How Much Are House Removal Costs In Bexley?
Our data shows that the average removal company cost in Bexley is £936, with the average lowest price you could pay being £614 and £1,259 is the highest removal company cost our Bexley movers faced.
It’s important to note that these are just average costs based on a sample of our Bexley moves. Your removal company cost will depend on your location, size of move, distance travelled and potentially time of year or day of the week.
To ensure you’re getting the best deal, make sure you compare up to 6 removal quotes for your move.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Bexley?
Our data shows that August is the most popular month to move house in Bexley, with 11.58% of all moves taking place. July is another busy month for our Bexley movers with 10.93% of moves happening. This doesn't come as a surprise with summer providing lighter and warmer days to help make moving day that little bit easier.
The least favourite time of year for a house move in Bexley is winter. January and February are months that don’t see a lot of moves, with just 5.87% and 5.71% of moves happening, respectively. With January being so close to Christmas and New Year celebrations, this isn't surprising that people avoiding moving at this time of year.
Rest assured, our Bexley removal companies offer their expert house removal services all year round.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Bexley?
We’ve looked at our data from previous Bexley moves to reveal that their favourite day to move house is Friday, with a massive 32.79% of movers choosing this day.
Bexley’s second favourite day for a house move is a Saturday, with 18.43% opting for a weekend move. With the extra couple of days off work to settle in your new place, we can see why a weekend move is so popular.
Sunday is the least favourite day for a house move in Bexley, with just 4.89% of moves taking place. With most solicitor’s offices closed, many people avoid a Sunday move in case of any issues arising that wouldn't get resolved until Monday.
Most Popular Locations for Bexley Movers?
The most popular location outside of Bexley is Wandsworth, with 10.39% of all moves going here.
The average property price in Wandsworth is almost 50% more than Bexley's average, with houses costing £891,016. The borough boasts beautiful Victorian and Edwardian homes which clearly attracts many Bexley movers.
Other popular locations for our movers include Camden, Newham and Lewisham. Below we will explore the top 4 destinations our Bexley movers and include the average house price in each area as well as some information about the location.compare now
10.39% of Bexley moves went to Wandsworth, and we can see why. With an abundance of Victorian and Edwardian homes, green spaces and the Thames, Wandsworth has an average house price of £874,856.
Filled with Georgian and early Victorian houses, some converted to flats and some remain family homes, Camden has an average property price of £1,104,393. The area is sought after due to its property scene, which is evident from 7.79% of our Bexley movers relocating there.
Popular with young professionals, Newham offers great schools for both primary and secondary aged children. With 6.49% of all Bexley movers going here, it’s good to learn the average house price is £413,135.
Providing a family-friendly community feel, Lewisham is another popular location for our Bexley movers. Lewisham has an average property price of £509,923.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Bexley?
The average property price in Bexley is £469,512 in 2021. February 2021 saw a yearly 7.2% increase in house prices, the highest it has been in over a year.
Semi-detached properties are the most popular to buy in Bexley, with an average selling price of £510,165. Terraced properties sold for an average of £415,054 over the last 12 months, with detached properties going for £660,622.
If you’re staying in Bexley, you might need some inspiration for your move. We’ve done the research and looked at some areas offering affordable property in and around Bexley. We’ve listed 4 areas of Bexley and their average property price.
We’ve included Barnehurst, East Wickham, Sidcup and Crayford and listed some information to help your house hunt.
With direct links to London Bridge and Waterloo East as well as plenty of green space, Barnehurst is a lovely residential area of Bexley. The average house price stands at £361,062.
- East Wickham
Offering a variety of property types, East Wickham has an average house price of £334,340. Property prices are slightly above the UK national average but lower than London’s.
Just 12 miles from Central London, Sidcup offers a variety of housing from one-bedroom flats to large detached properties. The average house price in Sidcup is £414,214.
A top commuting town, Crayford also offers a fairly affordable average property price of £303,495, compared to London’s average price.
What is the Average Rent in Bexley?
If you're not ready to buy a house or flat in Bexley, then renting might be the best option for you.
The average overall rent price in Bexley is £1,194 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £901 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,293 pcm.
It's important to compare areas and rent prices to get the most for your money. Nearby Belvedere offers more affordable rent than Bexley's average, with the average price at £1,031 pcm.
We've looked at 4 areas in Bexley that also offer rental options. We've included the overall average rent as well as the price for a one-bedroom flat and two-bedroom house. Areas we've researched include Welling, Belvedere, Sidcup and Crayford.
If you’re looking to rent in Welling, you can expect to pay around £1,056 pcm on average, with one-bedroom flats as low as £609 pcm and two-bedroom houses costing £1,300 pcm.
You can expect to pay around £1,031 pcm for the average rent in Bexley, with one-bedroom flats costing around £659 pcm and £1,200 pcm for a two-bedroom house.
The average overall rent price in Bexley currently stands at £1,341 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,059 pcm and £1,300 pcm for a two-bedroom house.
If you're looking at living in Crayford, you can expect to pay £1,037 pcm on average, with one-bedroom flats costing £867 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,049 pcm.