How Much Are House Removal Costs In Harrow?
Compare My Move have explored our own data to bring you the latest research in moving costs. Recent data from Compare My Move shows that the overall average cost of moving house in Harrow is £1, 243.94.
The average cost for a 3-bedroom house in the area stands at £1,680.30, which is slightly above the average highest removal cost in the area at £1,612.62.
Your removal costs will depend on the size of your home, the distance between locations and any additional services you require, such as packing or dismantling and reassembling furniture. Compare My Move found that the average lowest removal cost in Harrow is £875.25.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Harrow?
According to our data, the most popular time of year to move in Harrow is July, closely followed by August. With the warmer weather, better moving conditions and the school holidays if you have children, this is the ideal time to move house.
Gas and electric bills are likely to be cheaper during these months too, saving you money which can be put towards household items.
In contrast, the least popular time of year to move in Harrow is during the Winter, with just 5.6% of our customers moving in Harrow in December. Cold weather and shorter days will put many people off moving at this time.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Harrow?
According to our moving data, the most popular days to move house in Harrow are at the end of the week, with 46% of our customers moving house on either a Friday or a Saturday. This will largely be because, for many people, it will mean taking minimal time off work and having the weekend to settle in.
Sunday is the least popular day to move house, with just 9% of our customers moving in Harrow on this day. Conveyancing offices and estate agents are likely to be closed on this day, meaning any issues or concerns would have to wait until the following day, potentially causing delays to your move.
Most Popular Locations for Harrow Movers?
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The most popular destination outside of Harrow is the centre of London, with 15% of movers relocating there. Followed by smaller locations such as Pinner, Ruislip, and Watford all proving to be popular.compare now
The most popular location to move to from Harrow is within London, according to our data. Job opportunities, international events and the call of the big city see people moving to London in droves.
The downside, of course, is the cost of this move. London property prices are notoriously expensive, with the average home costing an eye-watering £983,374.
Pinner is a historic town in Greater London, located 12 miles from Charing Cross. The area offers a mix of detached, semi-detached and terrace interwar properties, medieval cottages, Edwardian houses and modern flats.
With leafy open spaces, good schools, charming architecture and a 25-minute commute to London, it’s no wonder home buyers are showing an interest in Pinner. The current average asking prices in Pinner is £702,311.
Home to Ruislip Woods National Nature Reserve, Ruislip is ideal for families with young children and nature enthusiasts. Duck Pond Markets also offers entertainment for children, in addition to artisan food and craft products.
Ruislip Lido and Manor Farm are also great aspects of Ruislip, making it a welcoming, family-friendly community. Cheaper than Pinner, the current average asking price in Ruislip is £543,574.
Watford is more reasonable again, with the current average asking price for a property in the area standing at £419, 284. Situated northwest of central London, Watford is a haven of gardens and green spaces.
There are a total of 43 public parks, allotments, recreation grounds and gardens in Watford, eight of which have been awarded a Green Flag. With theatres, museums, cafes and restaurants and the home of Watford FC, there is plenty to do and see in the area.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Harrow?
Compare My Move's content team work hard to bring you the latest information for your move to Harrow. We've researched the average house prices in different areas of Harrow, so you don't have to.
The average property price for the suburban town of Harrow is £490,057, according to Zoopla. Home to a large University of Westminster Campus and the acclaimed Harrow School, not to mention stunning Victorian and Edwardian architecture, it’s no wonder people are flocking to Harrow.
Below we’ve compiled a list of the top five areas within Harrow with similar or lower property prices so that you can get a head start on your property search.
To the north of Harrow town centre is Wealdstone. Here you’ll find Harrow Skate Park, built-in 1976. It is one of the few remaining skate parks from the 70s in Britain, located by the leisure centre. The leisure centre features areas for swimming, badminton, snooker, martial arts and a gym - ideal for young professionals and families alike.
A largely working-class area, the average price of property in Wealdstone is lower than in other areas of Harrow, at £400,174.
Roxeth sits within Harrow and is served by South Harrow tube station. It is home to Roxeth Recreation Ground, one of four Green Flag parks in Harrow. Ideal for children and young adults, it offers areas for basketball, football, tennis and cricket and a children’s playground,
There are a number of fairly modern properties in the area, after Barratt Homes redeveloped the site of the former Harrow hospital in 2006, creating luxury apartments. Townhouses and apartment blocks have also been built on the site. The average asking price for a property in Roxeth is £459,046.
Not to be confused with Queensbury Village in West Yorkshire, Queensbury sits within the borough of Harrow, in northwest London. The area was developed in the 1930s, however many of the public spaces and pavements have been redeveloped in recent years, losing some of its character of the era.
The area features Queensbury Park which has recently seen the addition of a new wetland area. A former cinema, which became a bingo hall in the 1960s, has been replaced by housing and the nearby Honeypot Lane is now home to superstores. The average asking price for a property in the area is £503,523.
The somewhat ominously named Headstone is home to a large London County Council cottage estate, council houses built by London County Council between 1918 and 1939. This is built across 153 acres, housing around 5,000 people.
Headstone is a relatively affluent area, particularly in the Headstone Northward, with the average property price standing at £484,118.
What is the Average Rent in Harrow?
Compare My move have researched the best areas for renting a property in Harrow. Our Harrow removal companies are here to help whether you're buying or renting a house.
The average asking rent in Harrow is £1,494, with a one-bedroom flat costing £1,083 and a 2-bedroom house at £1,414 per month, according to Zoopla.
We’ve taken a look at the top places to rent in Harrow to help you start your property search. Below we've listed 4 areas of Harrow and included the average renting cost as well as the price for a 1-bed flat and 2-bed house.
Described as a quiet, multicultural suburb by Hidden London, Kenton forms the eastern part of Harrow. A large majority of the Kenton you see today was built between WW1 and WW2, with London County Council building the Kenmore Park cottage estate, providing 654 houses across 58 acres.
The average asking rent in Kenton is £1,301, with the cost of a two-bedroom house at £1,566 a month and a 1-bedroom flat £897.
A suburban district in Harrow, Rayners Lane has good connections to the rest of London and boasts a number of retail chains, such as supermarkets, coffee shops and fast-food outlets.
The average asking rent for the area is £1,393, with a 2-bedroom property at £1,284 per month on average and a 1-bedroom flat at £1,054.
This neighbourhood is home to substantial parklands, local amenities and quality schools, making it ideal for young families. Transport links are also a plus for this area, in addition to the large homes available.
The average asking rent for North Harrow is £1,301, with 1-bedroom flats costing £1,308 a month and 2-bedroom houses at £1,023.
South Harrow is located south-west of the affluent Harrow-on-the-Hill. Boasting a diverse high street, an indoor market, restaurants with a wide range of cuisines and two parks, South Harrow certainly has a lot to offer.
The average rent for the area is £1,342, with a 1-bedroom flat costing £1,061 per month and a 2-bedroom house at £1,374.