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Save up to 70% on Your Nottingham Removal Costs by Using Compare My Move

Looking for a reliable and affordable removal company in Nottingham? Then Compare My Move is the place to be - we are a leading removal cost comparison service who can help you find the best removal firms in the business. We only work with the most trusted and qualified companies, connecting you with up to 6 verified removal firms in your local area.

Locating dependable removal companies can be time-consuming, which is why we have everything you need in one simple service. Compare My Move carry out a strict verification process to ensure that all of our removal partners have Public Liability insurance and Goods in Transit insurance, ensuring your items are fully protected. Rest assured, you’ll receive a professional, efficient service whilst saving up to 70% on your removal costs. 

Our team has helped hundreds of people in and around the city find a removals service that meets their needs. Whether you’re moving across the street or across the country, we’ll ensure our partners can accommodate your every requirement. Give yourself the gift of a smooth and simple move by using Compare My Move today.

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Need a Nottingham removals company you can trust? Look no further than Compare My Move - our passionate team verify all of our removal partners to ensure they can perform to the highest of standards, making your move as smooth and organised as possible.

With over 30 years of experience in the removals and storage industry, Compare My Move knows exactly what to look for when it comes to quality removal services. We carefully handpick every partner that enters our network and ensure they’re each put through a strict verification process so we know that they can work to our high standards. Our team also collects real reviews from real home movers, so you know that our partners can deliver the most reliable services.

All you have to do is fill out our quick and simple form to be connected with up to 6 verified and trusted moving companies in Nottingham. Don’t be afraid to ask our partners questions and discuss any issues you may have once they get in touch. No matter what the requirements, our removal partners are here to make your move as easy and efficient as possible.

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    How Much Are House Removal Costs In Nottingham?

    Compare My Move’s latest data has revealed that the average cost of moving house in Nottingham is £716.54. 

    The cost of your removal will depend on a variety of factors like the size of the property you’re moving and the distance to be travelled. The day of the week can also be a factor which is why prices will often vary. The lowest cost of moving in this area sits at £533, with the highest average at £880.08. 

    For a 3-bed home in Nottingham, the average cost of moving sits at £661.27, which is slightly below the city’s overall average.

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

    Our research shows that August is the most popular time of year to move house in Nottingham, with 13.8% of movers choosing this month. This is unsurprising as Summer is often a popular time for moving house due to the longer, brighter days and clearer traffic from the school holidays. 

    Summer is so popular, in fact, that it’s also the most favoured time of the year to move house across the whole of the UK. The school holidays mean that there’s no disrupting your children’s learning, whilst the Summer weather brings longer days and more sunshine. If you’re thinking of booking a Summer move, don’t forget to compare removal quotes to beat the competition early. 

    Winter, however, is the least popular day to move house across the UK. Nottingham movers also agree as February is the least favourite month to move house, with only 5.6% of removals occurring during this month last year. Not only does Winter bring an abundance of rain and snow, but the temperature quickly plummets. No one wants to move in the freezing cold!

    Popular Months To Move in Nottingham

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

    With 16.8% of Nottingham removals booked on this day, Monday is the most popular day to move house. As most banks and conveyancing offices are shut on Sundays, moving on a Monday provides you with the entire week to ensure things go smoothly, providing you with constant communication with your conveyancer.

    Surprisingly, Saturday is the least popular day to move house in Nottingham, with only 10.7% of movers choosing this day. Despite the weekend providing ample amounts of free time, it also means that children are home from school which can sometimes cause disruption. Also, your conveyancer’s office will most likely be closed the following day, meaning fewer options to communicate if things should go wrong.

    Popular Moving Days in Nottingham

    What Are The Top 5 Locations for Nottingham Movers?

    Moving out of Nottingham? We’ve got you covered - Compare My Move has previously helped hundreds of movers leave the city, connecting them with the most reliable and professional removal companies available. The most popular location for those moving out of Nottingham is London, with 4.93% of removals happening in England’s capital. Other popular locations include Mansfield, Derby, Loughborough and Newark. 

    No matter what the distance, you can rest assured that our removal partners will stop at nothing to get you to your new home. To help you budget for your move, we’ve included the average house price in each location, using data from the UK House Price Index and Right Move. The current average house price in Nottingham is £148,532.

    Top 5 Locations for Nottingham Movers

    1. London 

    A recurring favourite amongst British movers, London is first on our list with an average property price of £483,922. With great transport links, higher salaries and a range of job opportunities, it’s easy to see why many movers flock to England’s capital. 

    2. Mansfield 

    A popular market town in Nottinghamshire, Mansfield currently has an average property price of £137,807. The area often attracts families due to the many green spaces and close-knit community. 

    3. Derby

    The City of Derby has an average house price of £166,632 and is a highly popular destination for our Nottingham movers. It’s an incredibly vibrant and diverse city, with plenty of great transport links for those considering a daily commute.

    4. Loughborough 

    With an average property price of £214,412, Loughborough is home to the Charnwood Museum and Loughborough FC. The town boasts excellent transport links and is home to the many students who attend Loughborough University. 

    5. Newark 

    Newark is a popular market town with an average house price of £179,556. It’s important to note that if you’re searching for a home within the Newark and Sherwood district as a whole, then the average price increases up to £192,863.

    What Are The Average Property Prices In Nottingham?

    Throughout 2019, Nottingham’s average house price remained steady for most months. They began to slightly rise between October and December, but again, they plateaued and remained around £148,532. Don’t forget to use Compare My Move to compare removal quotes to stretch your budget further and ensure you save as much as possible on your removal costs. 

    If you’re looking for a new-build property when moving to Nottingham, it’s important to note that they are slightly more expensive than existing properties, with an average house price of £188,552. To save money when you need it most, compare removal quotes to find the perfect company for you and your requirements. 

    Average Property Price in Nottingham

    To help you through the house-hunting experience, we’ve listed 5 of the cheapest areas to live in Nottingham and have included their current average asking price for comparison. To ensure accuracy, we’ve used the most recent data from Zoopla’s area guides

    Here are the top 5 areas that offer affordable housing.

    1. Forest Fields 

    An inner-city area, Forest Fields is number one on our list with an affordable average asking price of £123,000. Close to Nottingham’s city centre, it’s a great area for commuters with excellent transport links. Don’t forget to treat yourself by stopping by the local vegan and vegetarian bakery for delicious goodies.

    2. Lenton Abbey 

    Close to the University of Nottingham is the Lenton Abbey housing estate with an average asking price of £138,333. It was once a farming village but is now a large housing estate and neighbourhood with frequent buses taking residents to Nottingham City Centre. 

    3. Aspley 

    Next is Aspley, with a current and affordable average asking price of £139,583. The area is a council estate and ward of the city of Nottingham, with regular transportation available for those looking to commute.

    4. Bulwell 

    Only 4.5 miles from the city centre, Bulwell is a quaint market town with an average asking price of £145,512. With three tram stations, a train station, a taxi rank and plenty of bus stations to choose from, it’s definitely a haven for commuters.  

    5. Daybrook 

    A suburb of Arnold in Nottinghamshire, Daybrook has an average asking price of £148,000. There is a range of architecturally beautiful churches to view as well as the Home Brewery, which is now officially known as the ‘Sir John Robinson House’. 

    What Is The Average Rent In Nottingham?

    If you prefer to rent in Nottingham, then don’t worry, we’ve got you covered too! To help with your house-hunting, Compare My Move has found some of the cheapest places to live in the area with their average asking rent for comparison. Nottingham’s current average asking rent is £921 pcm. The data we’ve used comes from the property website, Zoopla.

    Average Rent (pcm) in Nottingham

    1. Sherwood

     Only 1.5 miles from Nottingham City Centre, Sherwood has an average asking rent of £592 pcm, almost £400 less than the city’s average. If you’re considering downsizing, the average asking rent for a 1-bedroom flat is £465 pcm . For those looking for something bigger, a 2-bedroom house average at £676 pcm. 

    2. Bulwell

    From bungalows to spacious, detached homes, Bulwell has plenty to offer with an average asking rent of £673 pcm. 2-bedroom houses currently average at £610 pcm, whilst 1-bedroom flats have an average of £498 pcm.

    3. Lenton

    Lenton offers a range of modern flats and apartments with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £492 pcm. The overall average asking rent in this area is £695 pcm, with 2-bedroom houses currently averaging at  £857 pcm.

    4. Wollaton

    Wollaton has a variety of property types for sale, with the current average asking rent being £714 pcm. Those looking for 1-bedroom flats can expect to pay around £537 pcm, whilst the average asking rent for 2-bedroom houses increases it to £823 pcm.

    5. Sneinton 

    A village and suburb of Nottingham, Sneinton is last on our list with an average asking rent of £772 pcm. If you’re searching for more spacious properties, 2-bedroom houses currently average at £639 pcm. However, for those looking for something smaller, 1-bedroom flats average at £481 pcm.

    Some Happy Nottingham Movers

    Rest assured, our Nottingham removal partners always go the extra mile to provide a professional, organised and efficient service to all of our users. But don’t just take our word for it - take a look at the glowing reviews from real Nottingham movers.

    "Fantastic from start to finish
    Took care of my furniture was very friendly and confident
    Explained what they was loading next
    Excellent all round service"

    Elaine Ford on 28/02/20

    Moving from Mansfield

    "I could not have been more satisfied and have left an appropriate review on their website. I could recommend them with absolutely no reservations."

    Graham on 02/11/19

    Moving from Mansfield

    "They were absolutely superb. Couldn’t fault them. We’ve moved a few times and these guys were the best"

    Richard Davey on 17/10/19

    Moving from Nottingham

    "Fantastic move! The guys were patient, funny, hardworking and above all very accommodating. Moving a family of 5 including a 5 months old baby. Big thumbs up and I hope I never move again, but if I ever do, it will be these guys!! Cant thank you enough. A million stars of i could have them."

    Cathrine on 03/10/19

    Moving from Mansfield

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

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