How Much Are House Removal Costs In Central London?
Our data reveals that the average cost of a removal company in Central London is £1,075, with our previous movers seeing prices as low as £759 and as high as £1,392.
Remember, the true cost of your removal company will vary depending on a variety of reasons. How far you’re moving, the size of your house, services required and the removal company that you choose can all play a part in the final price of your house move.
To get the best deal for your removal company, it’s vital to compare removal quotes and look around. At Compare My Move, that’s exactly what we do.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Central London?
According to our data, the best time of year for a house move in Central London is August, with 11.74% of moves happening. This is followed closely by a September move, with 11.07% of Central London movers booking their removal company then.
August and September offer lighter and warmer days to help make moving day more enjoyable. Another popular reason many families prefer a summer move is that it works out well with the school holidays, avoiding any disruption to exams and school time.
The least favourite time of year for a house move is December, with just 6.03% of moves happening. The second favourite month is November, with another 6.20% choosing a winter move. We can see why winter is a season to be avoided, with colder and darker days potentially disrupting moving day.
Whatever time of year you want to move house, our Compare My Move removal companies operate all year round.
What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Central London?
Our data shows that from previous moves, Central Londoners chose Saturday to book their removal company, with over 23% opting for a weekend move. Our users massively favour a weekend move, with a further 21.32% choosing a Friday to move.
It doesn't come as a surprise that the weekend is the best time for a move in Central London. With many people working 9-5, having that extra time off work on the weekend to move and settle in really makes a difference.
The least popular day for a house move in Central London is Tuesday, with just 8.26% of users opting for this day. Some removal firms offer discounts for weekdays that are often low in demand, so ask your removal company if they have any deals on.
Whatever day of the week you want to move, Compare My Move have removal companies near you that offer their expert services any day of the week.
Most Popular Locations for Central London Movers?
We’ve looked at our data from previous Central London moves and found that Lambeth is the most popular destination for our movers, with 10.90% choosing this borough.
All of the most popular locations offer more affordable property prices than in Central London. Tower Hamlets is a borough that keeps appearing in the top locations to move to, and with an average house price of over 50% cheaper than Central London's, we can see why!
We’ve looked into more detail at the 4 most popular boroughs for past Central London movers and included their average property price and some important facts about the area. Our aim is to help you every step of the way with your move, from researching areas all the way to moving day.compare now
- Tower Hamlets
The diverse and vibrant lifestyle of Tower Hamlets attracts 7.05% of all Central London movers. The average house price currently in Tower Hamlets is £552,291.
Boasting a village-style community feel, Haringey has an abundance of green space and excellent transport links. Haringey has an average house price of £665,491.
The most popular location for our Central London movers, Lambeth saw 10.90% of all moves. With an average house price of £920,638, Lambeth proves to be a sought after borough to set up home.
Providing great transport links, nightlife and green spaces, Camden has something for everyone. With 7.05% of movers relocating here, Camden has an average house price of £1,104,958.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Central London?
In 2021, the average property price in Central London is £1,728,009. House prices took a monthly -1% dip in February 2021 and a yearly 1.8% increase in the same month, remaining pretty steady throughout 2020.
The current average value of detached property in Central London is £1,348,497, with semi-detached homes averaging at £916,713. Terraced properties sell for an average of £2,286,243 and flats for £1,090,628.
In 2020, the most expensive area within Central London was Westminster at £1,635,968 and the cheapest was the City Of London, with an average house price of £966,136.
We’ve researched some areas of Central London to help with your house hunt, from Islington to Hackney, we’ve featured a variety of boroughs and included their average house price along with some good things to know about the area.
The lively borough of Camden boasts a varied nightlife scene as well as plenty of green spaces. The average house price in Camden is a pricey £1,104,958.
Just 4-miles from Central London, Islington is home to world-class theatres and excellent restaurants. Property in Islington is enviable, with the average house price of £835,302.
Offering a great community feel and a creative vice, Hackney is also a culturally diverse borough. The average house price is £657,330.
- Tower Hamlets
Boasting a thriving business hun, Tower Hamlets combines modern with traditional in many ways. The average property price is £552,291.
What is the Average Rent in Central London?
Renting is a popular choice in London as house prices are so expensive. Compare My Move are here to help provide you with everything you need to know for your move to Central London, whether that’s renting or buying.
We’ve researched 4 boroughs of Central London that have a rental market and listed their overall average rent along with the price for one-bedroom flats and two-bedroom houses or a variety of prices.
The current average rent in Central London is £4,606 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £2,522 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at around £4,522 pcm. Find out more about renting in Central London below.
If you're looking to rent property in Southwark, the average rental price is £2,101 pcm overall, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,572 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £2,653 pcm.
The overall average rent in Lambeth is £2,015 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,476 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £2,313 pcm.
- Kensington & Chelsea
Kensington and Chelsea has an average rent price of £4,617 pcm. Expect to pay around £2,323 pcm for a one-bedroom flat and £4,326 pcm for a two-bedroom house.
Wandsworth has an overall average rent of £2,355 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £1,477 pcm and two-bedroom houses costing around £2,004 pcm.