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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

One of the more magnificent flats to rent in Abingdon

The team at Finders Keepers Abingdon office is experiencing what can best be described as a tidal wave of demand from applicants wanting flats to rent in Abingdon. This is not unusual, given the usual busy summer season and the exciting …
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A quarter of two halves starts the historic year

The Oxfordshire letting market has had a good if unspectacular start to a year which will be defined domestically by the Olympics and Queen’s Jubilee. These have been trends felt across our eight letting and property management offices in Quarter …
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HMOs on BBC Oxford

On Monday 30th January Frank Webster, Director, appeared no BBC Radio Oxford to discuss the new HMO Licensing in Oxford. You can listen again by clicking here (Frank Webster was on around 1 hour and 10 minutes into the show), …
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Proper Portfolio Management

Many people talk about ‘portfolio management’, but at Finders Keepers we have been delivering robust Property Portfolio Management services to private residential landlords, commercial developers and institutional landlords throughout Oxfordshire for decades and particularly for Oxford rental properties. Our activity …
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Two ways to say ‘Thank you’

They say that there is no such thing as a selfless act. To be truly selfless, the deed must have no effect on the ‘actor’. In 2011, we carried out two ‘acts’ which might not seem selfish on the face …
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BOB Air Ambulance – Charity of the Year 2011

A shocking fact to start: the Air Ambulance receives no Central Government or National Lottery funding. Everything they need to meet the annual running costs of £2.8m (for equipment, fuel, salaries, insurance etc.) comes from the public in the form …
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Who is buying what?

We live in interesting times. Another mortgage famine is probably on the way; house price predictions are mixed, to say the least; stocks and pensions have become a rollercoaster ride – whole countries appear to be hovering on the brink …
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