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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

Resilience in the face of uncertainty – Oxfordshire quarterly letting report

‘May you live in interesting times’ goes the apocryphal saying. Keeping calm and carrying on seems easier to say than to do, but remaining composed is the best way forward. We remain bullish on the fundamentals which underpin the Oxfordshire …
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Here comes the sun – Oxfordshire quarterly letting report

As the weather warms up, so will the market. Prospective tenants will have more choice (but also more competition) and landlords may find it easier to achieve asking rents but will need to be flexible in order to secure a …
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Staying ahead of the game in 2016 – Oxfordshire quarterly letting report

The year ahead will be as unpredictable and strange as last year; 2015 was an odd year with considerable government interference. New homes are being built but not many near Oxford and not in sufficient enough quantities. Let us all …
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List your property now to get the best rent in January

Christmas is coming. We are now into December, which is not a big concern if you haven’t yet ordered the turkey or planned the presents, but could prove to be a problem if you are planning to let your property …
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Demand for family homes quietens as tenants’ motivations change – Oxfordshire Quarterly Letting Report

Letting is largely a seasonal market, heavily influenced by the academic year – particularly inside Oxford. The Autumn tends to be when things start to slow down, but across our eight offices we are noticing not so much a drop …
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The Local Transport Plan: Oxford’s Future

Deputy Director for Strategy and Infrastructure Planning – Bev Hindle Reader in Transport Planning – Peter Headicar Oxfordshire’s residents will be more than aware of the various local road improvements currently in progress,

PPE: Property, Politics and Economy with Kate Faulkner

Property Intelligence is our flagship event here at Finders Keepers, providing landlords and clients with the opportunity to stay at the forefront of property trends and to network with other landlords and investors.