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If you’re looking for a removal company in Stoke, then look no further than Compare My Move. We’ve got a network of trusted and verified Stoke removal companies that can help make your house move stress-free.

To give you peace of mind, our removal companies go through a strict verification process before they can join us. They must have Goods in Transit insurance and Public Liability insurance to reassure you your personal belongings are covered throughout the move.

Here at Compare My Move, we work hard to match you with up to 6 professional removal companies in Stoke, even helping you to save up to 70% off your removal costs, too. Save time, money and stress on your move today.

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    FAQs About Moving to Stoke

    Compare My Move's team work hard to gather all the information you need for your upcoming move to Stoke. We can reveal the average cost of a removal company in Stoke is £1,117. We also found that May is the best month to move house. 

    The average property price in Stoke is £141,711 and the average rental price is £645 pcm. These are all averages and your total cost will vary, that's why it's vital to comapre removal company quotes to get the best

    Avg property price: £141,711
    Avg rental price: £645 pcm
    Avg removal costs: £1,117
    Best time to move: May

    How Much Are House Removal Costs In Stoke?

    The average cost of removal company in Stoke is £1,117, this is for a 3-bedroom house move. Our previous movers found that the average lowest price paid was £540, while the highest price paid was £1,695.

    Your removal company cost will vary depending on distance travelled, day and month of move and if you require any additional moving services from the removal company. To ensure you get the best deal for your move, it's important to compare differnet days and months to see what time of year is

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    Average Removal Costs in Stoke 2020-2021
    Average Removal Costs in Stoke 2020-2021

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

    The best time of year for a house move in Stoke is May, with 13.45% of people booking their removal company then. June is another popular month for Stoke moves, with a further 11.96% opting for a summer move.

    It’s not a surprise that the summer season is a popular time for our Stoke movers, with more daylight and warmer temperatures helping to make moving day that little bit easier. As these months are in demand, don’t forget to book your removals company in advance to avoid any disappointment or delays.

    January is a month that many people avoid for a house move due to the cold weather and being so close to Christmas and New Year celebrations. No removal companies were booked in Stoke for January or September. Many families avoid a September move to avoid any disruption to the new school year.


    Popular Months to Move House in Stoke 2020-2021
    Popular Months to Move House in Stoke 2020-2021

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

    The most popular day of the week for a house move in Stoke is Friday, with 27.50% of all moves taking place on the gateway to the weekend. Followed by a Saturday move, a further 21.23% opt for a weekend move.

    The day that saw the least removal companies booked was a Sunday, with just 5.83% of moves taking place. As many estate agents’ offices closed on Sundays, many people avoid booking a removal company this day to avoid any disruption to the chain.

    Tuesday is another unpopular day for a Stoke move, with just 8.67% of moves taking place. It’s worth comparing removal quotes for different days of the week as some removal companies might offer discounts on days that aren’t in high demand.

    Popular Moving Days in Stoke 2020-2021
    Popular Moving Days in Stoke 2020-2021

    The most popular location for a house move outside of Stoke is Stafford, with a huge 20% moving there. Other popular locations are Newcastle, Stone and Uttoxeter, seeing 9.35%, 6.07% and 3.04% of people booking removal companies to these areas.

    The market town of Stafford has an average property price of £215,952, which is more affordable than the UK’s average but higher than Stoke’s. Stafford offers property for a range of tastes and budgets, from period terraced houses to new-build flats and apartments.

    Below we’ve listed the 4 most popular locations for our Stoke movers, including the average price of property and some important details about each area to help with your house hunt.

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    Top Locations For Stoke Movers 2020-2021
    Top Locations For Stoke Movers 2020-2021
    • Stafford

      With a huge 20.33% of all moves going to Stafford, we can see why. Offering a variety of property types and a wealth of pubs, cafes and restaurants, Stafford’s average house price is £215,952.

    • Newcastle

      home to two universities, excellent school and a varied social scene, we can see why 9.35% of people moved from Stoke to Newcastle. In 2021, the average house price in Newcastle is £221,970.

    • Stone

      Home to Staffordshire’s largest food market, Stone boasts rich history, great schools and plenty of restaurants and bars. The average house price in Stone is £258,569.

    • Uttoxeter

      Boasting victorian terraces and larger detached properties too, Uttoxeter is extremely well connected with transport links. The average house price stands at £231,708.

    What Are The Average Property Prices In Stoke?

    In 2021, the average house price in Stoke is £141,711. The most popular property type in 2021 were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £143,289. Terraced properties sold for an average of £97,542 and detached properties averaged at £224,596.

    Property prices remain low in Stoke, much more affordable than the UK’s average. Though prices saw an 11.2% yearly increase in March 2021 and a 0.3% monthly increase up from February.

    Below we take a look at 4 areas of Stoke, all offering more affordable property prices than Stoke’s average. One area we look at, Hanley, has an average house price as low as £101,458.

    Average Property Price For Locations in Stoke 2020-2021
    Average Property Price For Locations in Stoke 2020-2021
    • Tunstall

      Just an hour from Manchester and Birmingham, Tunstall is a great commuter town, with house prices remaining low at £121,515.

    • Burslem

      Burslem has an average house price of £105,587, with the majority of sales in during 2021 being terraced properties, selling for an average price of £85,108.

    • Hanley

      Benefited from regeneration projects, Hanley offers one of the most affordable property prices in Stoke at £101,458. Boasting the ‘cultural quarter’, Hanley is home to theatres, museums and galleries.

    • Middleport

      The most popular property type in Middleport during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £98,250. The average house price in Middleport is £111,450.

    What is the Average Rent in Stoke?

    If you’re planning to rent in Stoke, then we’ve done the all-important research. In 2021, the average rent in Stoke is £645 pcm. You can rent a one-bedroom flat for £416 pcm and a two-bedroom house for £552 pcm.

    We’ve looked at 4 areas of Stoke that offer affordable rent options to help with your house hunt. Locations we’ve looked at are Longton, Fenton, Burslem and Hanley, all but Hanley offer cheaper renting options than Stoke’s average.

    For example, Burslem’s average rent is £476 pcm, almost £200 cheaper than Stoke’s average. It’s worth doing your research on what kind of area you want to live in and what your budget is.

    Average Rent (pcm) In Stoke 2020-2021
    Average Rent (pcm) In Stoke 2020-2021
    • Longton

      if you’re looking to rent in Longton, the average rent is £488 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing £422 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging at £463 pcm.

    • Fenton

      The average rent in Fenton is £492 pcm. You can expect to pay £342 pcm for a one-bedroom flat and £410 pcm for a two-bedroom house.

    • Burslem

      Burslem’s average rent is £476 pcm, with one-bedroom flats averaging at £427 pcm and two-bedroom houses only £471 pcm.

    • Hanley

      If you’re moving to Hanley, the average rent will be £662 pcm. One-bedroom flats cost around £493 pcm and two-bedroom houses average at £588 pcm.

    Some Happy Stoke On Trent Movers

    Our Stoke On Trent removal partners go above and beyond to ensure a stress-free moving day, providing a reliable, confident and friendly service.

    But don’t just take our word for it: check out the beaming reviews from some very happy Stoke On Trent movers below. Let us know about your move and get removal quotes.

    "Excellent service and polite staff always friendly happy to help, couldn’t do enough to help."

    Sara Jackson on 20/04/21

    Moving from Stone

    "5star - couldn’t have asked for a better service. Hard working and friendly!
    Reasonable price and no loop holes.
    Have recommended to friends who have equally been as impressed as I was"

    Victoria Robbins on 27/09/19

    Moving from Newcastle

    "Friendly and professional, very pleased with the whole experience"

    Chloe Lewis on 14/07/19

    Moving from Stoke-On-Trent

    "The guys were cheerful and efficient and the price was good compared to others too"

    Beverly Steel on 12/07/19

    Moving from Stoke-On-Trent

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