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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: September 2012

How well do you know Banbury?

Our Banbury office is offering a fantastic meal for two at the Thai Garden Restaurant in Parsons Street as a prize in their Guess the Banbury Buildings competition.

Our marathon running landlord returns to the race

Congratulations to our marathon running landlord who complete the Great North Run at the weekend.

Rose Loy tells the story how she came to work with us

It all started in February 2012. I was on my way to catch the train following a brief stop in St Clements. I had been visiting two old university friends. They now worked in Oxford and lived in a Finders …
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High end homes in demand in Central Oxford

We were delighted when our office in Central Oxford experienced a flurry of demand in the same week for some high end houses and flats to rent. Most had been recently listed and included a quirky duplex apartment in St Michael’s …
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Decorum: New Inspiration for 2013

The Autumn Fair at the NEC Birmingham surpassed our expectations. Since the economic downturn, we have seen a deflated and depleted supply of furniture and of interior decorative inspiration. No longer! Green shoots are now definitely emerging, although the volume …
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Do you need a home at the last minute?

The rental market in Oxford is very transient. People come and go from overseas on a regular basis and in the past 12 months we have registered applicants from 93 different countries including Bhutan, Iceland and the Maldives. Many of …
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The FK Guide to Govt. Rental Policy and Spin

When the economy gets tough, new policies start flying out of10 Downing Street. Build on the green belt…build more houses…the Montague Report…reduce Section 106 payments…16,500 more 1st time buyers. What is going on? What are the implications? How does this …
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