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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.


An update on student letting in Oxford

Back in December we blogged about the launch of the FKSL List and all the work involved in putting it together.
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High conversion rates in a quiet week

Have you ever asked an agent how the market is? “So busy” comes the reply. You bump into the same agent two months later and ask again. The reply: “So much better than two months ago, it was dead as a dodo…..”
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March in Oxfordshire

Although it is still pretty chilly outside, at least the days are getting a bit longer and the skies a little more blue. Why not fill your longer days with something local and interesting?
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Royal Wedding Bun Throwing

Abingdon Museum, as mentioned in our Navigator Area Guide, has an accessible roof top, which gives panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The roof top is also the venue for Abingdon’s traditional ‘bun throwing’ ceremonies to mark Royal occasions.
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Frank Webster on HMOs (on BBC Oxford)

Frank Webster, Director, was on Phil Mercer’s drive time show yesterday on BBC Oxford. Frank was invited on to chat about the new HMO Licensing after an update from Oxford City Council this week.
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An unusual lead

We love to know how our new tenants heard about us. It is no surprise that in this day and age, the majority of new enquiries come from portals (such as Rightmove, Prime Location, Zoopla etc.) and the internet. However, we are also fortunate
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Are the buy-to-let headlines indicative?

You may have seen the bullish headlines about buy-to-let lending in the papers on Friday and over the weekend.
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