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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.


Oxfordshire residents photograph their favourite places

When our photo prize draw closed on Friday we had received over 500 photos of Oxfordshire. Finders Keepers has been operating in Oxfordshire for 44 years and we really love where we work. To celebrate this glorious county, we invited all residents of Oxfordshire (not just Finders Keepers clients and customers) to submit a photo of their own favourite place in Oxfordshire. There were no restrictions on where their favourite place could be so we had
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Resilience in the face of uncertainty – Oxfordshire quarterly letting report

July quarterly report 2016 Finders Keepers

‘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 letting market and this is a report looking back to Quarter 2 (April, May and June) and forwards post-‘Brexit’.
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Client events 2016 Finders Keepers at the Oxford Playhouse

Oxford Playhouse Finders Keepers Client Event 2016

We are now more than halfway through our 2016 Client Events Calendar. Each year we host a range of events, which are free for our clients to attend.
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Finders Keepers’ Frank Webster Wins Outstanding Contribution Award – Lettings Agency of the Year Awards 2016

Letting agent of the year outstanding contribution award 2016 Frank Webster

31 years ago Finders Keepers learned about a promising young man who was working as a negotiator for an estate agent in Oxford.
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Damage caused by tenants

Damage caused by tenants

Have you ever seen a tenant completely ruin a property? A worrying question most landlords have initially.
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Wear and tear at the end of a tenancy

End of a tenancy wear and tear

Can I expect to receive my property back in the same condition?
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Replacing damaged or missing items in a rental property

Replacing damaged or missing items in a rental property

At the end of a tenancy, landlords may deduct money from the returnable deposit to cover damaged or missing items. But remember that you must stick to the strict rules laid down by the Government-backed deposit protection schemes. By law the deposit remains the property of the tenant.
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