Compare House Removal Companies in Newton Heath

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    FAQs About Moving to Newton Heath

    We’ve looked into the moving house process in Newton Heath, finding that the cost of a removal company was £938 on average. 

    Our data shows that the most popular day to move house was Friday, with July being the most popular month. The current average property price is £155,937 and the average rental cost of £1,237 pcm. 

    Avg. property price: £155,937
    Avg. rental cost: £1,237 pcm
    Avg. removal cost: £938
    Best time to move: July

    How Much Are House Removal Costs In Newton Heath?

    Having reviewed our unique user data, the average cost of a removal company in Newton Heath is £938. Be aware that the true cost of your move will depend on the size and distance of the move. It will also depend on whether you need additional services, such as packing or storage.

    The time of year or day of the week you move can even be a factor. For example, as Friday is the most popular day to move house in Newton Heath, it may cost more to move on this day.

    The highest average in you can expect is around £1,178, with the lowest coming in at £688. Make sure you compare removal quotes and review what each company can offer you.

    Removal Company Costs in Newton Heath 2021 - 2022
    Removal Company Costs in Newton Heath 2021 - 2022

    What Is The Best Time of Year To Move in Newton Heath?

    According to our user data for the area, July is the most popular time to year to arrange a move among residents. Over 17% of moves in Newton Heath took place during the month of July.

    July is likely favoured as the end of the month marks the start of the school holidays, meaning the school year won’t be disrupted by a move. This applies to families with children and those working in the education sector. It also means the likelihood of better weather and therefore, better moving conditions.

    The least popular time of year to move in Newton Heath is March and December, with less than 5% of moves taking place at this time. During December, days are shorter, evenings are darker and weather conditions often unpredictable. It is also very often an expensive and busy time of year. As a result, this could make it an unpopular time to arrange a house move.

    Popular Months To Move in Newton Heath 2021/2022
    Popular Months To Move in Newton Heath 2021/2022

    What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move in Newton Heath?

    Like most of the UK, the most popular day to move house in Newton Heath was on a Friday, accounting for over 24% of moves in the area. In contrast, less than 5% of our customers arranged moves on a Sunday.

    If you work a traditional Monday to Friday role, moving on a Friday means having the majority of the weekend to unpack and settle into your new home. It also means little to no disruption to the working week or school hours if you are moving with children.

    With this in mind, a Sunday move could be rushed as you hurry to finish the move and unpack before the following working day. Additionally, many estate agents and solicitor offices are closed on Sundays, meaning if there is an issue with the home when you move in, it may not be addressed right away.

    Popular Moving Days in Newton Heath 2021/2022
    Popular Moving Days in Newton Heath 2021/2022

    If you’re looking to move but haven’t decided on an area, we’ve looked at our data to find the most popular areas for residents of Newton Health to move to.

    We’ve looked into the four most popular destinations to move to among our Newton Heath users and included the average price and most popular property type for each area.

    Among our users in Newton Heath, Manchester was the most popular location to call home, with Oldham being the most affordable. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the most expensive location on our list was London, with an average property price of £828,327.

    Top 4 Locations for Newton Heath Movers 2021/2022
    Top 4 Locations for Newton Heath Movers 2021/2022
    • Manchester

      The city of Manchester had an overall average property price of £251,209 over the last year. Semi-detached homes made up the majority of sales, selling for £280,137 on average.

    • Oldham

      Oldham is the most affordable area on our list, with an average property price of £180,284, up 25% on 2019 prices. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales in the area.

    • Salford

      Salford has an average property price of £220,031. The majority of sales in the area were for flats, selling for £198,526 on average.

    • London

      The most expensive of the four, London has an average property price of £828,327. Flats made up the majority of sales in the city of the last year, selling for £602,718 on average.