How Much Are House Removal Costs In Bromley?
Compare My Move have done the research and revealed the cost of moving house in Bromley. Our partners go above and beyond to accommodate your Bromley move, whether you're moving locally or further afield.
As Friday is the most popular day for a Bromley house move, the average cost of moving is £937. Compare My Move data shows the average lowest price for a Friday move is around £688.43 whilst the highest price for a Bromley house move on a Friday is £1,185.96.
The cheapest day to move house in Bromley is a Sunday, with the average price standing at £717.13. The most expensive day to move house in Bromley is a Tuesday, with the average price costing around £1,110.36. The cost of your removals will vary depending on the size of the move, location and day of the week.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Bromley?
The Summer months prove to be Bromley’s most popular time to book their house removals. August is the favourite month, with 13% of Compare My Move removal partners carrying out house moves then. July is a close second with 10% of movers choosing the warmer month.
It’s no surprise that December is the least popular time of year for a Bromley house move, with just 5% of house removals scheduled for Christmas time. With short days and dark nights, many people avoid a Winter move for the right reasons.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Bromley?
Friday is the most popular day to move house in Bromley, with 27% of house removals taking place on the gateway to the weekend. A further 21% of people prefer to move on a Saturday and 17% choose a Thursday, giving them the whole weekend to unpack and settle into their new house.
Sunday, however, is the least favourite day of the week for a house move in Bromley. With conveyancer and estate agents’ offices closed on Sundays, you’d have to wait until they open up on Monday if a problem occurred. This would delay the whole process, especially if you’re part of a property chain.
Most Popular Locations for Bromley Movers?
Whether you’re staying local in Bromley or moving out of Bromley, Compare My Move’s verified and trusted removal partners accommodate to both short and long-distance moves. We’ve got a strong network of removal partners ready to help, wherever your move takes you.
For Bromley movers, the most popular location for their house removal is London, with 12% of moves taking place in the capital. Other popular locations for Bromley house removals are Orpington, Beckenham, Sevenoaks and West Wickham.
We’ve done the hard work and listed the most popular areas Bromley moves along with their average house price using data from Rightmove.compare now
With an average property price of £744,426, London is the most popular destination for Bromley house removals. Being the most expensive city to live in the UK, London offers a variety of property types, a wealth of job opportunities and plenty of green spaces for young families.
A prime location for London commuters, Orpington sees 6% off Compare My Move Bromley moves. With an average property price of £486,581, Orpington is popular with young professionals as well as families. The town is situated near many well-respected primary and secondary schools.
With house prices averaging at £529,852, Beckenham boasts a rich history and a range of property types from late Victorian and Edwardian homes to 1920s flats. Home to both highly rated primary and secondary schools, Beckenham is popular among families.
Boasting a wealth of heritage, Sevenoaks was crowned one of the best places to live in the UK in 2018. With an average property price of £681,821, Sevenoaks boasts a wealth of green spaces, a bustling town centre and strong transport links to London, Ashford and Sussex.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Bromley?
The average house price in Bromley is £452,429, making it more expensive than the national average of £234,742. According to the House Price Index, house prices in Bromley saw a 2.8% increase in the year to December 2019, so it could be a good time to sell your house if you’re thinking of leaving Bromley.
Compare My Move work hard to make every step of your moving house journey stress-free. That’s why we’ve researched some of the best areas in Bromley to live, along with their average property price to help with your house hunt.
Offering a more affordable average house price than in Bromley, Downham has an average property price of £326,962. Just North of Bromley, Downham offers a community feel and a range of property types.
Popular amongst families and first-time buyers, Lower Sydenham has an average property price of £380,482. Lower Sydenham is well connected with transport links, helping commuters get into Charring Cross in just 24 minutes.
Situated in the Southeast of London, Bellingham has an average house price of £417,308, which is more affordable than Bromley’s average. With a wide variety of property types available, Bellingham offers a real community feel.
From large Victorian properties to one-bedroom flats, Catford boasts a range of property types to suit everyone’s budget. Catford’s average house prices stand at £447,710 and is home to many “outstanding” and “good” Ofsted rating primary and secondary schools.
What is the Average Rent in Bromley?
The average rent price in Bromley stands at £1,504 pcm, which is more affordable than the national average of £1,957 pcm. Bromley offers a variety of property types to rent, with 1-bedroom flats costing on average £967 pcm. You can get a 2-bedroom house for £1,350 pcm.
Compare My Move have researched a few areas of Bromley to consider, along with their average rent price overall as well as 1-bedroom flats and 2-bedroom houses. We’ve listed renting information for Bexley, Hayes, Shortlands, Leaves Green and Bickley, using data from Zoopla.
With a variety of property types ranging from 1930s semi-detached homes to quaint cottages, Bexley has an average renting price of £1,260 pcm. You can find 1-bedroom flats to rent for £836 pcm and 2-bedroom houses for an average of £1,228 pcm.
Boasting strong transport links to Central London, Reading and Stratford. Hayes is the perfect commuter hub. It has an average current renting price of £1,324 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing £990 pcm and 2-bedroom houses standing at £1,349 pcm.
An ideal area for families, Shortlands offers an abundance of reputable primary and secondary schools. The average renting price in Shortlands is £1,409 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing £1,136 pcm and 2-bedroom houses averaging at £1,400 pcm.
Boasting beautiful green spaces, Leaves Green offers more affordable renting than in Bromley and the UK, with the average standing at £1,455 pcm. A 1-bedroom flat will cost you £1,026 pcm and 2-bedroom houses stand at £1,421 pcm.