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Under the skin of the letting market

Here we share news and views on both the local letting market in & around Oxfordshire and all planned and recent legislation.


Monthly Archives: August 2012

Some great value property to rent in Oxfordshire

  As nice as is it to be able to shout about the amazing properties we get on our books, we thought we’d blog about some of our nice properties which can sometimes be overshadowed by the glamorous and luxurious properties. Our …
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Great stuff to do on Bank Holiday

  It’s nearly bank holiday weekend and we wanted to give you some suggestions of activities in Oxfordshire which you can do – perhaps in spite of the forecast weather! Tea with Alice: An exhibition of contemporary illustrators reveals the …
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Take part in our Charity Clay Target Shoot

As we’ve mentioned before, Saturday 29th September 2012 will see our second annual charity shoot take place at Edgehill Shooting Ground near Banbury. The event, which was a great success last year, will start from 11am and run throughout the …
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Oxford student letting – the Silly Season arrives

Student letting in Oxford is great fun and offers the FKSL team the opportunity to let and manage property; all our other staff specialise in either letting or managing property. However it is a very seasonal market and so in …
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A long hot summer, whatever the weather!

May to August is the busiest time of our year. It is quite normal for Oxford letting agents to pack half a year’s lettings into these hectic four months.  This year, the letting team at the Abingdon office has let well …
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95 Years of Experience Letting in Headington and East Oxford

We recently calculated that the East Oxford office of Finders Keepers has a combined 95 years of experience in Oxford letting. Whilst some of our team have been with us for between 1 and 3 years, others have been dealing with Oxford …
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City Retreat for Quality of Life

An historic home that’s blissfully quiet with hardly any passing traffic; friendly neighbours in an interesting cultural enclave; a lovely garden to retreat to and a practical garage too. This profile sounds more like a sleepy village than the absolute …
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