FindersKeepersThe 38th OxfordshireQuarterly Letting Report@tdetingSuccess requiresthe ability to adaptbut some good properties areIt is hard to say for sure why goodproperty that lets quickly one yearseems to struggle another, but thisquarter oozed 'uncertainty' with slightlyoandownThe rush for investors to buy before the stamp duty changes lastyear has made for a tricky year-on-year comparison for Quarterlinked to visa issues, Brexit and Electionconcerns and low interest rates), whichled to some taking longer to let. Forexample, a super smart 1 bedroomapartment at £1.350 in Oxford cityentre (Photo 3) would normally have letevidenced by the amount lent for landlord property purchases, downby 79.5% between March 2016 and March this year. Although thishas led at times to some over-supply of certain properties, we are stillnoticeably fewer overseaswithin a fortnight of being listed but thisyear took nearly 10 weeks. There werenoticeably fewer overseas applicantssuccessfully letting homes albeit with slightly more effort required. Here and corporate relocations werewe take a closer look at what is happening across our 8 letting offices: significantly reduced in this quarterFamily homes 'go earlyLetting is seasonal and you'd thinkpredictable. We see a huge jump in activityafter the Easter holiday as the 'busy period'begins, but this quarter the family homemarket seems to have spiked earlier thanusual with some great lets negotiated earlyon including an elegant 4 bedroom ParkTown Victorian Villa within walking distanceof Oxford at £10,500 (Photo 1). We listedthe property and the deal was concludedwithin 24 hours. Another example is a 4bedroom farmhouse in Tackley which let for£4,500 to existing tenants with a gap of onlytwo days between tenancies (Photo 2)About the Odfordshire Quartorly Letting Report Started in 2008, this report's guiding principle is that reporting onthe facts is beter for our clients than boing a naive chooreader. We value the rational and the emotional our datis dt en by 3500 he tnoroes but thero vakcomes from pickngout trenotsfrorn the amor hous coud thats human behaviour and decision-making Feedback is welcome: marketing@finderskeepers.co.ukARLA

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FindersKeepers The 38th Oxfordshire Quarterly Letting Report @tdeting Success requires the ability to adapt but some good properties are It is hard to say for sure why good property that lets quickly one year seems to struggle another, but this quarter oozed 'uncertainty' with slightly oandown The rush for investors to buy before the stamp duty changes last year has made for a tricky year-on-year comparison for Quarter linked to visa issues, Brexit and Election concerns and low interest rates), which led to some taking longer to let. For example, a super smart 1 bedroom apartment at £1.350 in Oxford city entre (Photo 3) would normally have let evidenced by the amount lent for landlord property purchases, down by 79.5% between March 2016 and March this year. Although this has led at times to some over-supply of certain properties, we are stillnoticeably fewer overseas within a fortnight of being listed but this year took nearly 10 weeks. There were noticeably fewer overseas applicants successfully letting homes albeit with slightly more effort required. Here and corporate relocations were we take a closer look at what is happening across our 8 letting offices: significantly reduced in this quarter Family homes 'go early Letting is seasonal and you'd think predictable. We see a huge jump in activity after the Easter holiday as the 'busy period' begins, but this quarter the family home market seems to have spiked earlier than usual with some great lets negotiated early on including an elegant 4 bedroom Park Town Victorian Villa within walking distance of Oxford at £10,500 (Photo 1). We listed the property and the deal was concluded within 24 hours. Another example is a 4 bedroom farmhouse in Tackley which let for £4,500 to existing tenants with a gap of only two days between tenancies (Photo 2) About the Odfordshire Quartorly Letting Report Started in 2008, this report's guiding principle is that reporting on the facts is beter for our clients than boing a naive chooreader. We value the rational and the emotional our dat is dt en by 3500 he tnoroes but thero vakcomes from pickngout trenotsfrorn the amor hous coud that s human behaviour and decision-making Feedback is welcome: marketing@finderskeepers.co.uk ARLA

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