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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

Finders Keepers Inspired Investment

2013 was a phenomenally busy year for Finders Keeper’s search and acquisition service, with many investors contacting us with a view to making their money work harder for them. Inspired Investment’s Frank Webster looks back at the past year: “We …
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The forecast for 2014

Predictions, trends, crystal balls – isn’t it funny how we all turn into visionaries at the start of the year? Not wanting to feel left out, here are some of our 2014 predictions and trends for the rental sector and …
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71 properties let in 4 Days…The List is launched!

This December we set a new record for letting 71 properties in 4 days! How did we achieve this? On the 3rd December we launched the List, a booklet of properties available for student rental for the academic year 2014-15. …
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Finders Keepers Landlord survey 2013

    This is our first survey which we have conducted to find out our clients’ opinions on the private rental sector. We had a great response, with 415 people taking part.

A market of two halves as the politicians gather

The Private Rental Sector has never been higher on the political agenda. It has expanded by one million people since 20081 and campaigners and policy makers have been trying to influence the debate. The Commons Select Committee report on the …
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A busy market but let’s talk realistically about rents

A 24% rent increase in our lets in Quarter 2 compared to last year seems to reinforce recent press reports of rapidly escalating rents. But this is only one perspective; certainly it is not the whole picture. So do not …
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Five years on and the rental market is in good health

It is hard to believe that it is now five years since the financial turmoil of 2008, so how far have we travelled? We have seen public sector layoffs, tax increases, benefit cuts and reductions in local government spending, yet …
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