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Looking for a removal company in the Welsh city of Newport? With an average moving cost of £937, we've helped over 900 people move home and save money across Newport in the last year. At Compare My Move, we can connect you with up to 6 verified removal companies, taking the stress out of your house move

An ideal commuter area, Newport is well situated between the Welsh capital city of Cardiff and the city of Bristol over the border. We have several high-quality removal companies in the city, all having undergone our strict verification process. Every removal company must agree to our code of practice and our dedicated business team checks third-party reviews. We also diligently check company documentation to ensure every company has both Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurance.

If you're moving within or from Newport, compare removal firms with us to save up to 70% on your removal costs.

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    FAQs About Moving to Newport

    Compare My Move's hard-working team are committed to gathering the best and most timely information when it comes to your move to or within Newport. The average cost of moving in the city is currently £937 with the best time to move during the summer, with many home movers opting for the month of August.

    Newport is a relatively affordable place to live, with the average property price at £206,359. For those looking to rent in the area, expect to pay on average £670 pcm. Prices can vary from place to place but for the most part, much of the property in Newport is at a far more affordable price than Cardiff and London. 

    When it comes to your home move, Compare My Move will connect you with the most trustworthy and reliable removal firms in the business, ensuring your Newport move is as seamless as possible. 

    Avg property price: £206,359
    Avg rental price: £670
    Avg removal costs: £937
    Best time to move: August

    How Much Are House Removal Costs In Newport?

    Friday is the most popular day to move in Newport, making the average removal costs £937. The most expensive day to move house is a Tuesday with the highest price being £1,110. Save up to 70% on your removal costs by comparing removal quotes with Compare My Move.

    It's good to know that the cheapest day to move house in Newport is a Sunday, with an average cost £717. Sunday is often the least popular day to move as conveyancing and estate agent offices are usually closed, reducing the level of communication in the property chain.

    Wednesday and Saturday are amongst the cheapest days to move, costing £770 and £774. Fill out our quick and easy form today and you’ll save both time and money when comparing Newport removal quotes.

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    Average Removal Costs in Newport 2023
    Average Removal Costs in Newport 2023

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

    According to our data, the best time of year to move to Newport is during the summer, with 31% of our users moving in either June, July or August - with August proving to be the most popular month overall.

    This could largely be down to school holidays, but it could also be due to the fact that the weather is most likely to be good on these, with longer days and less chance of rain.

    The least popular time of year to move is during January, with just 6% of movers opting for this month, with many people reluctant to uproot so close to the festive season.

    Popular Months to Move House in Newport 2023
    Popular Months to Move House in Newport 2023

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

    The most popular day of the week to move home in Newport, according to our data, is on a Friday, with 32% of our customers moving on this day. This is most likely as it’s the gateway to the weekend, giving movers ample time to settle into their new home without disturbing the working week.

    Our data showed that Sunday, at 4.6%, was the least popular day of the week to move house. Many estate agents may be shut on Sunday, as will most conveyancing solicitors, so moving on a Sunday will mean you will need to wait until the next day to address any issues or concerns you may have when moving in.

    Popular Moving Days in Newport 2023
    Popular Moving Days in Newport 2023

    Whether you’re moving in or out of Newport, our trusted removal partners will help with your house move. Our partners accommodate both local and long-distance moves. We found that the most popular location for our Newport movers is Cwmbran, followed closely by Pontypool, Cardiff and Blackwood.

    With almost 9% of all Newport movers packing up and moving to Cwmbran, we can see why, with the average house price set at £195,188, making it more affordable than Newport's average of £206,359. However, the cheapest area on our list is Blackwood, with an average property price of £178,789.

    Top Locations For Newport Movers 2023
    Top Locations For Newport Movers 2023
    • Cwmbran

      Cwmbran was designated as a new town in 1949 to provide employment for the surrounding area. Today, Cwmbran is one of the most popular places for Newport movers. The average house price, at £195,188, is lower than the average for Newport and the area boasts a number of activities for young families including Cwmbran boating lake and Greenmeadow Community Farm.

    • Pontypool

      One of the earliest industrial towns in Wales, Pontypool is the most reasonably priced location on our list, with the average house price at £185,985. Pontypool Park, stretching over 150 acres, is a particular highlight of the area, perfect for nature lovers and families.

    • Cardiff

      The capital of Wales has proved to be the most popular place to move to from Newport. Arguably Cardiff has more to offer, especially in terms of employment. Rent and house prices are more expensive here but are considerably lower than in cities in England such as Bristol and London. The average house price in Cardiff is currently £256,079.

    • Blackwood

      The hometown of the Manic Street Preachers is another popular location for Newport movers. Properties are slightly cheaper here, with an average property price of £178,789. The area offers a range of properties, from new-builds and terraced housing to historic or unusual properties including a converted chapel.

    What Are The Average Property Prices In Newport?

    The average cost of a property in Newport is currently £206,359 according to Rightmove. The city is an ideal location for commuters, perfect for those working in either Cardiff or Bristol and the surrounding areas. The cost of living is considerably cheaper than both locations, especially Bristol.

    Areas of Newport can vary in price, from the cheaper areas such as Maindee to the sought-after Caerleon. Below we’ve research four areas at or below the average price on a home for Newport, to assist you with your property search.

    The cheapest on our list is the area of Maindee, across the river from the city centre, where property prices are an average of £151,691. Just a short walk from the centre of Newport is Allt-yr-Yn which is the most expensive of the four, with an average price of £312,317.

    Average Property Price For Locations in Newport 2023
    Average Property Price For Locations in Newport 2023
    • Allt-Yr-Yn

      Allt -Yr-Yn can be found at the back of Newport train station, a short walk from the city centre. Here you’ll find a mix of terraced properties, large Victorian and Edwardian homes, and the Grade II listed building Shire Hall which has been renovated into a series of apartments. Properties in this area are on average £312,317, having seen a 25% increase on the previous year.

    • Caerleon

      Caerleon is located away from the centre of Newport and is a more tranquil area to live and visit. Here’s you’ll find the Roman Amphitheatre and Museum, in addition to a host of great restaurants, cosy pubs and small shops. It is also host to many beautiful and impressive houses. The average house price here is currently £263,058.

    • Maindee

      Across the river Usk from the city centre is Maindee. Here you’ll find the Old Art College apartments in Clarance Place, in addition to a combination of new build and traditional terraced housing. This is a cheaper area to live than other areas around the city centre, with the average cost of a property in Maindee currently is £151,691.

    • Rogerstone

      Outside of the city, Rogerstone is the location of headquarters of Tiny Rebel brewery. Traditionally an industrial, working-class village, the area has seen recent residential developments providing new build housing for those looking to move to the area. The average cost of a property in Rogerstone is currently at £247,686 .

    What is the Average Rent in Newport?

    If you’re not currently looking to buy a home, renting is an affordable option in Newport. Prices are dramatically lower than the average for Cardiff and Bristol and you’re likely to get a lot more space for your money.

    Much of the properties available to rent are terraced home, however in recent years, a number of stunning buildings have been converted into apartments include Grade II listed buildings such as Shire Hall, the former meeting place for Monmouth County Council, and the Old Arts College on the east bank of the River Usk in Maindee.

    Average Rent (pcm) In Newport 2023
    Average Rent (pcm) In Newport 2023
    • Gold Tops

      Gold Tops is just a stone’s throw away from Newport train station and an easy walk into the town centre. Properties here can be large and Fields Park Road nearby has some of the most impressive and expensive properties in the area. The average cost of rent in Gold Tops is currently £618. You can expect to pay more for a 2-bed house, at £734 pcm, but a one-bed flat can be found at a more reasonable price of £515.

    • Baneswell

      Baneswell is an inner-city district of Newport, close to both the train station and the city centre. The average cost of rent in this area is £670, although a 2-bed house can be rented for just £636 pcm and a one-bed flat at £507 pcm. Properties here largely consist of terraced housing.

    • St Julians

      Bound by the River Usk to the west and the North, St Julians is a little further away from the city centre. Properties available include terraced homes and larger detached properties, many of which have been converted into flats. The average rent in St Julians is £670pcm, with a 2-bed house at £636 and a 1-bed flat costing on average £507 pcm.

    • Stow Hill

      Stow Hill leads straight to the city centre and is only a short walk away from Newport Train station. The properties in this area range from large Victorian homes to terraced housing, with a few buildings featuring small apartments. A 2-bed house costs on average £734 pcm, and a 1 bed-flat at £515 pcm. The average cost of rent overall sits in the middle at £618 pcm.