in nationwide moves and are here to help. We’ve listed the average house price for each popular location for Coventry movers.
The most popular location for Coventry movers, Rugby’s average house price stands at £230,195. With 5.9% of Coventry house removals relocating to the market town of Rugby, we can see why. Making the top 20 of best places to live in the UK, Rugby has lots to offer.
Another popular location for Coventry house movers, London has an average house price of £475,458. This is over double the price of Coventry houses, but 5.4% of Coventry house removals are still drawn to the UK’s capital.
With property types ranging from apartments to large detached homes, there’s no surprise that 4.9% of Coventry house removals chose the Warwickshire town. The average house price in Nuneaton is £202,872.
The second biggest city in the UK, Birmingham has an affordable average house price of £190,901. With lower property prices than the UK average, Birmingham offers a wide variety of property types suitable for renters and buyers.
What Are The Average Property Prices in Coventry?
The average house price in Coventry is £192,843, which is more affordable than the UK’s average property price at £234,742. House prices in Coventry have increased by 2.8% in the last month, which is good news if you’re looking to sell your house.
Our Coventry removal companies have carried out hundreds of house removals in Coventry, so they're extremely experienced and knowledgeable in the removals industry. No job is to small or too big for them.
For those looking to buy a house in Coventry, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to. Over the last year, flats and maisonettes have only increased by 0.1% in price, whilst semi-detached properties saw a 4% increase. We've researched 4 areas of Coventry along with their average property price.
With good primary and secondary schools in the area, Radford is a great part of Coventry to live. Just 1 mile away from Coventry city centre, Radford offers affordable property, with the average house price in Radford standing at £182,518.
Another area of Coventry with a variety of housing types, Holbrooks has an average property price of £169,841. From new build homes, flats and terraced houses, Holbrooks offers property for all budgets and preferences.
With the Coventry Canal passing through the area, Longford is located in the north of Coventry. The average price of property in Longford currently stands at £161,535.
With plans for a £35m funding in infrastructure, Whitley is an affordable area of Coventry to live. The average house price stands at £158,633, which is cheaper than the overall average for Coventry.
What Is The Average Rent in Coventry?
If you're not ready to buy a house in Coventry, you might consider renting as an option. Coventry offers a range of renting opportunities with a variety of property types to choose from.
The average current rent in Coventry is £1,074 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £550pcm and 2-bedroom houses costing £805pcm. Compare My Move have done the research to help your property search and have listed 4 areas of Coventry that offer affordable rent, along with the average renting prices.
Whether you're looking to buy or rent in Coventry, Compare My Move can help you save time, money and stress on your house move. Our network of verified removal companies go above and beyond to ensure a stress-free move.
An affordable area of Coventry to rent, Binley has an average current asking rent of £877 pcm with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £437pcm 2-bedroom house £674pcm.
Boasting plenty of primary and secondary schools, Willenhall has an average current asking rent of £844 pcm. A 1-bedroom flat would cost an average of £373 pcm whilst 2-bedroom houses are £713 pcm.
Filled with a rich history and plenty of green spaces, Earlsdon’s average rent price is £949 pcm, whilst 1-bedroom flats average at £501 pcm and 2-bedroom houses will cost £706 pcm.
With options to buy and rent, Green Lane has an overall average rent of £1,045 pcm. Other renting options are available, with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £476 pcm and 2-bedroom houses costing £866 pcm.