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Home to one of the oldest racecourses in the world, Doncaster is situated just a short commute away from Sheffield and Leeds. Nearby areas of Edlington, Bawtry and Tickhill have something to offer for everyone.

Whether you’re moving down the road or moving out of the Doncaster area completely, our removal companies will be able to tailor your move to suit your needs and requirements.

We only allow professionals to come on board with us and make sure all partners have Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurance, ensuring your personal belongings are fully protected throughout the move.

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    FAQs About Moving to Doncaster

    We looked into the moving process in Doncaster to bring you everything you need to know. The average property price is £172,911 and the average rental cost is £523 pcm.

    Friday is the most popular day for moving house and May is the most popular month. We calculated that the average cost of moving is £937 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg. property cost £172,911
    Avg. rental cost £523 pcm
    Avg. removal cost £937
    Best time to move May

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Doncaster?

    The average cost of moving in Doncaster is £937, according to our user data. This is based on a 3-bedroom house move. Be aware that this is an average and your removal cost will depend on a number of factors.

    In Doncaster, the most you can expect to pay for a removal company is £1,110, with the lowest being £717. Removal firms will commonly base costs on the size of your home, the number of items being moved, the distance between the old property and your new house.

    The price of your home move will also depend on whether or not you use additional services, such as professional packing, cleaning or storage. The day of the week you move can also impact the cost of your removal service. Less popular days such as Sunday could be cheaper, with popular days like Friday being potentially more expensive.

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    Average Removal Costs in the UK 2020/2021
    Average Removal Costs in the UK 2020/2021

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

    We found that the most popular time of year to move house in Doncaster is during May. With summer beginning, school holidays on the horizon and days lighter and brighter, it’s no surprise that so many Doncaster residents opt to move during this month.

    The least popular months to move house are September, October and December, each accounting for less than 4% of moves. September marks the end of the school holidays, making it an inconvenient time to move for those with children in school and anyone working in education.

    December is likely unpopular due to colder weather and shorter and darker days, in addition to the fact that the end of the year tends to be a busy and expensive time in the run-up to the holidays.

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

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

    In line with much of the country, movers in Doncaster opt for Friday as their moving day, according to our data. Just shy of 30% of movers took place on the last day of the working week in the area.

    Unlike the rest of Britain, Wednesday was the least popular day to move house. Across the country, the least popular day, for the most part, is a Sunday. However, in Doncaster, this falls second to last.

    Less than 7% of moves took place on a Wednesday in the area, with Sunday moves accounting for a little under 8%. As Wednesday is in the middle of the working week, it’s easy to see why this may be an unpopular time to move.

    However, unlike on a Sunday where estate agents and solicitors will likely be closed, moving on a Wednesday would mean you could contact someone on the day if there was an issue with the home when you move in.

    Popular Moving Days in Doncaster 2020/2021
    Popular Moving Days in Doncaster 2020/2021

    What Are The Top Locations for Doncaster Movers?

    For those looking for a new location outside of Doncaster, we've listed the most popular locations for residents of Doncaster to move to, according to our user data. Some are nearby, some are a little further away and we’ve included a combination of cities and towns.

    Below we’ve reviewed the top four locations among our users and their average house prices, allowing you to budget accordingly. These areas include Scunthorpe, Worksop, Retford and Rotherham.

    Worksop is the most popular location for Doncaster residents to move to, with Retford being the most expensive area on our list. Property prices here sold for an average price of £196,625 in the last year. The cheapest are on our list is Scunthorpe, which has properties selling for £138,989 on average

    Top 4 Locations for Doncaster Movers 2020/2021
    Top 4 Locations for Doncaster Movers 2020/2021
    • Worksop

      A market town in Nottinghamshire, Worksop has an average price of £185,935. The majority of sales in the area during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £150,783.

    • Scunthorpe

      An industrial town in North Lincolnshire, Scunthorpe is the cheapest area on our list with an overall average price of £138,989 over the last year. The majority of sales in the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £129,117.

    • Rotherham

      Rotherham is a large minister town in South Yorkshire with an overall average price of £179,414 over the last year. Semi-detached properties proved to be the most popular type, selling for an average price of £158,148.

    • Retford

      The market town of Retford is the most expensive area on our list, with an average price of £196,625 over the last year. Sold prices in this area were 2% up on 2019 prices and 16% up on the 2018 peak of £170,150.