How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Gloucester?
The average cost of moving house in Gloucester is £705. Our data shows that the highest you could pay for your Gloucester move is £886 and the lowest you could pay averaging at £524.
The average cost of a 3-bedroom house move in Gloucester is £746. It should be noted that Friday is the most popular day for moves and Sunday is the least favourite day for a Gloucester house move. To help you save more during your move, don't forget to compare removal quotes with Compare My Move.
What Is The Best Time of Year To Move in Gloucester?
August is the most popular month to move house in Gloucester, with 12.8% of moves taking place then. The summer months are often popular with movers as the brighter days and warmer weather makes for the perfect moving conditions.
The least popular month to move house in this area is January, with only 4.2% of removals going ahead during this time. Winter is often an unpopular time to move house as the darker days and poor weather conditions often result in an awkward and uncomfortable house move.
January also means recovering from the hectic Christmas and New Years holidays where people are often relaxing before returning to the usual working schedule - few people want to add to the chaos by packing up an entire household.
What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Gloucester?
We found that our users in Gloucester prefer to move house on a Friday, with 36% of removals taking place on this day. With it being the start of the weekend, it's easy to see why this is the favourite day to move.
There's no surprise that the weekend is often a popular time to move house with an abundance of spare time to help you settle down and start making your new house a home. Most people appreciate the weekend off work without having to use valuable holiday days.
Only 5.1% of movers prefer to move on a Sunday, making it Gloucester’s least favourite day to move house. This is understandable when many estate agents and conveyancers’ offices are closed for the day, potentially delaying the moving process.
What Are The Top 4 Locations for Gloucester Movers?
Whether you're moving in or out of Gloucester, we can help make your move stress-free. Our removal partners can accommodate both local and long-distance house removals, catering to a variety of personal requirements.
Most Gloucester movers will remain in the town, but excluding Gloucester, the current favourite destination for Gloucester movers is Cheltenham, with 5.8% of house removals moving there.
Other popular destinations for our Gloucester movers include Tewkesbury, Bristol and Stroud. To help with your research, we’ve discovered and compared the average property price for each area - the current average property price for Gloucester is £243,885.
Hosting a variety of festivals to keep locals entertained, Cheltenham is the most popular destination for Gloucester movers, with an average property price of £367,322. There is a range of family-friendly districts to choose from, ensuring you have plenty of places to add to your house-hunting list.
A market town in Gloucestershire, Tewkesbury has an average property price of £244,865. The town boasts a number of beautiful medieval and Tudor buildings, providing movers with a range of property types to choose from. Over the last year, the majority of sales in Tewkesbury were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £233,033.
Close to the cities of Bath and Gloucester as well as the South Wales border, Bristol is a commuter’s haven with incredible transportation links. The average property price is currently £347,161. Bristol is a popular destination which explains the 10% increase in property prices in the last year.
Stroud hosts a weekly farmer’s market that has previously won Farmers' Market of the Year in both 2007 and 2013. The average property price is £311,035 and the area has great transportation links, connecting it to surrounding areas like Gloucester, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Gloucester?
The average property price in Gloucester is £243,885, which is a 6% increase on 2019 and 10% up on prices in 2018. In the last year, the majority of sales were semi-detached properties, selling for an average of £238,639. Meanwhile detached properties sold for an average of £354,718, with terraced properties selling for an average of £184,614.
To help with your house hunt, below we have listed some of the most affordable locations to live in Gloucester and the surrounding areas. We've included a bit of information to get yourself familiar with potential locations and included the average property price.
The cheapest area of our list is Back of Avon, with the average property selling for £151,250. Worrall Hill is the most expensive of the four, with the average house price currently £226,250.
With an average property price much lower than Gloucester’s, Tredworth offers affordable housing with an average sold price of £213,633. The area is home to a number of different diverse communities, with over 50 languages spoken here.
- Back of Avon
Situated within the Tewkesbury area, Back of Avon currently has a very affordable average property price of £151,250. There are an array of flats and modern apartments as well as student neighbourhoods for those looking to move for education.
- Worrall Hill
Just over a 30-minute drive to Gloucester centre, Worrall Hill currently has an average sold price of £226,250. The area is filled with predominantly detached housing, making it the perfect place for growing families. Detached properties sold for an average of £258,333.
A suburb in the City of Gloucester, Matson is next on the list offering a range of housing types with an average selling price of £169,318. Within the thriving community is a cluster of flats, apartments and larger houses. Sold prices in this area were 2% down on 2019 and 6% down on 2018.
What Is The Average Rent In Gloucester?
You may not be ready to buy a house in Gloucester, but the area offers a number of affordable renting opportunities. Whether you're buying or renting, Compare My Move partners can help make your house move stress-free.
To help you with your move in or out of Gloucester, we have reviewed four locations and their current average rent prices. Hardwick is the cheapest of the four, with an average asking rent of £556 - considerably lower than the current average asking rent in Gloucester of £792 pcm. Four miles out of Gloucester, Brockworth is the most expensive area on our list, with an average rent of £897.
Only 4 miles south of the city, Hardwicke currently has an average asking rent of £566 pcm. For those looking for smaller accommodation, 1-bedroom flats average at £451 pcm, whilst larger 2-bedroom houses average at £711 pcm.
From traditional terraced houses to spacious semi-detached homes, Tuffley currently has an affordable average asking rent of £571 pcm. 1-bedroom flats currently average at £403 pcm, whilst those looking for something bigger can expect to pay an average of £630 pcm for 2-bedroom houses.
- Bishops Cleeve
A village in the Borough of Tewkesbury, Bishops Cleeve’s current average asking rent is £893 pcm. There are over 50 shops in the village and 1-bedroom flats have an average asking rent of only £724pcm. However, 2-bedroom houses currently average at £776 pcm.
Brockworth is next on the list with an average asking rent £897 pcm. Only 4 miles from the centre of Gloucester, 1-bedroom flats currently have an average rent of £494 pcm, whilst 2-bedroom houses average at £750 pcm.