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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: Property Case Studies

Success Letting Family Homes

Letting is a very seasonal industry and over the years we have seen trends form, such as a quiet December followed by an extremely busy January and prime family home letting time being from around Easter until the Summer holidays.

Are you sleeping on a goldmine?

What do you picture when you think about a landlord? Do you imagine a multi-millionaire with several properties across the country, if not the world? Of course, some landlords do own multiple properties, some of them have one investment and …
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Success at Stratton Park

In our recent market report we looked at 9 property trends for 2017 and predicted more demand for Bicester from buyers, investors and tenants.

Furnishing that makes money

Decorum Interiors is Finders Keepers’ interior design and contract furnishing division. It is also our secret weapon.

High Demand for Smaller Properties Continuing Through the Autumn

Letting is a largely seasonal business and households tend to move primarily in the months of May to September – largely influenced by the academic year. However, we have noticed across our eight offices that demand has not dropped for …
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Success with short term lets

In letting, it is inevitable that sometimes clients will take their property back, whether that is because they need to move back in themselves, or perhaps they want to sell the property.

Success with Skype – Securing lets with virtual viewings

Earlier in the summer we were contacted by an excellent applicant, looking to move to Oxford to work at the University. The challenge was that he lived in the USA and did not know anyone in the area who could …
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