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Looking for a removal company in Croydon? With an average moving cost of £879, we've helped over 1,600 people move home and save money in Croydon in the last year. We can connect you with up to 6 verified and reviewed removal companies in your local area, taking the stress out of moving day.

A large town in the south of London, with great transport links to central London, Croydon is ideal for young professionals. We have 50 removal companies covering the Croydon area, each having undergone our strict verification process. Every removal company must also agree to our code of practice and our dedicated business team diligently checks third-party reviews and company documentation, ensuring all companies joining us have both Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurance.

If you're moving within or from Croydon, compare home removal companies with Compare My Move to save up to 70% on your London removals costs.

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    FAQs About Moving to Croydon!

    We have done all the vital research for your Croydon move so you don't have to. Our own data shows that the average removal company cost in the area is £835. We also found that the summer months are by far the most popular time when it comes to booking a moving date. 

    The average property price for Croydon stands at £395,363. For those looking to rent, the average cost is £1,131 pcm. Rest assured, our network of trusted removal firms will be able to assist you with your move, regardless of size or distance. 

    Avg property price: £365,364
    Avg rental price: £1,131
    Avg removal costs: £835
    Best time to move: August

    How Much Are House Removal Costs In Croydon?

    Our recent data discovered that the average cost for moving house in Croydon was £835. However, prices will vary. To show how much they can fluctuate, we also discovered that the highest cost of a house move reached £1,080, whilst the lowest was £592.

    If you're looking for a larger property, our research shows that the average price for a 3-bedroom house move in Croydon was £1,006. It's important to remember that your removal cost will be based on a number of factors, such as the size of the move, the exact location of the property, the distance travelled and any additional services you require, such as packing.

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    Average Removal Costs in Croydon 2023
    Average Removal Costs in Croydon 2023

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    What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Croydon?

    When researching, we found that the best time of year to move in Croydon was over the summer period. According to our data, the most popular month for a house move within the area was August with over 12%, closely followed by July and September. With less chance of rain and longer, warmer days, it’s no wonder home movers often prefer to complete their move during these months.

    In addition to being the best time of year for the removal itself, summer is also a cost-effective time to move into your new home as the lighter and warmer evenings can sometimes contribute to lower gas and electric bills. At an expensive time such as buying and moving to a new house, this can be highly beneficial.

    In contrast, the least popular time of year to move was winter, with the fewest amount of moves taking place in January and February. Our data saw only 6% of removals being booked for January, with many movers not wanting to follow the hectic festive period with moving chaos.

    Popular Months to Move House in Croydon 2023
    Popular Months to Move House in Croydon 2023

    What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Croydon?

    The best day of the week to move within Croydon was Friday according to our unique data, with over 25% of users moving house on the last day of the week. A Friday move often means you have the whole weekend to unpack and settle in, so it’s no surprise that this proved to be the most popular day for a house move.

    Our data also discovered that Sunday was the least popular day for moving house, with just 6.5% choosing this day. This is not surprising as many estate agents and conveyancing offices are closed on Sundays, which could mean further delays if you need to contact either of them on the day the move. With fewer chances of communicating, you could completely halt the process for all parties involved in the property chain.

    Popular Moving Days in Croydon 2023
    Popular Moving Days in Croydon 2023

    Looking to move out of Croydon? Our research showed that many users were considering moving out of the borough, with 4 particular locations coming out on top as an alternative. Rest assured, our removal partners can cater to all types of requirements, whether you request a local or long-distance move.

    The most popular area to move to from Croydon was Central London with just under 11% of the overall percentage. However, with the average property price at £496,269, it’s not surprising that there are a number of more affordable areas that also gained popularity. The top 4 areas also included Purley, Coulsdon and Caterham.

    To help with your research, we've taken data from the property website, Rightmove, including the average sold house prices.

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    Top Locations For Croydon Movers 2023
    Top Locations For Croydon Movers 2023
    • London

      With Croydon situated in South London, the city itself is top of the list of places to move to. With a wealth of job opportunities, museums and art galleries, fantastic nightlife, a host of multicultural restaurants and diverse cultures, it’s no surprise that London tempts many home movers year after year. However one of the main drawbacks of living in London is the cost of living, with the average property costing £496,269.

    • Purley

      Purley is located south of the town of Croydon. At a higher rate than central London, the average house price is £593,322. A sought-after area, Purley is an easy commute to the city and has a reputation as a premier area with spacious homes and excellent schools.

    • Coulsdon

      With great transport links and close-by amenities, Coulsdon is considered an ideal commuter town for those working in London. The town itself has a wide range of shops, restaurants, cafes and open spaces such as Farthing Downs and Coulsdon Common. All this does come at a price though, with the average house price sitting at £542,004.

    • Wallington

      A town situated in Greater London, Wallington is located 9.7 miles south of Charing Cross. Wallington sits within the Borough of Sutton and is home to three of the borough’s 5 grammar schools. With plenty of green spaces and cultural landmarks, the town is ideal for young families. It is also cheaper to live in than other locations mentioned on the list, with the average house price at £416,890.

    What Are The Average Property Prices In Croydon?

    The average house price in Croydon is currently £395,363, a fair amount less than in Central London although house prices have seen a rise in recent years. After taking a slight dip in the summer of 2020, the housing market in the area slowly started to recover with property prices increasing by 1% in January 2021 and a further 2.3% the following month. This meant that the yearly percentage change for house prices in Croydon increased by a staggering 6.2% in February 2021.

    According to the UK House Price Index, new-build properties now have an average price of £358,855 in the borough, whilst existing properties average at £385,676. This can be vital information for first-time buyers moving to the area, as it could mean there are a range of new developments or Help to Buy schemes you can explore to help you purchase your first home.

    We’ve had a look at some of the more reasonably priced areas of Croydon, discovering some of the most affordable locations for you to explore. We have also included each area's average property price for better comparison - all data was taken from rightmove, correct as of April 2021.

    Average Property Price For Locations in Croydon 2023
    Average Property Price For Locations in Croydon 2023
    • Forestdale

      Forestdale is a residential neighbourhood in the borough of Croydon. The area has public green verges and a nature reserve with diverse walks. A distinctive feature of the village is the cul-de-sacs which run off four mains roads, all subdivided into their own neighbourhoods. The average property price in Forestdale is £304,390.

    • Thornton Heath

      The average price of a property in Thornton Heath is £364,665, a little less than you would pay in Croydon. There’s plenty to do in the area, with Thornton Heath Recreation Ground alone boasting running trails, a children’s playground, an outdoor gym, two multi-games courts and an ornamental garden.

    • Selhurst

      Selhurst is another area with fairly affordable housing, with the average property price sitting at a slightly lower £313,016. However, in the past year, prices in Selhurst were up 4% than the year prior.

    • Broad Green

      Broad Green has an average property price of £317,201. The area has seen a decrease in housing prices during the last year, with prices 4% down on the year prior. Broad Green is a small historic residential and retail area between Croydon and Thornton Heath.

    What is the Average Rent in Croydon?

    If you're not ready to buy a house in Croydon, then renting might be a better option for you. There are plenty of renting opportunities in the borough as house prices and rental yields are slowly on the rise. No matter what the requirements, rest assured that our removal partners will accommodate your specific move.

    To get you started, we've researched the average renting prices in Croydon. We've found that the average asking rent in the borough is £1,131 according to Zoopla. For a 1-bedroom flat, renters can expect to pay £959 per month, with a 2-bedroom house averaging at £1,319 per month.

    If you’re looking to pay a little less, we’ve compiled a list of some nearby areas where the costs of rent appear to be more reasonable - below we have listed 4 areas in Croydon that offer fairly affordable asking rents. We've also included the average price for a 1-bed flat and 2-bed house, ensuring you have a variety of options to explore.

    Average Rent (pcm) In Croydon 2023
    Average Rent (pcm) In Croydon 2023
    • Ashburton

      Ashburton is a small neighbourhood in the Borough of Croydon, nearby Woodside, Addiscombe and South Norwood. It is home to Ashburton Park and the Ashburton Learning Village which includes Ashburton Library, adult learning classes, public and private clubs and sports facilities.

      The current average asking rent for Ashburton Avenue is £1,254, with a 1-bedroom flat costing £953 per month and a 2-bedroom house coming to £1,432 per month.

    • Selhurst

      Home to the stadium of Crystal Palace Football Club, Selhurst is located 7.8 miles south of Charing Cross. Current asking rents average at £1,148, with 2-bedroom houses at £1,452 and 1-bedroom flats at £922. Boasting numerous cafes, bars and pubs, Selhurst is perfect for young professionals and families alike.

    • South Norwood

      Located three miles northeast of Croydon town centre, South Norwood boasts a 125-acre country park and South Norwood Lake to the north of the town. A great commuter location, the average asking rent in South Norwood is £1,250 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats at an average of £888 per month and 2-bedroom houses at £1,066.

    • Thornton Heath

      Thornton Heath sits within the borough, north of Croydon proper. The area has a high degree of ethnic diversity and a number of sports and leisure hubs, including Thornton Heath Recreation Ground and Streatham-Croydon RFC. The average price of renting in the area is £1,396, with 1-bedroom flats costing £1,576 a month and 2-bedroom houses £1,417.