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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: March 2013

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Charity of the Year 2013

We are delighted to announce that our Charity of the Year 2013 has been chosen. In the past, charity fundraising and volunteering was done on an office-by-office basis. In 2009 we decided to change this and focus the entire company’s …
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Jericho named as one of the coolest places to live in Britain

The Times has listed Jericho in Oxford as one of the 30 coolest places to live in Britain. This wasn’t news to us though. We love Jericho and always have, which is why we included it as one of the …
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Our response to the budget

“The £3.5bn of capital for shared equity schemes for new houses and the £130bn of guarantees to help people afford a mortgage are good ideas and we hope they work. However they serve mainly to try to stimulate the buy-side …
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Guest Blog: Landlords, replace your white goods now!

This is the first in an occasional series of guest blogs from partners and friends. Here Liz Higgins, Private Client Service Line Manager at Critchleys, discusses Wear & Tear allowance

Changes to council tax discounts and exemptions

As we progress further into April, Oxford City Council and other local authorities have released their plans for Council Tax 2013/14. The local authorities grants have been reduced for the next year as an effect of the Government’s economic policies. …
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Commons Select Committee PRS – Organisations, Agency Fees and ARLA

After being present for the first Commons Select Committee Witness Session on the Private Rental Sector, we thought it was best if we went back for an update. This Committee meeting was a continuation of the one which we were …
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