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Moving House in Liverpool? Save Up To 70% On Your Removal Costs

Are you preparing for a house move in or around Liverpool? Then don’t move a muscle because Compare My Move is here to help - we’ve helped thousands of home movers travel across the country, connecting them with only the most experienced and trusted removal companies. 

For further peace of mind, all of our removal partners must have Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurances so that you know you’re receiving the best removal quotes from the most reliable companies. Every partner must go through Compare My Move’s strict verification process to ensure we only work with verified and trusted movers. 

Our expert team constantly work hard to connect you with up to 6 professional Liverpool removal companies, helping you save up to 70% off your removal costs along the way. Compare removal quotes and get ready to greet those vans because everything you need to get started is here at Compare My Move!

How Are Our Liverpool Removal Companies Regulated?

Looking for a reliable Liverpool removals firm? Then look no further as Compare My Move only works with the best - we verify all our partners using our strict verification process to ensure they meet our high expectations and delivers a first-class removals service for every client. We only work with the most professional and experienced movers, so you can rest assured that you and your belongings are in safe hands. 

With over 30 years of experience in the removals and storage industry, Compare My Move knows exactly what to look for when it comes to quality removals. Every partner must go through our verification process and are hand-picked by our dedicated team of experts. Simply read through real reviews by real home movers and you’ll see the high level of standards we set here at Compare My Move. 

All you have to do is fill out our quick and easy form to get connected with up to 6 verified Liverpool removal companies who will then get in touch to conduct a free home removals survey and talk you through the quote. It’s just that simple! 

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    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Liverpool?

    To help with your property hunting, we’ve calculated the average cost of moving house. For those who agree with the majority of Liverpool that Friday is the best day to move, you can expect to pay an average of £937.19. Luckily, this is not the most expensive day, with Tuesday being the most costly with an average price of £1,110.36 per move. 

    With only 4.76% of Liverpool moves occurring on a Sunday, it’s the least popular day to move house within this area. As this is the cheapest day to move, averaging at £717,13, many Liverpudlian movers are missing out on a massive saving of 21%. Consider saving yourself even more cash by hiring a trusted Compare My Move partner to aid you on a Sunday removal.

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

    To help you prepare for your move in Liverpool, we’ve calculated the most popular time of the year to move house within the area. With 13.25% of moves occurring in August, it’s the most popular month to move house. This is unsurprising as many prefer to relocate during the Summer months, with longer days and warmer weather to help make for a smoother move. 

    As August is the most popular month to move across the whole of the UK, there will always be a trusted Compare My Move partner to lend a hand and make your move as stress-free as possible. Take advantage of the school holidays and abundance of light and move during the most favoured month for UK house movers. 

    As expected, the dark and dreary Winter months of January and December are highly unpopular with Liverpudlian movers. However, the least popular month with only 5.99%, is April. Whether this is due to the start of exam season or the amount of Spring cleaning needed, you may actually find a more suitable removal quote and more time slots to choose from if you move during the UK’s most unpopular month. 

    Popular Months to Move House in Liverpool

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

    With 28.12% of Liverpool removals happening on this day, Friday is the most popular day to move house. Saturday is a close second with 17.5%, meaning that many Liverpudlians prefer the extra time the weekend brings to move their household items. With no conflicting schedules or work commitments, the weekend is the most popular time to move with Compare My Move users. 

    However, with the chaos of working life drawing near, Sunday is the least popular day to move in Liverpool. Only 4.76% of movers chose the cheapest day of the week to move house. If you feel brave enough to tackle the move before the week begins, then choose a Sunday for your moving date to help find a range of removal quotes that suit your budget.

    Popular Moving Days in Liverpool

    What Are The Top 5 Locations for Liverpool Movers?

    It’s only natural to eventually flee the nest and find somewhere else to call home. Compare My Move’s removal partners have helped hundreds of movers relocate from Liverpool, helping them find their dream homes wherever necessary. The most popular destination outside of Liverpool is London, with Bootle, Wirral, Southport and Ormskirk close behind. 

    Liverpool currently has an average property price of £133,117, making it an attractive area to live. However, sometimes you just want more or perhaps simply a change of scenery. Unsurprisingly, London has over 2.51% of moves happening here due to the wide variety of job opportunities and higher salaries. No matter what the reasoning, Compare My Move’s expert partners are here to help you through the process, ensuring you get to your new home with ease.

    Top 5 Locations for Liverpool Movers

    1. London 

    Due to the high potential for employment and the highest salaries in the UK, London is often a popular choice for movers to gravitate towards. However, it’s important to budget for every move so it should be noted that the average property price in England’s capital is currently £473,171, a drastic difference compared to Liverpool.

    2. Bootle 

    With a very affordable average property price of £97,488, Bootle is the cheapest area on our list. There are a range of Victorian terraced houses and larger family homes to choose from, making it a very diverse area for property types that can suit all personalities. 

    3. Wirral  

    Wirral boasts fairly reasonable house prices with an average property price of £158,243. From beautiful villages to seaside locations, there’s much to explore in this family-friendly area. There are also a high number of highly-respected schools and over 15 universities close by to choose from.  

    4. Southport 

    Another seaside location, Southport is another popular area for home movers, with an average property price of £245,060. There are a variety of excellent schools here, many of which have been branded as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. It’s well connected to both Liverpool and Manchester, making it a haven for those wishing to commute to nearby cities. 

    5. Ormskirk 

    One of the more expensive areas on the list, but still well worth the price, is Ormskirk which is quaint market town 13 miles North of Liverpool. The average property price is currently £358,828 with a range of extravagant cottages and spacious semi-detached houses for sale. 

    How Much Are Average Property Prices In Liverpool?

    With a 2.4% increase between May and June 2019, property prices in Liverpool are slowly starting to climb after a large dip earlier in the year. The current average property price is £133,117 making it a rather affordable area to buy in England. It’s time to take action and to take advantage of the temporary dip in prices - use Compare My Move today to get connected with the most reliable removal firms in the business.  

    House prices are currently on the rise so it’s best to take advantage while you can and find the right property to fit within your budget before they’re above your limit - new-builds saw a rather big decrease of -2.2% in May 2019 making them a good place to start your search. For those looking to rent, Liverpool had 6 postcodes in the top 25 buy-to-let areas of the UK 2018 making it a beneficial location with fairly attractive yields.

    Average Property Prices in Liverpool

    Compare My Move have listed a few of the cheapest areas to buy property in Liverpool to help you with your house hunting. We have a range of verified, reliable removal companies to help you through the process and to ensure your move is completed with ease so that you can focus on settling into your new house sooner. 

    Here are the top 5 areas that offer affordable housing.

    1. Anfield 

    One of the most affordable suburbs of Liverpool is Anfield, with a current average property price of £99,964. With the famous Anfield Stadium located here, it’s the perfect area for football fans. From large, Victorian terraced houses to modern bungalows, there’s plenty to choose from in this incredibly inexpensive suburb. 

    2. Speke 

    Only 7.7 miles from the city centre, Speke is second on the list with an average property price of £106,244. It’s a perfect area for growing families with sizeable Tudor houses and luxurious semi-detached homes. The Liverpool John Lennon Airport is situated close by, perfect for those wishing to take advantage of the school holidays. 

    3. Kirkdale 

    If you’re looking for properties in Kirkdale, you can expect to pay an average of £106,507 per property. It’s an area that contains a variety of Victorian terraced houses to choose from, as well as an abundance of modern flats and large semi-detached homes. 

    4. Walton 

    With an average property price of £114,968, Walton is next on the list and is a mere 15-minute drive from the city centre. It’s a well connected area, perfect for those looking to live outside of city life whilst also having a fairly simple commute. From small terraced houses to contemporary semi-detached properties, there’s something for everyone in Walton. 

    5. Everton 

    Famous for its professional football club, the next district on our list is Everton with an average property price of £117,689. Just north of the city centre, Everton is a fairly affordable area with properties ranging from popular Victorian terraces to charming, modern apartments.

    What Is The Average Rent In Liverpool?

    It’s important to set yourself a budget before you begin your house hunting research. That is why we have discovered a few of the cheapest areas to rent in Liverpool to help you begin. For comparison, the current average asking rent in the city centre is £851 pcm.

    Average Rent (pcm) in Liverpool

    1. Tuebrook

    If you’re looking for cheap areas to rent, then Tuebrook should be first on your list with an average asking rent of £450 pcm. If you’re looking for a small, single room flat, you’re looking at an average asking rent of £364 pcm. However, for those looking for larger properties, the average rent for a 2-bedroom house is currently £550 pcm.

    2. Stoneycroft

    Stoneycroft should be another area to consider, with an average asking rent of £537 pcm. 1-bedroom flats have a very affordable average asking rent of £392 pcm, whilst 2-bedroom houses average at £494 pcm. 

    3. Everton

    Previously mentioned in the cheapest areas of Liverpool for property prices, Everton is next with an average asking rent of £485 pcm. For those with growing families, you’ll be looking at an average rent of £545 pcm for a 2-bedroom house, whilst those looking to live alone can expect an average of £400 pcm for a 1-bedroom flat. 

    4. Anfield

    Another common favourite for Liverpudlians, Anfield has an average asking rent of £608 pcm, with single bedroom flats averaging at £365 pcm. There’s plenty of property types to choose from here, with larger 2-bedroom homes averaging at an asking rent of £477 pcm.

    5. Toxteth

    Whilst you’re calculating your budget, don’t forget to consider Toxteth as the current averaging asking rent is £641 pcm. This may be expensive compared to the other locations on the list, but it’s still considerably cheaper than the city centre. In Toxteth, 1-bedroom flats are averaging at £496 pcm and 2-bedroom houses are at an average of £610 pcm.

    Some Happy Liverpool Movers

    If you’re still not convinced that Compare My Move is the tool for you, then take a look below where we have a few gleaming reviews from just some of our happy movers in Liverpool. 

    "Great service. Very friendly team"

    Sandra Hughes on 31/03/20

    Moving from Liverpool

    "Absolutely brilliant. I couldn’t have asked for better service or value for money. These were simply the best but be aware that the other companies will try all kinds of bully tactics to get you to use their service."

    Kathryn Kearney on 30/03/20

    Moving from Liverpool

    "Brilliant. Very friendly, professional, fast and efficient service. Flat pack furniture service was also superb. Would definitely recommend and would use again."

    Will Angus on 24/02/20

    Moving from Liverpool

    "Beyond my expectation.They work like a pro."

    Gwen Mollig on 10/01/20

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    Data related to house removals (eg. popular day to move) is based on our own internal research on Liverpool home moves, that occurred in 2018 and 2019.

    Data on average house price and average rent in Liverpool has been taken from Zoopla and The UK House Price Index.