Close

Please enter your Log-in details below:



Subscribe

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: May 2014

Green Deal updates

Changes to the government’s Green Deal cashback scheme have been announced to help more households drive down fuel bills and reduce carbon emissions. The scheme helps people install energy efficiency measures by providing them with money back on the contributions …
Read the rest of this entry »

Racing start to the summer

Finders Keepers had a spectacular start to May, with 52 properties being let in 7 days. We have seen a surge in the number of family properties available and have also noticed that these are letting fast in the run …
Read the rest of this entry »

Does your property need a vitamin C shower?

There was an article in the press recently which reported that Leonardo DiCaprio has recently bought a Manhattan apartment with a vitamin C shower, a ‘wellness concierge’, purified air and water and ‘dawn simulation’. But does this mean that you …
Read the rest of this entry »

Anticipation reaches fever pitch over Oxford Parkway development

Last winter heralded the beginning of what is to be an exciting development in north Oxfordshire. We saw the demolition of the Water Eaton grain silo, which for many years has greeted commuters travelling into Oxford from the north. It …
Read the rest of this entry »

Gas Safety Week

Bricks and Mortar and Finders Keepers are pleased to announce that they will again be joining 326 other supporters in a pledge to support Gas Safety Week 2014. With the summer coming and the prospect (or hope!) of a heat …
Read the rest of this entry »

The Mortgage Market Review and the PRS

The new Mortgage Market Review came into effect on 26th April. This is a thorough review of the mortgage market which started 5 years ago and aimed to reform the market, ensuring it works better for consumers. The reforms mean …
Read the rest of this entry »