So we’ve survived Halloween.   Now it’s Bonfire Night to enjoy / contend with.   This weekend sees many firework events and parties happen across (YOUR TOWN) and the surrounding areas.   I quite enjoy it although not ... read more »
Connor Watson, 36-year-old father of two from Chipping Norton, was out house-hunting. It was a pleasant August Saturday afternoon, and our man cycles along on his bike. He cycles up a street of small cottages where he spots a few retired mature neigh... read more »
  My thoughts go out to the landlords and homeowners of Chipping Norton…   The tightrope of being a Chipping Norton buy-to-let landlord is a balancing act at which many do well. Talking to several local landlords they are very con... read more »
“What’s happening to the Chipping Norton Property Market” is a question I am asked repeatedly.  Well, would it be a surprise to hear that my own research suggests that there isn’t just one big Chipping Norton property mar... read more »
  The most recent set of data from the Land Registry has stated that property values in Chipping Norton and the surrounding area were 6.13% higher than 12 months ago and 18.48% higher than January 2015.   Despite the uncertainty over Bre... read more »
Over the last 12 months the UK has decided to leave the EU, have a general election with a result that didn’t go to plan for Mrs May and, to add insult to injury, our American cousins elected Donald Trump as the 45th President of the Unite... read more »
Do you have a spare room at home?  Is it the room which time forgot? Is it where everything ends up getting stored /dumped or simply forgotten about?     It could be housing a vast collection of luggage, boxes of ‘stuff’ ... read more »
According to my research of the 2,571 properties in Chipping Norton 922 of those properties have mortgages on them. 87.3% of those mortgaged properties are made up of owner-occupiers and the rest are buy to let landlords (with a mortgage).   &... read more »
Well last week’s article “The Unfairness of the Chipping Norton Baby Boomers’ £562,970,000 windfall?” caused a stir. In it we looked at a young family member of mine who was arguing the case that Millennials (those born ... read more »
Recently I was having a chat with one of my second cousins at a big family get-together. The last time I had seen them their children were in their early teens. Now their kids are all grown up, have partners, dogs and children. Wow – how time f... read more »
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