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Looking for a residential moving company in York? With an average cost of moving at £937, we've helped hundreds of movers save both time and money in the area by matching them with up to 6 verified and reviewed local removal companies.

Voted Sunday Times ‘Best Place to Live’ in 2018, York is famous for its cobbled streets, stunning architecture and 13th-century Gothic cathedral. Whether you’re moving within the area to places like Holgate, Bootham or Clifton, or out of York completely, we can connect you with the best companies to suit your move.

Our partners are fully qualified and experienced to carry out a variety of residential moves regardless of the size of your home or the number of belongings you are moving. In addition to matching you with reliable, local companies, we can help you to save up to 70% on the cost along the way.

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    FAQs About Moving to York

    We looked into the moving process in York to bring you everything you need to know. We found that the average property price in the area is £306,740, with the average rent at £1,266 pcm.

    Friday is the most popular day for moving house and August is the favourite time of year. We calculated that the average cost of moving is £937 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg property price: £306,740
    Avg. rental price £1,266 pcm
    Avg. removal cost £937
    Best time to move August

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In York?

    We found that the average removal costs for a residential move in York are £937. According to our research and data, the highest you can expect to pay for a company in the area is around £1,110, with the lowest being £717.

    Removal companies will base their costs on the size of your property, the number of belongings being moved, the distance between your new and old home and sometimes even what day of the week you move. As Friday is the most popular day to move house in York, it is likely it will also be the most expensive.

    Costs will also depend on whether or not you use additional services, such as professional packing or storage options.

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    Average Removal Costs in the UK 2020/2021
    Average Removal Costs in the UK 2020/2021

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

    Our research found that the most popular time of year to move house in York is during the month of August. This is likely due to the fact that August falls during the school summer holidays, meaning little to no disruption to school for families with children. This is also an ideal time for those working in education to move.

    Beyond that, August also offers longer and warmer days, making for a more pleasant moving and unpacking process. Second to August isn the month of July, which is likely popular for the same reasons.

    In contrast, the least popular time to move house is towards the start of the year and early spring. April accounts for less than 3% of moves, with March and February also less popular.

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

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

    In line with the majority of the UK, Friday proved to be the most popular day to move house among our York users. Over 24% of moves took place in the area on the last day of the working week, four times the amount of moves that happened on a Sunday.

    Moving house on a Friday means minimal disruption to both the traditional working week and to school hours if you are moving with children. It means having the entire weekend to unpack, settle in and get to know your new neighbourhood.

    Moving on a Sunday, the least popular day to move in York, could mean rushing to be done in time for work the following day. Additionally, many estate agents and solicitor offices are closed on a Sunday, meaning if there is any kind of issue or concern upon moving into your new home, addressing the problem will likely be delayed.

    Popular Moving Days in York 2020/2021
    Popular Moving Days in York 2020/2021

    What Are The Top Locations for York Movers?

    For those wanting to move out of York, we’ve found the most popular locations for residents of the area to move to, according to our unique user data.

    We’ve looked at the top four locations and their average house prices, allowing you to budget accordingly if you are looking to move to one of these areas.

    The most popular areas of the four were London, which is also the most expensive, and the historic market town of Selby, the cheapest of the four. Costly cities such as Bristol and Edinburgh were also favourites among York movers.

    Top 4 Locations for York Movers 2020/2021
    Top 4 Locations for York Movers 2020/2021
    • London

      The most expensive area on our list, London has an average property price of £783,377, with prices increasing year on year. Flats made up the majority of sales, selling for an average of £597,701. Semi-detached properties sold for almost double, at an average of £1,093,639.

    • Selby

      The closest area of the four is also the cheapest, with an average property price of £176,940. The majority of property sales in Selby in the last year were for semi-detached properties, selling for around the average for the area. Terraced properties were cheaper at an average of £144,777, with detached homes selling for £252,303 on average.

    • Bristol

      The vibrant city of Bristol is the second most expensive area on our list, with an average property price of £359,969, up 7% on the previous year. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales, selling for an average price of £343,051.

    • Edinburgh

      The popular Scottish city of Edinburgh has seen a decrease in property prices in recent years, currently 29% down on 2007 prices when the average property sold for £438,686. However, in the last year, prices have seen an increase, with the average property selling for £313,609.