Average house removal cost

If you are happy to do your packing no matter the volume we can give various hints and tips how to pack properly especially the fragile goods, even more you can leave it to us to do it, in average for a part load between Western Europe the cost is around £150/cubic meter or around £1/kg, whichever is greater.

The higher the volume but not the weight, the cheaper will become at around £100 /cubic meter to and from South of France or to around £60-70 /cubic meter in moves from Belgium, Netherlands or Paris radius to London, it depends on the personal circumstances.

If this numbers doesn't mean anything for you, then send us an email or give us a call and you will have the quotation on the spot.

The costs for moves when we'll do the full packing differs from case to case, on the number of movers working on the job if a complete export wrapping is required or only packing the fragile things or wrapping the furniture in blankets whilst in transit which comes as a standard services, in average a one bedroomm flat from Belgium, Netherlands or Paris area to London will be around £1350 whilst for a studio or one bedroom flat, lets say around 500cuft or 17m3 from Monaco, Switzerland or Germany the cost will be around £2500 with full insurance cover included.









London Property Prices Higher Than Monte Carlo!

I recently did an article on the phenomenal rate at which the London property market is growing. It seems this latest trend of growth just continues to gain more and more momentum as the months pass by and London properties for sale are now on average more expensive than properties in Monte Carlo, making prime property the most expensive of its kind in the world!

The study carried out by a London estate agent has revealed that a London property that costs around the 5 million mark is currently being sold at a rate of about 4000 per square foot of property. This is significantly more than Monaco which is second on the list and selling property at an average of 2190 per square foot of property. To give you an idea of how expensive this is, picture a normal sized walk-in closet in central London. At a price tag of 4000 per square foot of property, you could by a 3 bedroom house in the North of England for the same price as a walk in closet in central London.

A house in Belgravia was recently sold for a phenomenal London property sale of 30 million. If that sounds like a lot, it's still nothing in comparison to a London property which is owned by steel tycoon, Lakshmi Mittal. The 12 bedroom property situated in Kensington Palace Gardens is rumoured to be worth more than 100 million.

The current rate at which the property market is growing is the fastest in 30 years. Estate Agent Clapham North has been part of the research which has revealed that people who live in prime areas such as Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge and Hampstead are currently earning more than 4000 per day on their London properties.

The current growth in the London property market is expected to stabilize in the middle parts of the year and then regaining pace again towards the end of the year. This is all good and well for the London market, however there are still serious concerns about the rest of the country's property as there is not much growth showing in other parts of England. The average price for a property for sale in London is about 350,000 whereas the average price of property in the North East is less than half of that at 129,000. Let's hope the London property industry is able to carry the weight of the entire country!

Writing on the state of the london property market.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Dave_Ackermann/

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