How Much Are House Removal Costs In Southampton?
We’ve worked out the average removal company cost in Southampton in £937.19. This is based on the most popular day to move house which is a Friday for our Southampton movers. As the most popular day, Friday is surprisingly not the priciest day to move house. Tuesday takes the crown for the most expensive moving day, costing an average of £1,110.36. However, if Tuesday is the only day that best suits your schedule, don't forget to compare Southampton removal quotes to potentially save up to 70% on the overall cost.
If you’re moving house on a Sunday in Southampton, expect to pay an average of £717.13. With just 6% of moves taking place, removal companies offer a cheap moving day to help boost their work. However, with estate agents and conveyancers offices closed on Sundays, we don’t think it a Sunday move will increase in price or popularity any time soon.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Southampton?
Compare My Move’s research shows that September is the most popular month to move house in Southampton, with 13% of moves taking place. Followed closely by August, 11% of Southampton movers prefer the Summer months for moving house.
There’s no surprise that the season of summer is Southampton’s favourite to move, with longer and warmer days to take advantage of. If you’re moving house with young children, then a summer move will help make a smoother transition with school holidays and time off work.
Winter is Southampton’s least favourite time of year to move house, with just 5% of house moves taking place in January. Followed closely by February, November and December with only 7% of Southampton moves happening in these winter months.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Southampton?
Friday is the most popular day for house removals in Southampton, with a huge 29% of moves taking place on the gateway to the weekend. Saturday comes in second as another favourite moving day for Southampton, with 19% of house removals happening on the weekend.
With the weekend off work to settle in your new house, Friday and Saturday moves will always be popular. It should be noted that most estate agents and conveyancers offices will be closed on Sundays, so if a problem arises, you’ll have to wait until the following Monday to resolve it.
To avoid any delays in your moving house process, a weekday move is advised. A Wednesday move will cost on average £770.03, the second cheapest day of the week to move house, as well as the second least favourite.
What Are The Top 4 Locations for Southampton Movers?
If you’re moving out of Southampton, our verified removal partners are here to help. Compare My Move removal companies offer both local and long-distance moves for wherever your house move takes you. Our research shows that the most popular place to move to from Southampton is Eastleigh, with 8.1% of house removals going there.
Other popular locations include London, Romsey and Fareham. At Compare My Move, we’ve done the hard work for you and gathered data from The UK House Price Index and Rightmove to list the average house price in each popular location for Southampton movers.
The average house price in Southampton is currently £210,954 and offers a wealth of job opportunities and housing, so we don’t blame you if you’re staying put. Whether you’re planning to move locally or relocate out of Southampton, we’ve got you covered.
Excluding Southampton, the most popular location for Southampton movers is Eastleigh, with 8.1% of house removals going there. Situated between Southampton and Winchester, Eastleigh offers a wealth of ‘good’ Ofsted rated primary and secondary schools. The railway town has an average property price of £287,432.
With 4.9% of Southampton movers relocating to London, it’s one of the city’s most popular destinations. Although not the cheapest place to live, London offers a variety of job opportunities as well as a mix of property types. The average house price in London stands at £475,458.
Another favourite amongst Southampton movers is Romsey. With the main property types in the town predominantly Georgian, Victorian or Medieval, Romsey’s average property price is a high £364,321. Romsey offers great transports links and a wealth of independent shops.
Located between Portsmouth and Southampton, Fareham is an old market town with an average property price of £288,054. Fareham boasts an abundance of Georgian townhouses and ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges for further education.
What Are The Average Property Prices in Southampton?
If you’re moving to a different area of Southampton, it’s important to do your research on the average house prices. Luckily we’ve already done the hard work for you, comparing house prices across different locations in Southampton. The current average house price in Southampton is £210,954.
Home to two world-class universities, Southampton boasts a thriving education and job scene. Popular amongst young professionals and families, there’s no surprise that property prices are on the rise with a monthly increase of 0.4% for November 2019.
The price of new-build homes are up by 2.4% over the year to September 2019, whilst existing properties increased by 1.4%. This makes the current average of new build homes and existing properties £227,498 and £209,393, respectively.
Perfectly combining its quaint and colourful village feel with modern developments, Netley is a village rich with history. It has an average house price of £291,034, which is slightly higher than Southampton’s average at £210,954.
A popular location for families, Hedge End offers good schools, green spaces and strong transport links. The average house price in Hedge End is currently £303,567, which is higher than the UK average.
With an average house price of £224,341, Ocean Village boasts modern houses and luxury apartments situated near the River Itchen. The development is home to bars, restaurants, cafes and cinemas.
A popular living area for University of Southampton students, Portswood has an overall average house price of £219,054. Portswood has a community feel and offers a variety of pubs, restaurants and shops.
What Is The Average Rent In Southampton?
If you're not ready to buy a house in Southampton, you might consider renting. There's plenty of opportunity in the rental market, with a variety of property types to pick from. We've done the hard work to help with your search.
If you’re planning on renting a house or flat in Southampton, it’s good to know what to expect in terms of price. The current average asking rent in Southampton stands at £1,416 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing £595 pcm and 2-bedroom houses averaging at £891 pcm.
We’ve put together a list of renting prices in some areas of Southampton, including the overall price of rent and the cost of rent for 1-bedroom flats and 2-bedroom houses. We used data from Zoopla’s area guides.
With an overall asking rent of £886 pcm, Totton has 1-bedroom flats with an asking rent of £719 pcm and 2-bedroom houses averaging at £844 pcm. The area offers a variety of properties including new builds and older properties.
Dating back to the Roman times, Marchwood has an average rent of £935 pcm with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £650 pcm whilst 2-bedroom houses cost £823 pcm. The village is family-friendly with a strong community feel.
Home to the Itchen Valley Country Park, West End has an average asking rent of £964 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £519 pcm and 2-bedroom houses costing £897 pcm.
Famous for its varied nightlife, The Polygon in Southampton has an average rent price of £1,333 pcm with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £589 pcm and 2-bedroom houses costing £878 pcm.