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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

The snow doesn’t stop us letting

A hectic week before Christmas ended up being highly productive thanks, in most part, to our excellent contractors.

Family homes needed in North Oxford

The market for North Oxford rental properties is linked heavily with the academic year. Demand is greatest during the summer months, but none more so than the family home since families want to move when the kids are not at school …
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The Comprehensive Spending Review an Oxfordshire Letting Agent’s view

The Comprehensive Spending Review has been comprehensively reviewed by journalists and analysts, and no doubt you have been reading, watching and listening.

Quarter 3 – A busy summer of short supply and increasing rents

Download our Q3 quarterly report (pdf)  The weight of ‘9/11’ means we naturally overlook ‘9/15’ and so the second anniversary of Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy passed quietly a few weeks ago. However, 9/15’s repercussions are still pervasive as the Oxfordshire rental …
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A pinch of Channel 4 salt

There was a 5 minute piece on buy-to-let investors by Faisal Islam on the Channel 4 News last night. We’re great fans of all things Jon Snow and the Channel 4 News, but the report last night lacked balance and …
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Rents pushed up by high demand

In March this year, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reported that the supply of properties coming on to the rental market had fallen

Quarter 2 — Applicant volition conquers coalition uncertainty

Download our Q2 quarterly report (pdf) The Oxfordshire letting market is busy and landlords should be making hay while the sun shines. The copious noise (General Election, new Prime Minister, new Housing Minister, new Housing policies, Emergency Budget and Bloemfontein …
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