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An industrial town 45 miles outside London, Sittingbourne is the largest of the three main towns in the Swale Borough. From traditional terraced houses and post-war homes to modern new builds, Sittingbourne has a variety of properties to offer. If you’re moving within the area, our removal partners can assist you whether you are moving up the street or across the town.

If you are looking to move out of the area, we can connect you with the very best removal firms who can move you to the next town, county or across the country. From new apartments to riverside homes, our experienced partners do it all.

By moving with one of our trusted partners, you could save up to 70% on your removal costs.

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    FAQs About Moving to Sittingbourne

    We looked into the moving house process in Sittingbourne to bring you everything you need to know. We found that the area has average property price of £282,363 and an average rental cost of £942 pcm.

    Friday is the most popular day for moving house and August is the most popular month. We calculated that the average cost of moving is £828 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg property price: £282,363
    Avg rental price: £942
    Avg removal costs: £828
    Best time to move: August

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Sittingbourne?

    We found that the average cost of moving house in Sittingbourne is £828 based on the average 3-bedroom house. It is worth keeping in mind that this is an average for and the cost of your move will depend on a number of factors.

    These include the size of your house, the number of belongings being moved, the distance between your property in Sittingbourne and your new home and even the day of the week.

    The lowest you could pay for a removal company in Sittingbourne is £554, with the highest being £945. As Friday is usually a more popular day to move house, this can be a more expensive day to move. Less popular days such as Sunday and Tuesday could be cheaper if you are open to which day you move on.

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    Average Removal Costs in Sittingbourne 2020/2021
    Average Removal Costs in Sittingbourne 2020/2021

    What Is The Best Time of Year To Move in Sittingbourne?

    Our research found that the most popular time of year to move house in Sittingbourne is during the month of August.

    The benefits of a summer move is that the days will be longer, evenings will be lighter and warmer but not too hot as to make the moving process unpleasant. It is also an optimum time for families with children in school as the summer holidays will have started. This means there will be no interuption to their education. This is also an ideal time for those working in education to move house.

    Our data revealed that the least popular time to move in Sittingbourne is during the winter, with just 4% of moves taking place in January. This is followed by December which accounted for 5% of moves.

    The weather could be a factor here, with colder conditions and shorter days potentially impacting a move. Furthermore, December is often a busy and expensive month for many people, making this a less favourable time to organise a house move.

    Popular Months To Move in Sittingbourne 2020/2021
    Popular Months To Move in Sittingbourne 2020/2021

    What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Sittingbourne?

    Our data found that for residents in Sittingbourne, like most of the UK, Friday was the most popular day to move house, with 35% of moves taking place on this day.

    Moving on a Friday gives you weekend to unpack and settle in, without disturbing the typical working week. It also won’t disrupt school hours if you have children of school age.

    In stark contrast, just 6% of moves took place on a Sunday. More than likely this is due to the fact that Sunday is at the end of the weekend, meaning disruption to the week ahead would be likely.

    Another reason Sunday in a less favourable day to move is that many estate agents and solicitors will be closed. This could mean that if there is an issue with your new home, you will likely need to wait until the following day to consult someone.

    Popular Moving Days in Sittingbourne 2020/2021
    Popular Moving Days in Sittingbourne 2020/2021

    What Are The Top Locations for Sittingbourne Movers?

    For those looking to move out of Sittingbourne, we’ve found the most popular locations for residents of the town to move to.

    Below we’ve reviewed the top four locations and their average house prices, allowing you to budget accordingly if you are looking at moving to one of these areas. These include Sheerness, Gillingham, Rochester and London.

    Sheerness is both the most popular and the cheapest location, with an average property price of £263,484. Unsurprisingly, London is the most expensive area of the four, with an average price of £778,402.

    Top 4 Locations for Sittingbourne Movers 2020/2021
    Top 4 Locations for Sittingbourne Movers 2020/2021
    • Sheerness

      Sheerness is the largest town in the Isle of Sheppey, with an overall average price of £263,484, making it the cheapest on our list. The majority of sales in the last year were for detached properties, selling for an average of £344,232.

    • Gillingham

      Gillingham has an average price of £311,129, with prices up 11% on the previous year. Terraced properties were the most popular property type here in the last year, with an average price of £249,900.

    • Rochester

      The historic town of Rochester in Medway has an average property price of £304,072. This is an 8% increase on the previous year. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales here over the last year, selling for an average price of £264,542.

    • London

      London has an average property price of £778,402. Perhaps for this reason. the majority of property sales in London in the last year were for flats, as they are often cheaper than houses in the city. Over the last year flats and apartments sold for an average price of £602,518.