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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: The Letting Market and our unique Quarterly Reports

A Shortage of Housing Continues to Impact Oxfordshire’s Letting Market

The chronic lack of properties to let has continued into Quarter 1 of 2022 (January, February and March), with demand outstripping supply so much that the majority of properties let within a week if not before they were even listed. …
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2022: A Year for Change?

A summer of short supply and increasing rents

The unusual trends of the last 18 months has meant that quarter 3 (July, August and September) has not felt like a ‘typical’ summer in Oxfordshire’s letting market. Supply has continued to be an issue across all eight of our …
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A strong rental market as housing demand remains high

The story of Oxfordshire’s rental market in quarter 2 (April, May and June) has to be one of an imbalance of supply and demand. Rental demand is the highest it has been for years (graph below) while supply has struggled …
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2021: The Year Ahead

“With the general election concluded and Brexit on the horizon, 2020 is set to be an interesting year. There will undoubtedly be changes which will impact landlords, and although some of the detail remains cloudy at this point, our eight …
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Is the property market feeling better?

Quarter 3 has been the most ‘typical’ quarter of 2020. The usual ‘busy summer months’ saw strong demand for quality properties of all sizes and locations and we let 10% more properties this year compared to the same period in …
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Positive actions lead to success

A black swan is a rare event that has a major impact and is both difficult to have predicted but is considered obvious in hindsight. The first half of 2020 has all the markings of a black swan. However over …
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