How Much Are House Removal Costs In Crawley?
The average cost of a removal company in Crawley is £1,400, according to our data. Some Crawley movers saw their costs as low as £1,200, while others said the highest they paid for their move was £1,600.
If you’re adding packing services or furniture dismantling services then your cost will go up. The total cost of your move will depend on how far you’re travelling, the services you require, the removal companies rates and the day and time of year you choose.
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Crawley?
Our data shows that the best time of year to book a removal company in Crawley is January, with 12.05% of all moves happening in the new year. With many people viewing the new year as a fresh start, we can see why moving house in Crawley is popular in January.
Typically, the summer months are popular times for a house move among Compare My Move users, so some removal companies in Crawley could offer lower prices for this time of year to build-up work.
November is the least favourite month for a move in Crawley, with just 3.94% booking their removals then. Followed by December, just 5.48% opted for a Christmas move. With many people avoiding a winter move due to the cold and ice, we can see why it’s an unpopular time.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Crawley?
The best day for a move in Crawley is Tuesday, with 18.84% of all moves happening. On average, the UK’s favourite time for a move is a Friday or Saturday, so some Crawley removal companies might run special mid-week deals to build up work on days that are in low demand, which would explain why Tuesday is the best day.
Saturday is the least popular day for a move, with just 8.65% of people booking a removal company for the weekend. Friday is the second least favourite, with just 9.09% of removals being booked. With estate agent and conveyancer’s offices being closed on Sunday, it looks like people avoid moving on a Saturday in case any problems occur.
If you’re looking for a weekday move in Crawley, remember to book your removal company in advance to avoid disappointment. To save money on your removal costs, compare different days of the week and different months to find the best deal.
Most Popular Locations for Crawley Movers?
The most popular location outside of Crawley for a move is Horsham, with almost 10% of all moves going there. Other popular locations include Haywards Heath at 8.67%, Redhill with 4.72% and Horley saw 4.21% of moves.
With Horsham boasting some ‘excellent’ Ofsted rated schools, we can see why it’s so popular. House prices are more expensive than in Crawley as well as the UK’s average, but what the market town has to offer is clearly worth it.
Below we’ll explore each location in more details, including the average house price and some details about the area to help with your house hunt.
With an average house price of £428,849, Horsham saw 9.69% of all Crawley movers. The market town offers plenty of green spaces and a good range of schools, making the town ideal for young families.
- Haywards Heath
An ideal commuter town for those working in London or Brighton, Haywards Heath’s average property prices are around £442,436. With 8.67% of all moves going here, we can see why!
Named one of the best commuter towns, Redhill has an average property price of £414,531. Full of green spaces and excellent transport links, it’s not a surprise that almost 5% of moves went here.
Boasting a bustling town with a busy high street, Horley has an average house price of £398,806. Horley also offers a good variety of primary and secondary schools.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Crawley?
In 2021, the average house price in Crawley is £337,641. The most popular property type in Crawley in 2020 was terraced properties, which sold for an average price of £299,788.
Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £349,130, while detached properties sold for a bit more at £516,510. The start of the year saw a monthly dip of -1.6% in house prices, but in March 2021 prices increased yearly by 0.5%.
We’ve researched some areas of Crawley to direct your search and listed their average property prices too. Bewbush has an average house price of £272,455, which is more affordable than Crawley’s average.
Bewbush offers more affordable property prices than Crawley’s average, with the average house selling for £272,455. The majority of property types in Bewbush are terraced properties or flats.
- Gossops Green
Voted one of the safest areas to live in Crawley, Gossops Green has an average house price of £308,135. Offering a primary and secondary school, Gossops Green has a family-friendly community feel.
Boasting Georgian properties and period cottages, Southgate has an average house price of £319,242.
- Forge Wood
Forge Wood is the newest neighbourhood in Crawley, once completed it’ll have 2,000 new homes. The average house price is £380,010 and will be a new build.
What is the Average Rent in Crawley?
Renting might be the best option for your move to Crawley. In 2021, the average rent in Crawley is £937 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £728 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,067 pcm.
One of the areas we will look at is Broadfield, which offers more affordable rent than Crawley’s average. The average rent in Broadfield is £880. We’ll also look at Three Bridges, Worth and Maidenbower to help with your house hunt.
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The average rent in Broadfield is £880 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £901 pcm and two-bedroom houses costing £1,148 pcm.
- Three Bridges
Three Bridges has an average rent of £1,010 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing around £804 pcm and expect two-bedroom houses to cost on average £1,051 pcm.
If you’re looking to rent in Worth, the average rent is £1,088 pcm, with one-bedrooms costing £550 pcm and two-bedroom houses will cost on average £1,173 pcm.
The overall average rent in Maidenbower is £1,127 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £901 pcm and you can expect to pay £1,050 pcm for a two-bedroom house.