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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: We love Oxfordshire

The Great British Bike Off

Oxford is a city famous for cycling. Even within Finders Keepers we have a number of keen cyclists from those who cycle as a hobby, to those who commute by bicycle and this summer several of our team enjoyed cycling …
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Our team at Finders Keepers has been working hard this year to raise money for Sobell House Hospice, their charity of the year 2017. So far we have run, cycled, baked, gardened and manned bucket collections and raised a total …
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Inspector Morse Walking Tour

Thankfully we had a break in the rain this week for our fourth client event on Thursday 18th May. 38 people gathered at Martyrs’ Memorial where St Giles’, Magdalen Street and Beaumont Street meet. We split into two groups and …
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Jericho Oxford one of the coolest places to live in the UK

Jericho has long been a popular choice for people wanting to live in Oxford. With its diverse range of bars, cafes, restaurants and independent businesses it is a highly desirable location in the city.

Stones Theatre Company: Closer by Patrick Marber

Olivia Stone and Rachael Head are Finders Keepers Student Letting tenants who are studying Drama and English Literature at Brookes University. In May 2015 they decided to set up their own production company as they wanted to use their passion …
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The 66 men of Grandpont

On Friday 11th November South Oxford Community Centre on Lake Street will be holding an evening of music, poetry and film to commemorate the men from South Oxford who fought during the First World War.

Oxfordshire photo draw winner

At the end of June we ran a competition inviting residents of Oxfordshire to send in a photo of their favourite place in the county with one lucky person being chosen at random to win a £2,000 holiday.