How Much Are House Removal Costs In Peterborough?
We've studied our data to reveal average removals costs to help you prepare for your move. The average cost of a removal company in Peterborough is £937. Our movers saw the lowest price of £717 and the highest price paid for a removal company was £1,110. The true cost of your removal company will depend on how far you're travelling, size of house, services you require and the rate of the removal company.
Your removal company cost will also depend on the day of the week and time of the year. We'll go into further detail below, but if you're flexible on moving it's always worth comparing quotes for different times to get the best deal for your move.
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Peterborough?
Our data reveals that the best month for a house move in Peterborough is May, with 12.07% of people booking a removal company then. It’s clear that people prefer to move house in the summer, with a further 11.78% of moves booked for June. With May and June promising warmer weather and brighter days, we can see why they’re a popular time to move.
February is by far the least popular when it comes to moving house in Peterborough, with just 3.45% booking their removal company. October is the second least favourite time of year for a move, seeing only 4.02% of removal companies booked in Peterborough. October and February generally are colder times of the year, so it’s not a surprise people avoid moving in these months.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Peterborough?
Friday is the best day to move house in Peterborough, with 24.14% opting for a weekend move. A further 17.82% chose to book their removal company on a Saturday and with extra time off work to settle in your new home, we think it’s a great idea. You should book your removal company in advance if you’re after a weekend move, as it’s a popular time throughout the UK.
The least popular day to book a removal company in Peterborough is a Tuesday, with just 8.33% wanting a mid-week move. It’s clear a mid-week move is unpopular in Peterborough, with Wednesday only seeing 9.77% of all moves. It’s important to remember that some removal companies might run special offers on days that are in low demand.
Most Popular Locations for Peterborough Movers?
If you’re moving out of Peterborough, it’s important to research a range of areas. The most popular location for a house move outside of Peterborough is Huntingdon, with 9.12% of all moves going here. Other popular locations were Cambridge, King’s Lynn and London.
With King’s Lynn’s average house price more affordable than both Peterborough and the UK’s average at £189,048, we can see why it’s popular. It doesn’t come as a surprise that London made the list of popular locations, with a wealth of green space and career opportunities, many people look past the high house prices.
We’ve listed each location and provided an insight into the average house price and local information to help with your house hunt.
The market town of Huntington is filled with historic streets and houses. With 9.12% of all Peterborough movers going here, it’s important to note that the average house price in Huntingdon is £336,037.
Home to “outstanding” rated primary and secondary schools, property is sought after in Cambridge at £533,838. Although it’s a cheaper alternative to living in London and we can see why 4.23% moved here.
- King’s Lynn
Cobbled streets and 18th-century architecture are what attracts people to King’s Lynn. property remains affordable here too, with the average house price in King’s Lynn at £189,048.
Despite its high property price of £790,833, many people move to London from all around the UK. With a varied night life and endless job opportunities, we can see why almost 5% of moves went here.
How Much Are Average Property Prices In Peterborough?
In 2021, the average house price in Peterborough is £218,638. Over the last year, sales of semi-detached properties were the most popular, selling for an average of £201,637. Detached properties sold for an average of £310,868 and terraced properties went for £166,730.
As of March 2021, house prices in Peterborough saw a yearly increase of 5.5%, making a recovery from their -1.2% dip in October. Existing properties are far more popular than new builds, with 146 sold in January compared to just the 1 new build.
Fengate offers property for an average of £133,600 which is more affordable than Peterborough’s average. Below we explore 4 areas in Peterborough to help with your house hunt. We list their average property price as well as some important details to help narrow down your area of choice.
- New Fletton
The average house price in New Fletton is £195,238, with the majority of sales in the area during the last year being semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £191,896.
home to plenty of green space and excellent primary and secondary schools, Hampton prides itself on its community feel. The average house price in Hampton is £260,518.
The majority of sales in Eastgate during the last year were terraced properties which sold for £146,548, but the average house price in the area is £156,234.
Property is much more affordable in Fengate than in Peterborough on average and the UK’s average. Houses in Fengate sell for an average of £133,600 in 2021.
What is the Average Rent in Peterborough?
You might be planning on renting in Peterborough instead of buying. We’ve researched the average rent in Peterborough and included specific areas in Peterborough that offer rental properties.
In 2021, the average rent in Peterborough is £686 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing around £545 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £746 pcm. One of the areas we’ll look at is Woodston, which offers more affordable rent than Peterborough’s average, with the average rent in Woodston being £502 pcm.
Below we explore in further detail 4 areas of Peterborough and take a look at their average rent as well as the rent for a one-bedroom flat and a two-bedroom house.
If you’re looking to rent in Woodston, you can expect to pay around £502 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £448 pcm and two-bedroom houses costing around £793 pcm.
To rent in Whittlesey, expect to pay £688 pcm on average. For a one-bedroom flat, you can expect to pay £550 pcm and £726 pcm on average for a two-bedroom house.
The average rent in Stanground is £904 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £641 pcm and two-bedroom houses costing around £783 pcm.
Breton’s average rent is £628 pcm on average. You can expect to pay £467 pcm for one-bedroom flats and around £776 pcm for two-bedroom houses in the area.