The clocks have gone back, the nights are really drawing in and British Summer Time is now an ever fading memory. It’s getting windier, wetter and harder to jump out of bed in the mornings.   But it’s not all gloomy out there folks... read more »
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 »
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