The rents paid by Bicester tenants are now standing at £1,079 per calendar month (pcm), a rise of 0.45% year on year and 0.55% higher month on month.
However, this attention-grabbing monthly rent figure masks stark differences in the various different parts of the Bicester rental market. Demand in Bicester for high quality family homes with two or three bedrooms in good catchment areas for schools remains really robust. Other influencing factors that make certain areas popular are the proximity to transport links. However, I have noticed a drop in demand and rents achieved for property where the landlord hasn’t kept the property in good order in terms of decoration, carpets, windows and heating systems
So, what does all this mean for Bicester landlords and tenants? Read More