How Much Are House Removal Costs In Camden?
Our data shows that the average cost of a removal company in Camden is £1,075. Our movers have seen prices as low as £759 for their move and as high as £1,392.
All removal companies will charge differently for each move depending on the size of your move, location and distance travelled. If you require any added services then this will bump up your price too.
Remember, to get the best price for your removal company, it’s important to compare removal quotes from Compare My Move to pick from. This allows you to see a range of prices from local removal companies and you can pick the best one.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Camden?
According to our data, the most popular month for our Camden movers to book their removal company is September, with 13.12% of moves happening then. This is followed closely by August with 12.46% opting for a summer move.
With September and August having warmer weather and lighter days, it doesn't come as a surprise that these months are the most popular for movers.
April and December are joint least favourite, with both months only seeing 5.94% of moves. As these months tend to have worse weather such as ice and then rain in April, we can see why they’re not as popular.
Rest assured though, our Camden removal companies are here to help with your house move any time of the year. They work hard to ensure you experience a stress-free move whatever month you choose to move.
What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Camden?
Saturday is the clear winner for Camden’s favourite moving day, with 27.93% of all moves taking place then.
Followed by Friday, 21.55% of movers chose to book their removal company for the weekend. With more time off work to settle into your new property, weekend moves remain popular amongst our movers.
The most unpopular day for a move in Camden is a Tuesday, with just 8.87% of people booking their removals midweek. Tuesday is the UK's most expensive day to move house, so this might be why not many Camden users chose the day for a move.
Our Camden removal companies offer their expert removal services any day of the week. Whether you prefer a Tuesday or a Friday, they are here to help with everything to ensure a stress-free house move.
Most Popular Locations for Camden Movers?
We’ve researched the most popular locations for our Camden movers to help inspire you with your house hunt
Our data shows that the most popular location for a move outside of Camden was the borough of Lambeth, with 7.59% of all moves going here. With the average house price more affordable than Camden's average, we can see why it's popular.
Tower Hamlets, Islington and Waltham Forest were other popular locations for a move outside of Camden, with all 3 locations offering way more affordable property options than in Camden.
Below we’ve listed the 4 locations and included their average house price as well as some information about each borough to help you compare prices.compare now
Offering a variety of property types, you can expect to find Victorian terraces and stunning Docklands apartments for an average house price of £920,638. Lambeth was the most popular location for our Camden movers, with 7.59% choosing this borough.
- Tower Hamlets
Coming in as second favourite borough for our Camden movers, Tower Hamlets saw 6.96% of all moves. With an average house price of £552,291, Tower Hamlets provides more affordable property compared to the many other boroughs of London.
Cobbled side streets filled with independent and quirky eateries, Islington is an extremely sought after area to live. Proving to be popular for our Camden movers, 6.33% of movers relocated here. The average house price is £835,302.
- Waltham Forest
Boasting an abundance of green spaces and a lively town centre, Waltham Forest saw 6.33% of all Camden movers relocating here. The average house price in Waltham Forest stands at £490,353.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Camden?
The average house price for Camden in 2021 is a pricey £1,104,958. The start of 2021 saw a -0.1% monthly decrease in house prices, which has improved since its July dip of -3.1%.
Over the last year, the majority of sales in Camden were flats, which sold for an average of £772,225. Terraced properties sold for an average price of £2,040,950 and semi-detached properties were the most expensive at £2,405,768.
However, there are some areas in the borough that offer more affordable property than Camden's average. We take a look at Kings Cross, Camden Town, Holborn and Covent Garden and include the average house price and some important information on the location.
- Kings Cross
After a successful regeneration project, Kings Cross offers a mixture of modern and period architecture as well as well-rated schools. The average house price for Kings Cross is £920,054.
- Camden Town
Offering a wealth of property options, expect to find Victorian and Georgian terraces, low rise council blocks and larger Victorian houses in Camden Town. The average house price is £964,815.
Boasting great schools and new homes, Holborn has a thriving social scene. As it’s a sought after area to live, the average house price in Holborn stands at £1,622,171.
- Covent Garden
A popular tourist destination, Covent Garden has an old-fashioned London feel to it away from the buzz. The average house price in Covent Garden is £1,686,451.
What is the Average Rent in Camden?
Many people rent in London due to the city's high house prices. We've done the research to help with your property hunt.
The current rent price in Camden is £3,047 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,723 pcm and two-bedroom houses costing £2,784 pcm.
Below we have listed 4 areas of Camden and included the average overall rent, the rent for a one-bedroom flat and a two-bedroom house to help you compare locations.
One of the areas we looked at is Tufnell Park, which has a significantly lower average rent at £1,676.
The average rent price in Hampstead is £4,474 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,702 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £3,094 pcm.
- Dartmouth Park
If you're looking to rent in Dartmouth Park, you can expect to pay £1,782 pcm on average, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,336 pcm and £2,987 for two-bedroom houses.
- Tufnell Park
The average overall rent price in Tufnell Park is £1,676 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,337 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,928 pcm.
Expect to pay around £3,131 pcm for rent in Highgate, with one-bedroom flats costing around £1,321 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £2,245 pcm.