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Looking for a removal company for your Romford house move? We've helped hundreds of movers save time and money - up to 70% on their removal costs - by connecting them with up to 6 of the best local removal companies.

With a wealth of Victorian and 1930s properties in Romford, there are plenty of housing options to suit you. However, if you’re planning a move out of Romford or even The London Borough of Havering, our Romford removal companies can still accommodate to this. Just 14 miles from London, commuters can be in London Liverpool Street in as little as 17 minutes via train.

We found that the average price of a removal company in the area is £1,123.65. Our removal companies can assist you regardless of the size of your property or the number of items you are moving. Our partners are fully-insured so that you can trust you’re receiving a first-class service, whether you are staying local or moving further afield.

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    FAQs About Moving to Romford

    We looked into the process of moving house in Romford to bring you everything you need to know. The average property price in the area is £385,963, with an average rent of £1,405 pcm.

    Friday is the most popular day for moving house and September and January are the most popular times of the year. We calculated that the average cost of moving is £1,123.65 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg. property price £385,963
    Avg. rental cost £1,405 pcm
    Avg. removal cost £1,123.65
    Best Time to Move January and September

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Romford?

    Our data revealed that the overall average cost of a removal firm in Romford is £1,123.65, with the lowest average being £808.59 and the highest being around £1,236.76.

    Our removal partners base their costs on a variety of factors that can influence the price. This includes the size of the home and amount of rooms, the number of items being moved and the distance between your new and old property. The cost will also depend on whether or not you use additional services, such as professional packing, furniture assembly or storage options.

    The day of the week you decide move can also impact the price, with popular days such as Friday being more expensive and unpopular moving days, like Sunday, costing less.

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    Removal Costs in Romford 2023
    Removal Costs in Romford 2023

    What Is The Best Time of Year To Move In Romford?

    Our research found that the most popular times of year to move house in Romford is either during September or in January, each accounting for 10.97% of moves.

    September offers longer and warmer days, making for a more pleasant move, whilst others may want to move in January for a fresh start to the new year.

    Also, many people want to be in their new home in time for Christmas but if there are any delays, they may not move in until the following month, which would explain the spike in moves during January.

    The month with the least amount of moves in Romford is April, accounting for just 6% of moves, followed by May with 6.27% of moves. This could be down to a number of factors, including school terms and uncertain spring weather. That said, ultimately your moving day will largely depend on the completion day for your property transaction.

    Popular months to move in Romford 2023
    Popular months to move in Romford 2023

    What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Romford?

    As with the majority of the country, Friday is the most popular day of the week to move house in Romford. Over 28% of moves completed by our removal partners took place on a Friday, in contrast to just 6% on a Sunday.

    Moving house on a Friday means having the entire weekend to unpack and settle into your new home. It can also mean minimal disruption to the working week and won’t impact school if you are moving house with children.

    For these reasons, it’s not surprising why so few people opt to move on a Sunday. Moving at the end of the weekend can mean less time to unpack and settle in if you have work the following day. Additionally, many solicitor offices estate agents close on a Sunday, meaning if there is a problem with the home when you move in it may not be addressed right away.

    That said, Sunday may be a cheaper day to move house than more popular days like Friday, so it may be worth considering if you’re open to which day you move.

    Popular Moving Days in Romford 2023
    Popular Moving Days in Romford 2023

    What Are The Top Locations for Romford Movers?

    For those looking for a new area to live in, we’ve found the most popular locations for our Romford users to move to, according to our unique user data.

    Below we review the top four locations from our data, their average house prices and the most popular property type. This allows you to plan and budget accordingly if you are looking to move to one of these areas.

    The most popular area of the four is Hornchurch, whilst Brentwood in Essex - of the Only Way is Essex fame - is the most expensive. Chelmsford, also located within Essex, is the cheapest location on our list with an average property price of £402,704.

    Top 4 Locations for Romford Movers 2023
    Top 4 Locations for Romford Movers 2023
    • Hornchurch

      A suburban town in East London, Hornchurch has an average property price of £453,836. Semi-detached properties made up the majority of sales in the area, selling for £466,530 on average.

    • Brentwood

      An area that saw a spike in popularity following the success of The Only Way is Essex, Brentwood is the most expensive location on our list. Properties here cost an average of £577,767 over the last year, with semi-detached homes making up the majority of sales.

    • Chelmsford

      Located northeast of London, the city of Chelmsford is the cheapest area on our list, with an average price of £402,704 over the last year. Semi-detached properties made up the majority of sales, with prices up 3% on the previous year.

    • Upminster

      The second most expensive location after Brentwood, following closely behind in property prices, is the suburban town of Upminster in East London. The average price here is £576,386 and semi-detached properties accounted for the majority of sales.