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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.


Category Archives: Life inside FK

A car full of balloons from a letting agent in Witney

Few young children can resist the attraction of a helium balloon. The sheer wonder of a balloon that hovers proudly at the end of its string, high above its owner’s head, rather than trailing limply on the floor, is a …
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Houses to rent in Bicester are letting on first viewings

In Bicester we are finding that as quick as we are listing houses to rent on our website we are letting them.  The majority of recent lets have been taken on the first viewing, with applicants realising that if they don’t make …
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A very happy customer for our Banbury office

We are never sure what we are going to find when arriving at work on a Monday morning so to find a copy of a letter addressed to our chairman about how pleased a landlord has been with our service …
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Changes to letting to professional sharers

The local authority’s determination to dictate who lives where in Oxford is now beginning to impact on young professional sharers.

Will we become a nation of renters?

A couple of weeks ago the results from a study by the National Centre for Social Research on 8000 people were released which suggested that the UK was moving towards becoming a nation of renters. Last week, the RICS report …
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Osney Mill update

Eels are considered as part of eco-development, despite not being seen in this stretch of the River Thames for 38 years!

Frank Webster on BBC Oxford – June

On Thursday 9th June, Frank made his monthly appearance on Phil Mercer’s show on BBC Oxford.  They discussed: Interest rates held at 0.5% for the 27th month. This could be seen as good news but also bad news as it …
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