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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.

The purrrrrfect match


The gorgeous cottage in Old Headington

When the owners of a lovely Grade II listed period cottage in Old Headington decided to fulfil a lifetime ambition
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Rents pushed up by high demand

In March this year, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reported that the supply of properties coming on to the rental market had fallen
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Are you tough enough to be a Property Manager?

"Warning - cat in residence!"

Being letting agents in Witney has been an anxious experience recently. Our Property Managers’ nerves have been tested nearly to destruction over the last few weeks.  One discovered a grenade
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Nothing will come of nothing…

Ambrosden cottage with a lovely walled garden

With all the current media hype about an over supply of property on the selling market and the lack of availability of mortgage finance,  we have
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Keeping in touch – Summer 2010 newsletter

Read an online copy of Oxford Letting Agents, Finders Keepers’ latest newsletter here (click on it to view in full screen).

Three’s a charm

We like to retain our properties and tenants where possible. We have let and managed
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The people who make Oxfordshire happen

“The market is bigger than Films, bigger even than Television… and it will go on growing.”


We start our new Oxfordshire Entrepreneurs series by talking to David Hawkins, who runs Exient, a computer software development firm based in Cambridge Terrace, OX1. 

Have computer games been a lifelong passion?

My first experience of Video Games was in the late 70’s on a Binatone home console, it featured a few pong type games. Then when I a teenager
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