Many folks say that moving home is the most stressful thing. Moving home is like someone (and that someone is usually you and you are the cause of this devastation) has collected all your worldly goods, put them into cardboard boxes and into a lorry ... read more »
  A couple of months ago I wrote an article on the Chipping Norton Property Blog about the length of time it took to sell a property in Chipping Norton and the saleability of the different price bands (ie whether the lower/middle or upper local... read more »
  “I just love looking over and keeping up to date the 108 pieces of legislation that govern the rental of residential property in the UK”   ...No Chipping Norton Landlord, ever   If you are one of the 138 Chipping... read more »
It doesn’t seem two minutes ago that it was 90 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade (32 degrees Celsius for my younger readers), hosepipe bans looked likely and it was simply too hot to sleep at night, yet early indications were that, as the tempera... read more »
The Chipping Norton housing market is a fascinating beast and has been particularly interesting since the credit crunch of 2008/9 with the subsequent property market crash. There is currently some talk of a ‘property bubble’ nationally as... read more »
As we leave the memorably hot summer behind us some interesting statistics have come to light on the Chipping Norton property market which will be thought provoking for both homeowners and buy to let landlords alike.   Over the last 12 months ... read more »
There is no escaping the fact that over the last couple of decades the rise in the number of buy to let properties in Chipping Norton has been nothing short of extraordinary.  Many in the “left leaning” press have spoken of a broken ... read more »
I was recently reading a report by Rightmove that a North/South Divide has started to appear in the UK property market – so I wanted to see if Chipping Norton was falling in line with those thoughts.  In the North there are 7.12% fewer pro... read more »
The number of residential property transactions in West Oxfordshire will be 1.1 per cent lower in 2018, compared to 2017.   According to my research, the seasonally adjusted statistics for our local authority area suggest that with the number ... read more »
Whether you are a Chipping Norton landlord looking to liquidate your buy to let investment or a homeowner wanting to sell your home, finding a buyer and selling your property can take an annoyingly long time. It is a step-by-step process that can dra... read more »
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