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Greenwich Removal Companies

Are you one of the many London house movers moving from Greenwich? Get free quotes from trusted London removal companies and save up to 70% off the cost of your removals in Greenwich.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has a growing population of residents and is home to a collection of quirky shops and street markets, including the Greenwich Covered Market.

Greenwich provides a variety of great attractions throughout the borough, such as the Royal Observatory, the Prime Meridian, Eltham Palace, Severndroog Castle and the O2 Arena. While living in Greenwich is full of culture and entertainment, you may find yourself wanting to make a move. We can connect you with up to 6 trusted removal companies in the area, to get you on your way.

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    FAQs About Moving to Greenwich

    To help with your move, we’ve looked into moving house in Greenwich, finding that the average cost of a removal company in the area is £979.

    Our user data shows that the most popular day to move house was Saturday, with August being the most popular month. The average house price in the area is £647,793 with an average rental cost of £1,129 pcm.

    Avg. house price £647,793
    Avg. rental cost £1,129 pcm
    Avg. removal cost £979
    Best time to move August

    How Much Are House Removal Costs In Greenwich?

    The average cost of a removal company in Greenwich is £979 according to our data. The highest you can expect to pay will be around £1,195, with the lowest setting at £603.

    Prior to booking a removal company, make sure you obtain and compare quotes. Be aware that the figures above are average costs based on our user data and will not reflect the price of each individual house move.

    Moving costs often vary and will depend on a few factors. Moving companies will take into account the distance you’re moving, how big your home is, how much you are moving and any additional services you opt for. It can even depend on the time of year and the day of the week you move.

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    Average Removal Costs in Greenwich 2023
    Average Removal Costs in Greenwich 2023

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

    According to our user data, the most popular time of year to move in Greenwich was during August, with over 12% of moves undertaken in the area during the month.

    August is a favourite time to move in many parts of the country, with great weather and the school holidays underway, it can be an ideal time to move house.

    Those with children in school or working in education can move house without interruption to the school or University year, in addition to having optimum weather for the move itself.

    February is the least popular time of year to move, accounting for less than 6% of the moves taking place across the year. This could be due to a number of factors, most likely because February is often a very cold month with the potential for bad weather. Days are darker and shorter, making it an unfavourable time of year for a house move.

    Popular Months to Move House in Greenwich in 2023
    Popular Months to Move House in Greenwich in 2023

    What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move in Greenwich?

    Our data found that Saturday is the most popular day to move house in Greenwich, with over 24% of moves taking place on the first day of the weekend. This is contrary to a lot of the country where Friday is the favourite day to move house.

    Friday is the second most popular day, accounting for over 23% of moves in the area. In contrast, just 8% of moves were arranged for Sunday, the least popular day to move in Greenwich - and most of the UK.

    Unlike Saturday or Friday, moving house on a Sunday is likely to mean less time to settle in before the beginning of the working week, especially if it is a large or long-distance move. Furthermore, estate agents and solicitor offices are often closed on Sundays. This means if there is any issue when you move, you will likely have to wait until the following day for it to be addressed.

    By moving on a Saturday or Friday, there is little disruption to the traditional working week. This also applied to school if you are moving with children. It also means having the majority of the weekend to unpack and settle into your new home.

    Popular Moving Days in Greenwich in 2023
    Popular Moving Days in Greenwich in 2023

    If you’re looking to move but haven’t settled on a new location yet, we’re looked at our data to find the most popular areas for residents of Greenwich to move to.

    The list includes a mix of towns and cities, providing something for every lifestyle and family dynamic. We’ve researched the top 4 most popular destinations to move to from Greenwich, listing the average property price for each area.

    Sevenoaks is both the most popular location on our list and the most expensive, with Dartford being the most affordable.

    Top 4 Locations for Greenwich Movers 2023
    Top 4 Locations for Greenwich Movers 2023
    • Sevenoaks

      The most expensive area on our list, Sevenoaks has an average price of £764,285. The majority of sales in the area, however, were for detached properties which sold for £1,359,500.

    • Guildford

      In Guildford, semi-detached properties were the most sold property type, selling for £527,815 on average. This is slightly less than the overall average for the area, which was £592,813 over the last year.

    • Bristol

      The city of Bristol has an average house price of £359,789 - up 14% on property prices in 2019. The most sold property type in the area was terraced homes, selling for just under the overall average at £348,462.

    • Dartford

      The most affordable area of the four, Dartford has an average house price of £343,015. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales here, with flats being the cheapest property type.