How Much Are House Removal Costs In Swansea?
We have analysed our data from past Swansea movers to work out how much you can expect to pay for your Swansea removals. Compare My Move’s data shows that the average house removal cost in Swansea is £1,396.06.
Our data shows that the lowest you could pay for your move could be £1,1776.53, with the highest price standing at £1,615.59. Don’t forget to compare Swansea removal quotes with Compare My Move to get the best deal on your house removal.compare now
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in Swansea?
We have analysed our data to reveal the most popular time of year to move house in Swansea. Our data reveals that the most popular month for our Swansea movers is August, with 11.87% moves happening. Many people prefer moving house in the Summer with the longer and warmer days.
Summer is the most popular seasons for our Swansea movers, with July coming in as the second favourite with 11.43% of house moves taking place. September is another popular month for moves in Swansea, with 10% of moves enjoying the last days of Summer.
The Winter is the least favourite season for Swansea movers, with the months of December and January carrying out just 5.53% and 6.52% moves respectively. Surprisingly, May is the third least favourite month to move house in Swansea, with just 6.73% of moves happening.
What is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Swansea?
Compare My Move’s data shows that Friday is the most popular day of the week for our Swansea movers. A huge 27.13% of all Swansea moves took place on the gateway to the weekend. Many people prefer a Friday move as they have the weekend to settle in and not take as much time off work.
However, Monday is the second most popular day to move, with 17.42% of all Swansea moves happening at the beginning of the week. Many people like to complete on a Monday as it gives them the whole week to iron out any issues with their conveyancing process.
The least favourite day for a Swansea house move is Sunday, with only 6.02% of all moves happening. This is followed closely by Tuesday, with only 10% of all Swansea house moves taking place.
Most Popular Locations for Swansea Movers?
If you’re looking to move out of Swansea, we have partners that accommodate both local and long-distance house moves. We’ve done the research to reveal the most popular locations for our Swansea movers.
Our data shows that the most popular area for Swansea movers in Llanelli, with 31.18% relocating here. Other locations include Neath, Port Talbot and Cardiff with 22.05%, 17.30% and 14.26% moves taking place, respectively.
We’ve listed the 4 most popular destinations to move to from Swansea, including their average house price and some important information on each area.
The most popular destination for Compare My Move Swansea movers, Llanelli is the largest town in Carmarthenshire. Only 10 miles northwest of Swansea, Llanelli has an average property price of £158,821. Home to the Millennium Coastal Park, Llanelli is filled with plenty of green space that runs along the 22km of coastline.
Just a 20-minute car ride from Swansea, Neath is the second most popular location for our Swansea movers. A huge 22.05% of Compare My Move’s Swansea users relocated here, and we can see why. Boasting plenty of green spaces, Neath is close to the coast and has a bustling high street.
Another favourite location for our Swansea movers is Port Talbot, with 17.30% of moves. Property in Port Talbot remains cheap, with the average selling price in the last year at £121, 692, according to Rightmove. East of Swansea Bay, Port Talbot is an ideal commuter town, close to cities like Cardiff and Swansea.
A lot of Swansea movers decided to pack up and move to the capital. With a bigger city centre than Swansea and more job opportunities, we can see why. Cardiff is home to great primary and secondary schools and offers a varied social scene including independent bars and restaurants as well as chain favourites.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Swansea?
Compare My Move have researched the best areas to live in Swansea to help with your house hunt. The property market in Swansea remains affordable and under the national UK average. The average house price in Swansea is £146,658.
At Compare My Move, we have a network of professional, reliable and trusted removal companies to make sure your house move in Swansea is stress-free. We can also save you up to 70% on your removal costs.
We’ve listed 4 areas of Swansea that offer a range of property types and prices to help with your search. We’ve included the average house price as well as some important information on the area.
Home to The University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Townhill is a mainly residential area that’s popular with students. Boasting affordable property prices, the average house price in Townhill is £133,134.
Swansea City Centre
Swansea City Centre also offers affordable property, with the average house price almost £100,000 under the UK average at £153,774. Swansea City Centre is within walking distance to the beach, providing the best of both worlds.
Close to the stunning beaches Three Cliffs Bay, Bracelet Bay and Limeslade Bay, Killay offers a variety of property types with the average costing £256,761. The small village has everything you need, including pharmacies, doctors, pubs and cafes.
Mumbles is a sought after area of Swansea, with the average house price costing £383,925. Home to stunning detached properties with balconies overlooking the beach, Mumbles marks the beginning of the Gower peninsula coastline.
What is the Average Rent in Swansea?
If you’re looking to rent in Swansea, there are plenty of opportunities. Swansea is a student city, so there is an abundance of properties available to rent. There are large terraced homes as well as flats to choose from.
Our Compare My Move partners accommodate all types of move, whether you are buying or renting. No job is too big or too small for our removal companies, so make sure you compare quotes for your move to Swansea.
We’ve done the hard work and researched 4 areas of Swansea that offer affordable rent. We’ve included the average rent price, the price for a 1-bedroom flat, a 2-bedroom house as well as featuring some important information on the location.
Just a 10-minute drive from Swansea City Centre, Port Tenant is another affordable renting option. The overall average renting price is £641 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £505 pcm and 2-bedroom houses costing around £719 pcm.
Sketty offers affordable renting options, with the average rental price at £768 pcm. You can rent a 1-bedroom flat for £556 pcm and a 2-bedroom house for around £622 pcm. Offering a great community feel, Sketty has everything you need.
Uplands boasts a strip of independent bars, cafes and restaurants that’s popular with locals as well as students. The average rent is £840 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing £503 and 2-bedroom houses averaging at £598.
A popular location for university students, Brynmill offers sea views and walking distance to town and Singleton Park. The average rent price in Brynmill is £943 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing £467 and 2-bedroom houses averaging at £573 pcm.