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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.

Finding good tenants for good homes

The recent change in weather has impacted on the number of people actively looking for property to rent near Bicester
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85 groups of students, 21 lets, 101 forms…The List is launched!

The queue that awaited our student letting team

Yesterday morning our student letting team made their way to work feeling an extra bit of excitement and anticipation. Not because it was the first of December. Not because it has been snowing in Oxfordshire. But because yesterday was the launch of The List.
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Tenant Matching


We recently helped two separate FK tenants to find their new houses to rent in Oxfordshire via our tenant matching service within the company.
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Summertown Switch-On!

The Summertown Christmas lights will be switched on outside Oxford letting agents Finders Keepers this Friday (3rd December) and the festivities start from 4.30pm.
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Can’t sell? Let us let your property

We are finding that the slower housing market is bringing landlords to letting agents in Abingdon.
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Two stories illustrating the need for regulation

Flick through this blog and you’ll find several pieces arguing that the letting industry needs to be regulated.
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Demand still stronger than supply

The quieter period is now upon us in Central Oxford.

On a Monday morning recently our letting team cried “we only have 4 available flats to rent in Oxford on our letting list!”.  By the end of that week we had let 5 properties. As soon as we list a good property it is flying off the books! Demand is stronger than supply at the moment.

Keeping in touch with landlords of properties that went onto the sales market a few months ago has resulted in those properties recently being relisted to let again, due to “failed sales”.

The property above did not find buyers so we marketed it to let. We secured new tenants immediately, along with a 15% increase in rent on the previous tenancy!