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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.


What happens if my tenant sub-lets or has undisclosed pets?

Sub letting and undisclosed pets

Both would be breaches of covenants by the tenant as set out in the agreement. As with any breach, you or your agent should write to the tenant, remind them that they have broken the terms of their tenancy agreement, and ask them to put it right.
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Easter Opening Hours 2016

Easter Opening Hours 2016

Please note that Finders Keepers will close at 5 pm on Thursday 24th March and then re-open on Tuesday 29th March at 9.00am.
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Furnishing that makes money

Furnishing for rental properties

Decorum Interiors is Finders Keepers’ interior design and contract furnishing division. It is also our secret weapon.
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What causes condensation and mould in rental properties?

Stopping condensation and mould

In most cases condensation and mould build up is down to lifestyle rather than a problem with the property – always check if there has been a history of it before moving into a rental property.
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Budget 2016 – How will it affect landlords and the rental sector?

Budget 2016 Inspired Investment

Unlike his earlier autumn statement last year, the March 2016 budget yielded fewer property tax surprises.
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Building works during a tenancy

Building works during a tenancy

As advice for landlords we strongly recommend doing any major work before the tenancy starts or between tenancies.
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What happens if there is a property emergency out-of-hours?

Out of hours emergencies

We make sure that a member of our staff is ‘on call’ for each of our offices at all times.
Tenants have the out-of-hours emergency number on a card which they receive upon moving in.
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