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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

Furnishing holiday rentals

Do you have holiday letting properties punching under their weight? As the ‘Stay-cation’ increases during the recession, the UK holiday home market is becoming more competitive. Owners and developers are investing in top-quality furnishings to capture the best bookings and …
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Creativity as a competitive advantage for a letting agent

“Finders Keepers must have a factory of ideas in one of its offices” Sunday Times Judges Report, June 2011 You could say that our recent Gold for Innovation at the Sunday Times Awards in June has been a long time …
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More people qualified than any nearby agent

Commitment to Qualifications   An excerpt from the April/May edition of Agreement, the magazine of ARLA (our trade body)   Celebration: 40 newly qualified staff members are given a resounding ‘well done’ at the annual staff meeting

Behind the Student Letting curtain

How do you win the Gold Student Letting Award for the UK?   A Q&A with Simon Tyrrell, Associate Director   Olympic Double Gold Medallist Dame Kelly Holmes (right) presents Simon Tyrrell and Julia Carraher centre left and centre right) …
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Three landlord-only events

“Rental sustainability: finally an answer” – October 13th   We are teaming up with the law firm Manches to explain how and why landlords can make their properties more environmentally friendly Experts will discuss tax incentives, the rationale for investment …
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Renewals the key factor as rents increase

The national news cycle has for three years been like EastEnders: a relentless yet compelling chain of negative narrative. At the time of writing we are experiencing, in no particular order; the ‘Death of the High Street’ (a); Greek and …
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Could ‘F’ and ‘G’ rated homes be banned?

  Chris Huhne MP is in the news quite a lot at the moment, most of it not regarding something potentially quite important for landlords: the Green Deal.