How Much Are House Removal Costs In Hammersmith and Fulham?
We've looked at our data to reveal the average removal company cost in Hammersmith and Fulham is £874. The average low price our previous movers paid was £560, with £1,188 being the highest you could pay for your move.
It should be noted that the total cost of a removal company will vary for everyone. The cost will depend on your location, how far you're moving and the additional services you require.
It’s important to note that most companies offer different prices for different days of the week, depending on demand. Fridays are often the most popular days for a house move, so it’s vital you book your removal company in advance to avoid disappointment.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Hammersmith and Fulham?
Our data shows that September is the best time of year to book a house move in Hammersmith and Fulham, with 11.62% of all moves taking place then. This is followed closely by August and July with 10.59% and 10.41% of house moves occurring, respectively.
These are popular months to move among families as it works well with school holidays. It's not a surprise that September is the favourite month, with many families getting their house move sorted before the new school or university year.
May was their least favourite month, followed by December with just 6.41% of moves happening. Avoiding a May move seems sensible for families as this is typically the beginning of exam season. With the warmer days and more light, we can understand the popularity over a Winter move.
Rest assured, our removal companies work hard throughout the whole year, accommodating to moves in all seasons.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Hammersmith and Fulham?
Our data shows that Saturday is the most popular day to move house in Hammersmith and Fulham, with 29.18% of all house moves taking place. This is followed closely by a Friday move, with 18.24% of movers choosing this day.
A Friday and Saturday move will give you more time to sort out any delays in moving day as well as allowing you to take time to unpack and settle in. Those extra days off work the weekend provides are clearly a selling point for many movers.
Tuesday is the least favourite day, with just 7.56% of house removals happening. It’s important to note that some removal companies might offer deals on days that are less popular so it’s worth asking your removal company about their rates.
Most Popular Locations for Hammersmith and Fulham Movers?
We’ve looked at our own data to reveal the most popular locations for a move outside of Hammersmith and Fulham.
The most popular destination is Lambeth, with 11.36% of all movers going there. The average house price in Lambeth is £915,049, which is cheaper than Hammersmith and Fulham's average of over a million.
Tower Hamlets is another popular location for our Hammersmith and Fulham movers, and with the average house price over half the price of Hammersmith and Fulham's average at £552,542, we can see why.
Other popular locations were Camden and Westminster. Below we’ve listed the top 4 locations for our Hammersmith and Fulham movers and looked at the average house price as well as some important information about each area to help with your search.compare now
Home to the busiest underground station in London, Waterloo, Lambeth is popular among the younger generation. With 11.36% of all Hammersmith and Fulham moves going here, we can see why. The average house price in Lambeth is £915,049.
- Tower Hamlets
Another popular location for our Hammersmith and Fulham movers is Tower Hamlets, with 9.85% of all moves going to this area of London. The vibrant, eclectic borough offers traditional and diverse in all senses. The average house price is £552,542.
Popular with the younger generation, the markets at Regent’s Canal at Camden Lock is a top tourist attraction for the area. A huge 8.33% of all our Hammersmith and Fulham movers decided to relocate here. The average house price in Camden is £1,104,393.
With an average house price of £1,249,600, Westminster is well above the national average. Another popular location for our Hammersmith and Fulham movers, Westminster saw 6.82% of all moves going there.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Hammersmith and Fulham?
The average property price in Hammersmith and Fulham is well above the national average at £1,012,023.
February 2021 saw a massive drop in house prices, with a monthly dip of -10.9%. The start of 2021 also saw a yearly decrease of -10.4%, making it a good time to buy property in the area.
The most popular property type in the last year was flats, selling for an average price of £752,914. Terraced properties sold for an average of £1,480,697, while semi-detached properties reached a massive £2,240,267.
We’ve looked at 4 areas in Hammersmith and Fulham with a range of property prices to help with your house hunt, including Fulham, Hammersmith, West Kensington and Shepherd’s Bush.
If you’re staying local or moving out of Hammersmith and Fulham, let us do the hard work and match you with professional and trusted removal companies to ensure you have a stress-free move.
Home to the independent boutiques and eateries on King’s Road and Fulham Road, Fulham is an extremely sought after area of London to live, which is reflected in its property prices. The average property price in Fulham is a steep £1,110,208.
The tranquil area of Hammersmith offers great traditional pubs, restaurants and bars. The area has a wealth of primary and secondary schools on offer. The average property price in Hammersmith sits at £938,327.
- Shepherd's Bush
With an average property price of £822,882, Shepherd's Bush is a multicultural neighbourhood with no shortage of bars, restaurants and pubs.
- West Kensington
Filled with large Victorian terraced homes, West Kensington offers a family-friendly feel. With an average property price of £751,467, the area is a sought after London postcode.
What is the Average Rent in Hammersmith and Fulham?
If you’re not ready to buy a house in Hammersmith and Fulham, then renting might be the best option for you.
According to Zoopla, the current average asking rent in Hammersmith and Fulham is £2,685 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,651 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £2,296.
We’ve researched some of the best areas to rent in Hammersmith and Fulham. The areas we have included are White City, Sands End, Brook Green and East Acton to help you compare costs. The average rent in East Acton is £1,431 pcm, which is way more affordable than Hammersmith and Fulham's average.
Below we explore each location in more details, listing their average rent price as well as the cost of renting a one-bedroom flat and a two-bedroom house to cater to all budgets and situations.
- White City
If you’re looking to rent in White City, the average rental price is currently £1,836 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £1,394 pcm and you can expect to pay £1,708 pcm for two-bedroom houses.
- Sands End
To rent in Sands End, you can expect to pay roughly £3,245 pcm on average, with one-bedroom flats costing £1,746 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,920 pcm.
- Brook Green
Brook Green has an average rental price of £2,663 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing around £1,547 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £2,393 pcm.
- East Acton
If you want to rent in East Acton, expect to pay around £1,431 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £999 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £1,790 pcm.