How Much Are House Removal Costs In Hackney?
We’ve researched the average removal company costs for Hackney to help with your house move. In 2021, our data shows that the average removal company cost in Hackney is £1,075.
The data shows that the average lowest price you could pay for your move is £759 and the average high price could be around £1,392.
Some removal companies might offer certain deals for days of the week or times of the year that are in low demand. Read on to find out Hackney's most popular days and months for a house move.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Hackney?
Our data shows that the most popular month for a house move in Hackney is August, with 10.82% of all moves happening.
Followed closely by September and then May, with 9.74% and 9.58% of moves happening, respectively, it’s clear that our Hackney movers prefer a summer move.
August, September and May are warm months that also coincide with school holidays, so it's not a surprise that many movers want to move house before their children have to return to school.
Ask your removal company if they have any offers or deals on for certain times of the year where they see less demand, such as December. According to our data, only 6.34% of people move house in Hackney in December.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Hackney?
Hackney movers prefer moving house on a Saturday, with a huge 26.58% of removals taking place. This is closely followed by a Friday move, with 22.41% of our Hackney users preferring a move on the gateway to the weekend.
Moving house on the weekend is a popular trend among our movers all across the UK. The extra time off work over the weekend to unpack and settle into the new place really sells it for movers.
The least favourite day of the week to move house for our Hackney movers is a Tuesday, with just 7.57% of all moves happening at the start of the week. Sunday is another unpopular day for house moves, with just 8.96%.
Rest assured, our Hackney removal companies can help you move house any day of the week, but if you want to move house on a Saturday, make sure you book your removal company in advance to avoid disappointment.
Most Popular Locations for Hackney Movers?
We’ve looked at our data to reveal the most popular locations for our Hackney movers. The majority of people moved from Hackney to Tower Hamlets, with 11.63% of all moves going here.
Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest both offer more affordable property than Hackney's average, with Tower Hamlets' average house price being £552,542 and Waltham Forest at £559,299.
Islington, Waltham Forest and Westminster are other popular locations, with 9.30%, 8.14% and 5.81% of all moves going here, respectively.
Below we’ve listed the 4 favourite moving destinations and included the average price of property in each area to help you compare areas and house prices. For reference, the average house price in Hackney is £649,278.compare now
- Tower Hamlets
Situated in London’s famous East End, Tower Hamlets has an average property price of £552,542. With 11.63% of all Hackney movers relocating here, we can see why the area is sought after. Tower Hamlets hosts regular markets and offers a diverse population.
Home to world-class theatres and incredible restaurants, Islington has an average property price of £835,302, which is well above the UK national average. Still, a huge 9.30% of all Hackney movers relocated to Islington.
- Waltham Forest
With an abundance of green spaces and sought after property, Waltham Forest has an average property price of £559,299. The borough has great transport links into Central London, we can see why 8.14% of Hackney movers wanted to live here.
With an average property price of £1,377,626, Westminster is packed with early Georgian properties and Victorian mansion flats. 5.81% of all our Hackney movers chose Westminster.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Hackney?
If you’re planning on staying in Hackney and only moving locally, we’re here to help.
In 2021, the average house price in Hackney is £649,278. February 2021 saw a monthly dip of -2.8% in house prices, making it a good time to buy property in the area.
Like many locations in London, the majority of sales in Hackney over the last year were flats, selling for the average price of £531,785. Terraced properties sold for an average of £1,139,297, while semi-detached properties sold for £1,295,558.
To kick start your research, we’ve listed some areas of Hackney and included the average house price to help your search. We’ve looked at Hackney Wick, Homerton, Finsbury Park and Lower Clapton.
- Hackney Wick
Considered to be the artistic centre of London, Hackney Wick offers many green spaces. The average property price in Hackney Wick is roughly £568,559.
Located next to Clapton and Hackney Wick, Homerton has an average property price of £612,737. Homerton has a variety of property types on offer, including renting opportunities.
- Finsbury Park
Offering a great community feel, Finsbury Park has pubs, restaurants and cafes as well as green space. The average house price in Finsbury Park is £623,723.
- Lower Clapton
Filled with Victorian terraces and Georgian properties, Lower Clapton has an average property price of £764,109.
What is the Average Rent in Hackney?
To help with your house hunt, we've explored all options. If you're looking at renting in Hackney, you'll want to read on. We’ve looked at 4 areas of Hackney that offer renting options.
In 2021, the average rent in Hackney is £1,775 pcm, with the average price for a one-bedroom flat costing £1,448 pcm and £2,496 pcm for a two-bedroom house.
We’ve looked at Dalston, Lea Bridge, Hoxton and London Fields to help you compare rent prices. For example, Lea Bridge offers more affordable rent than overall in Hackney, with the average rent at £1,689 pcm.
Below we'll explore the average rent price in each area as well as the average price for a one-bedroom flat and the average price for a two-bedroom house.
If you’re looking to rent in Dalston, expect to pay around £1,828 pcm. For a one-bedroom flat the average rental price is roughly £1,456 pcm and for a two-bedroom house expect to see places for £3,678 pcm.
- Lea Bridge
The average current asking rent price in Lea Bridge is £1,689 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing around £1,438 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,699 pcm.
Renting property in Hoxton will cost you on average £2,094 pcm. To rent a one-bedroom flat expect to pay around £1,715 pcm and £3,028 pcm for a two-bedroom house.
- London Fields
Iif you’re looking to rent in London Fields, expect to pay around £1,838 pcm on average. For a one-bedroom flat, it will cost you around £1,429 pcm and £1,976 pcm for a two-bedroom house.