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Moving House in Croydon? Save Up To 70% On Your Removal Costs

Looking to move in or around Croydon? Compare My Move are here to help, with everything you need to know about booking a reliable removals company, preparing for moving day and everything in between.

So that you know you’re in the right hands, all of our removal partners have Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurances and every partner must go through Compare My Move’s strict verification process. This way you know that you’re working with trustworthy professionals.

Our dedicated team work hard to connect you with up to 6 professional removals companies in the Croydon area, helping you save up to 70% on your removals costs. Compare removal quotes to get the best deal for your moving day with Compare My Move!

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If you’re looking for a professional and reliable removals service in Croydon, you’ve come to the right place. With over 30 years experience in the removals industry, Compare My Move only works with partners who have both Public Liability and Goods in Transit insurance in place, so you know your belongings are in safe hands.

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    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Croydon?

    Compare My Move’s recent data shows that the average overall cost for moving house in Croydon is £835.93. At the highest end for the area, a house move could cost up to £1,080.

    Our research shows that the average price of a 2-bedroom house move in Croydon sits at £1006.83, although your move could cost as little as £591.86. Your removal company cost will be based on the size of your move, the location of your property, distance between properties and the services you require, such as packing or dismantling furniture.

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

    Compare My Move found that the best time of year to move in Croydon is during the Summer. According to our data, the most popular month for a house move within Croydon is August, closely followed by July and September. With less chance of rain and longer, warmer days, it’s no wonder homemovers prefer to complete their property move during the Summer months. 

    In addition to being the best time of year for the move itself, it is also a cost effective time to move into your new home. The Summer means lighter and warmer evenings, contributing to lower gas and electric bills. At an expensive time such as buying and moving home, this can be highly beneficial. 

    In contrast, the least popular time of year to move was Winter, with the fewest amount of moves in Croydon taking place in January and February, according to research from Compare My Move.

    Popular Months to Move in Croydon

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

    The best day of the week to move within Croydon is Friday, with over 25% of Compare My Move customers moving house on the last day of the week. A Friday move means you have the whole weekend to unpack and settle in, so it’s no surprise this proved the most popular day for a house move. 

    Our data found Sunday is the least popular day, with just 6.5% of Compare My Move movers choosing to move house on this day. This is not surprising considering many estate agents and conveyancers are closed on a Sunday, which could mean delays if you need to contact either on the day you move.

    Popular Moving Days in Croydon

    What Are The Top 5 Locations for Croydon Movers?

    Looking to move out of Croydon? Our removal companies can take you where you want to go, with many moves happening in the local area as well as accommodating long-distance house removals.   

    The most popular area to move to from Croydon is to Central London. However with the average property price in the city at £738 813, it’s not surprising that there are a number of other areas in and around Croydon, such as Coulsdon and Caterham, that home buyers are moving to.

    Top 5 Locations for Croydon Movers

    1. London 

    With Croydon situated in South London, the city itself is top of the list of places to move to. Our research revealed that over 10% of Croydon movers moved within the London area. With a wealth of job opportunities, museums and art galleries, fantastic nightlife, a host of multicultural restaurants and diverse culture, it’s no surprise that London tempts 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 a staggering £738, 813.

    2. Purley 

    Part of the London Borough of Croydon, Purley is located south of the town of Croydon. At a lower rate than central London, the average house price in Purley is £537, 861. 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. 

    3. Coulsdon 

    Also within the Borough of Croydon, Coulsdon is a town in South London and the county of Surrey. 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 in Coulson sitting at £523,800.

    4. Wallington 

    Another town in Greater London, Wallington is located 9.7 miles south of Charing Cross. Wallington sits within the Borough of Sutton and the town is home to three of the borough’s five grammar schools. With plenty of green spaces and cultural landmarks, Wallington is ideal for young families. It is also cheaper to live in than Coulsdon, with the average house price at £424,075.

    5. Caterham 

    Caterham is a town in the Tandridge District of Surrey, 6 miles south of Croydon. Due to its proximity to London, Caterham is a commuter town for workers wanting to live outside of the city. House prices are similar to Wallington, with the average price paid for a house standing at £414,151.

    What Is The Average Property Prices In Croydon?

    Whether you’re moving within or out of Croydon, our trusted removal companies can accommodate you. With up to 70% in savings on your removals, you can put your financial focus on the cost of properties in the area.

    The average house price in Croydon is currently £365,364, a fair amount less than in Central London although house prices have seen a rise in the area in recent years, with prices up 3% on 2017. 

    Average Property Price in Croydon

    We’ve had a look at some of the more reasonable areas of Croydon to buy a property and rounded up the best reasonably priced locations for your new home.

    1. Forestdale 

    Forestdale is a residential neighborhood 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, with the cul-de-sacs being subdivided into their own neighbourhoods. The average property price in Forestdale is £309,620, with a 3-bedroom house costing £372,500 on average. 

    2. Thornton Heath 

    The average price of a property in Thornton Heath is £340,773, 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, outdoor gym, two multi-games courts and an ornamental garden. 

    3. Selhurst 

    Selhurst is another area where the prices are lower than Croydon, with similarly priced properties to nearby Thornton Heath, with the average property price sitting at a slightly lower £329, 239. In the past year, prices in Selhurst were up 4% than the year before. 

    4. Broad Green 

    Broad Green is cheaper again, with an overall average price of £315,418. The area has seen a decrease in housing prices during the last year, with prices 4% down on the previous year. Broad Green is a small historic residential and retail area between Croydon and Thornton Heath. 

    5. Woodside 

    Woodside, a neighbourhood of Croydon, is home to a number of walking and cycling routes, particularly in Woodside Green, an urban greenspace. The area also benefits from great transport links and a host of top-performing schools. Woodside has an overall average property price of £333,243. 

    What Is The Average Rent In Croydon?

    The average asking rent in Croydon is £1,214 according to Zoopla. For a 1-bedroom flat, renters can expect to pay £943 per month, with a 2-bedroom house in Croydon at £1,373 per month.

    If you’re looking to pay a little less, we’ve compiled a list of some of the nearby areas where the costs of rent are more reasonable.

    Average Rent (pcm) in Croydon

    1. Waddon 

    A neighbourhood at the western end of the town of Croydon, Waddon is an ideal location for young couples and families. One of the highlights of the area is Waddon ponds, which supports a range of aquatic life- perfect for a day out with little ones. 

    2. Selhurst

    Home to the stadium of Crystal Palace Football Club, Selhurst is located 7.8 miles south of Charing Cross. Current asking rents in Selhurst is £1050, with a two-bedroom house average is £1,352 and 1 bedroom flat is £799. 

    Boasting numerous cafes, bars and pubs - with Grangewood Park nearby, Selhurst is perfect for young professionals and families alike. 

    3. South Norwood

    Located three miles north-east of Croydon town centre, South Norwood boasts a 125-acre country park and South Norwood Lake to the north of the town, used by Croydon Sailing Club. 

    A great commuter location, the average asking rent in South Norwood is £1,105 per calendar month, with one-bedroom flats at an average of £941 per month and 2-bedroom houses at £1,251.    

    4. Thornton Heath

    Thornton Heath sits within the borough of Croydon,north of Croydon proper. The area has a high degree of ethnic diversity and a number of sports and leisure hubs, including the new leisure centre, Thornton Heath Recreation Ground and Streatham-Croydon RFC. 

    The average price of renting in the area is £1,142, with one-bedroom flats costing £843 a month and 2-bedroom houses £1,349.

    5. 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 in Croydon is £1,254, with a 1-bedroom flat costing £953 per month and a 2-bedroom house coming to £1,432 per month.

    Some Happy Croydon Home Movers

    Here at Compare My Move, we aim to make moving easy by connecting you with the best and most professional removal companies available. Don’t believe us? - Take a look at just some of the fantastic reviews from our Croydon home movers below. 

    "I highly recommended NRD! My move has been quick and delays, no damages, perfect!"

    Elisa on 05/09/20

    Moving from London

    "Very efficient. Gents were very good and got all of our move completed without any issues."

    Bradley on 27/08/20

    Moving from Croydon

    "Brilliant service, everything was packed quickly and efficiently and then loaded into the storage unit at the other end with no problems. Highly recommend."

    Louise Goodman on 27/08/20

    Moving from London

    "They provided me with an amazing service. During all the process I've been given detailed information. The removal team was very professional and nice specially with the high temperature we've experienced that day. I highly recommended them and won't hesitate to call them again when needed."

    Emma on 24/08/20

    Moving from London

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    Data related to house removals (eg. popular day to move) is based on our own internal research on Croydon home moves, that occurred in 2018 and 2019.

    Data on average house price and average rent in Croydon has been taken from Zoopla and The UK House Price Index.