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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

All in a day's work

You never know what to expect of the day ahead when you come to work in the morning. Recently one of our Property Managers in North Oxford was returning to his car

Zipping around town…

      If you work in an office in a busy city centre, you will know that getting to work can be tricky because, more often than not, there is no parking available.

The domino effect with our East Oxford office

New tenants of a 4 bedroom family home in Wheatley will be moving into their new home this week. The property was built in 1926 and has been owned by the female members of the same family since new and …
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Finders Keepers Tapeball Tournament 2010

  On Sunday 4th July a very important sporting event took place. Not the Wimbledon final, but the FK Tapeball Tournament 2010, held at Horspath Cricket Club.

We love when our tenants become landlords

Our Witney office recently helped two tenants to become landlords. A lovely couple needed to move to a larger property after the birth of their baby girl. We found them a 3 bedroom family house to rent in Witney, giving them more space …
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Two more awards – great news for our team and our clients!

Oxford letting agents, Finders Keepers, won two awards at this week’s Sunday Times Letting Agency of the Year Awards. We won silver in both “Best Medium Lettings Agency” and “Best Property Management”. What did the judges say? Best Medium Lettings: “Having …
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When I’m cleaning windows…

A vigilant window cleaner detected a strong smell of gas coming from a flat to rent in Abingdon.  The tenant’s cleaner had accidentally flicked on one of the hob burners, leaving gas pouring out.  The window cleaner alerted the next door neighbour, …
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