What Are The Average Removal Costs In Tunbridge Wells?
Our latest data from 2020 has revealed that the average removal cost in Tunbridge Wells is £1,591. This cost will vary greatly as it depends on a variety of factors such as the size of the property and the distance to be travelled during the journey. Another major factor will also be the day of the week you choose to move.
As an example of how prices can greatly range, the lowest cost of moving in this area that we could find was £1,183, whilst the highest was £1,998. For a 3-bed home in Tunbridge Wells, the average cost of moving sits at £1,858. To ensure you get the best price for your home move, compare removal quotes with our reliable partners in Tunbridge Wells.compare now
When Is The Best Time Of Year To Move In Tunbridge Wells?
In Tunbridge Wells, we discovered that the most popular month to move house was August, with over 14.8% of movers choosing this time of the year to pack up and move out. Summer is often a favoured time to move house for British movers as the brighter days and warmer weather often makes for the ultimate moving conditions. The summer holidays also ensures that the children's studying is not affected by the chaos of moving house.
The least popular time of year to move in this area was winter, with February being a particular one to avoid. Our data revealed that only 4.8% of movers chose this month to move house last in 2020. This is unsurprising as winter usually bring cold, dark days that make moving slightly more hazardous. The threat of snow can dissuade many people and the Christmas holidays will often get in the way.
No matter what date you choose, we can connect you with experienced and professional moving companies who will happily guide you through the process no matter what the weather. With a few quick details, you could even save up to 70% on your removal costs.
What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Tunbridge Wells?
The most popular day of the week to book a removal company in Tunbridge Wells was Friday according to our data, with 24.2% house removals pencilled in for then. A further 17.5% of movers chose Saturday to move house, proving that many movers much prefer the weekend to organise a removal. With plenty of free time to unpack and settle in, it’s easy to see why this would be the case.
The least favourite day to move house in Tunbridge Wells in 2020 was Sunday, with only 4.8% of house removals taking place. Not only does the working week follow this particular day, but it is also when most estate agents and conveyancing offices are closed. This means less chance of communication between different parties in the property chain and an increased chance of delay.
Whether you choose the weekend or the working week for your moving date, our trusted partners can help you and your belongings safely reach your new home. We only work with verified and experienced removal companies, ensuring your journey is as efficient and organised as possible.
What Are The Top 4 Locations for Tunbridge Wells Movers?
Moving out of Tunbridge Wells? We have helped hundreds of home movers leave the town over the years, connecting them with verified, trusted removal companies who can get the job done safely. Our unique data found that the most popular destination outside of Tunbridge Wells was Crowborough, with 7.3% of movers booking their removal for this destination. Cranbrook, London and Pembury were also popular choices throughout 2020.
For comparison, the current average house price for Tunbridge Wells is £407,539. Property prices have been recovering well since the national lockdowns in 2020, with a recorded annual jump of 6.6% in February 2021 alone.
To help you compare prices during the house-hunting stage, we’ve listed the most popular places below and have added their current average house price using data from rightmove’s area guides.
The affluent town of Crowborough currently has an average sold house price of £445,557. Only 7 miles from Tunbridge Wells and 35 miles from London, it’s a commuter’s haven with excellent transport links. There’s also a range of great schools within the vicinity, perfect for those moving with children.
With annual Literature Festivals and a variety of live vents, Cranbrook is a vibrant town with an average house price of £461,398. With beautiful, modern flats and grand, spacious detached homes, there’s plenty to choose from in this area.
A popular choice for many movers across the UK, London currently has an average sold house price of £741,821, according to rightmove. Although the city has high property prices, the abundance of job opportunities and excellent transportation links often makes it the ideal home for many movers.
Next, we have the village of Pembury with an average house price of £453,655. The village forms part of the Tunbridge Wells Borough and is around 45 miles from London. With historic architecture and open, green spaces, it’s a beautiful area to live in with plenty to see.
What Are The Average Property Prices In Tunbridge Wells?
Despite remaining steady throughout most of 2019, Tunbridge Wells average property price started to decrease throughout 2020. With a large decline between April and July, September saw a slight yearly increase of 0.1% which has since continued. If you’re looking to stretch your budget further during this incline of prices, don’t forget to compare removal quotes to help you save up to 70% on your removal costs.
The current average house price for Tunbridge Wells is £407,539. New-build prices declined rapidly throughout the summer of 2020, but have since started to recover. Detached houses currently have the highest property price according to the UK House Price Index, as they reached an average of £789,417 in February 2021.
To help you through the house-hunting experience, we have listed 4 of the best areas to live within the Tunbridge Wells postcode, accommodating a range of tastes and budgets. We have also included their average house price from rightmove correct as of April 2021 for comparison.
Incredibly higher than Tunbridge Wells’ average, Hartfield currently has an average house price of £1,080,312 according to rightmove. With quaint cottages and green, spacious detached houses, this village definitely has a lot to offer for movers across the UK.
Heathfield is an affluent market town that currently has an average house price of £342,021. With an annual fair, the Heathfield show and a local French market, there’s plenty to see and do in this area. There is also a range of excellent schools for those moving with children.
With just over a 30-minute journey to Tunbridge Wells, Uckfield is next with an average house price of £358,867. From cosy maisonettes to grand detached houses, there’s a variety of property types in this town, catering to all tastes and personalities.
If you’re searching for somewhere within the countryside but with easy connections to nearby towns, the village of Staplehurst is the ideal place for you. The current average house price is £427,048. With picturesque scenery and excellent transport links, it holds the perfect mix of country and town life.
What Is The Average Rent In Tunbridge Wells?
If instead, you’d prefer to rent in Tunbridge Wells then don’t worry, we’ve planned for that too as our team have found some of the cheapest areas to rent within the Tunbridge Wells postcode. We strive to make sure you're fully informed before your move, which is why we've done the hard work for you and have gathered vital information concerning the best areas to rent in the area.
We’ve included each of the areas' average asking rent by using data from the property website, Zoopla correct as of April 2021. For comparison, Tunbridge Wells’ current average asking rent is £1,024 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats averaging at £712 pcm, 1-bedroom houses at £672 pcm and finally, 2-bedroom houses have an average of around £1,248 pcm.
Whether you're buying or renting, our reliable moving companies always go above and beyond to help make your move seamless and stress-free. From safely packing your items to unpacking at your new house, they will always perform to a high standard and get you to your new home with ease.
First on our list is the village of Rotherfield with an average asking rent of £797 pcm, over £300 cheaper than Tunbridge Wells’ current average. If you’re considering house-hunting in this area, it’s important to note that 1-bedroom flats are averaging at £598 pcm, whilst 2-bedroom houses average at £997 pcm.
The market town of Heathfield currently has a fairly affordable average asking rent of £1,075 pcm. For those moving alone or with a partner, 1-bedroom flats average at around £875 pcm. However, 2-bedroom houses now average at £900 pcm.
A recurring favourite, Uckfield has an average asking rent of £1,288 pcm. With over a 30-minute drive to Tunbridge Wells, 1-bedroom flats in this area currently average at £637 pcm. 2-bedroom houses in this town have an average asking rent of £1,101 pcm.
With extravagant detached homes and quaint, modern flats, Crowborough has plenty to offer new movers. The current average asking rent is a surprisingly low £851 pcm, with 1-bedroom flats costing around £698 each month. For those looking for something larger, 2-bedroom houses average at £949 pcm.