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 »
Living in our own homes or owning buy to let property in Chipping Norton and the surrounding areas, it’s often easy to ignore the regional and national picture when it comes to property. As a homeowner or landlord in the town consideration must... read more »
I am of the opinion that in the long term buy to let investments in Chipping Norton will bring substantial returns for landlords, irrespective of the latest regulation and tax changes.   Taking a very conservative (with a small ‘c’... read more »
Should you, as a landlord for buy to let or for personal occupation, buy a brand-new home?   Well, let’s start by looking at the numbers …   Over the last 10 years 1,556 new homes have been built in the West Oxfordshire are... read more »
My analysis has shown that up to the end of the last quarter, Chipping Norton first-time buyers purchased 98 Chipping Norton properties.  With wages rising at 2.8%, unemployment at a low rate of 4.2% (down from 4.6% from last year and the joint ... read more »
And if it does ….... who will be the winners and losers?   Those Chipping Norton people wanting property values to drop would be those 30 or 40 somethings, sitting on a sizeable amount of equity and hoping to trade up (because the perce... read more »
Over the last twenty years, there has been a shift in the way the Chipping Norton (and the UK) property market works. In the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s, a large majority of twenty somethings saved up their 5% deposit, went without life’s luxuries ... read more »
The average value of a property in Chipping Norton currently stands at £461,700 and the base rate has been 0.5% for a very long time.... until recently. In many of my articles I talk about what is happening to property values over the short ter... read more »
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