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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

How property became a part of my life

By Emma Croft-Pearson – Banbury Office Manager Not knowing what I wanted to do when I completed my A-levels, I spent a couple of years working away in hotels in Jersey and Newquay. This is what I call my University …
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Summertown Library Closure

  Libraries are valued public spaces which help to create warm communities in which to work and live. Summertown Library lies in the heart of our local community and is widely used by people of all ages for study, reference …
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Finders Keepers – Rightmove, Zoopla and OnTheMarket

This blog post explains why Finders Keepers is not currently joining OnTheMarket. What is OnTheMarket? It is a new property portal (portal meaning a website which aggregates listings from estate and letting agents) which is trying to challenge the dominance …
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2015 Furniture Show

This January saw Decorum Interiors return to the much anticipated furniture show held at the NEC in Birmingham. Our interior design division of Finders Keepers were keen to look ahead and source some of the best designers and observe the latest trends …
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Interesting statistics for New Year property searches

In December 2014 we ran a campaign encouraging landlords to list their properties on before Christmas in order to achieve the best let and rent in January. The reason? The Christmas and New Year property searches.

My Week with Finders Keepers

Before my week at Finders Keepers I thought I had a pretty good understanding of the Property Lettings business.

A Beautiful Property in Kingham

We have a fantastic property available to let from the 24th of December 2014. This gorgeous 2 bed property is set in the lovely Kingham, which has recently been voted “the best village of all” by the Telegraph.