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    The Region's Leading Letting Agent & Property Management Company.

    Cheltenham, Gloucester, Quedgeley and Tewkesbury Residential Lettings (CGT), were first established in 1987 and have rapidly expanded to become the Region's leading residential letting and property management company. Our success has been developed by providing a personal and efficient service whilst always maintaining the highest degree of professionalism. We are proud licensed members of ARLA (The Association of Residential Lettings Agents) as well as a SafeAgent.

     

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    CGT LAUNCH THEIR OWN RENT GUARANTEE PRODUCT FOR LANDLORDS

    *Only £15 a month guarantees market rent up to £1000 per month (£25 for rents between £1001 and £2000) *No excess *Rent paid the month it is due *Covers up to 12 payments *Legal fees for any breach of the tenancy *FREE cover for up to 3 months on any new tenancy *Offers total peace of mind.

    Only available on Gold service, subject to satisfactory referencing of tenant(s), only available for tenancies created by CGT Lettings.

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    Thank you for considering CGT Lettings for the total management of your property.

    Established in 1987 and with prominent offices in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Quedgeley and Tewkesbury we have become the region's leading letting agent.

    We are proud licensed members of ARLA (The Association of Residential Lettings Agents) who promote the highest standards in residential lettings and property management. Landlords and tenants can be assured that they are dealing with a fully bonded and regularly audited company. Directors and staff are ARLA trained and qualified and attend ongoing courses and seminars to enable us to keep abreast of any changes in legislation and procedures

    At CGT Lettings we believe in offering a straightforward, honest, professional and competent service where the Landlord's interest is always of paramount importance.

    We, at CGT Lettings, aim to take all the worry and concerns away from you so that you are free to carry on with your busy life.

    Letting a property can seem a daunting and difficult project and although there can be issues this is where a professional and dedicated management company like CGT Lettings can help. Our team of experienced, trained professionals have many, many years of experience of the property market.

    The information in this brochure does not aim to be totally comprehensive. It is a guide to the range of services that we offer. It will hopefully dispel any worries you may have. Should you require clarification on any point please do not hesitate to contact one of our fully trained staff or call in to see us. You will be made very welcome.

     

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    • Where do I start?

      The first step is to locate suitable properties and arrange some viewings. Click on 'Properties To Rent' in the left hand column to view current availability.

      You can be assured of a warm welcome at any of our offices and, as 'The Region's Leading Letting Agent', you will have plenty of choice when looking for a suitable property.

      For your convenience we undertake to transport you to your selected properties in one of our Company vehicles.

    • What happens once I've seen a property that I like?

      It is important that you contact the relevant office of CGT Lettings as soon as possible in order to register your interest in a particular property.

      To reserve a property you will be asked to pay a non refundable holding fee of £100 per person (minimum £200), subject to contract. For properties with a rental in excess of £1000, a non refundable holding fee of £500 is required.

      The holding fee must be paid in cleared funds, i.e. cash, debit card, *credit card (*subject to surcharge), bankers draft, and is deductable from the final invoice total.

    • What references are required, and what will I need to provide?

      References are always required and are obtained through HomeLet referencing agency. It should be appreciated that no tenancy will be granted until satisfactory references have been received and approved.

      Each person relating to the tenancy will be required to fill in a reference form.

      Additionally, and depending on your personal circumstances, the following will also be required.

      Employed

      1. Photographic ID for example a Passport or Driving Licence, or alternatively a passport sized photograph.
      2. Proof of residency - to include one of the following;
        A Driving licence or a utility bill to include one of the following; gas, electric, water, telephone landline bill (not mobile), recent council tax bill (no older than 3 months prior to the start date of the tenancy).
      3. Your most recent three months wage slips or a letter on headed paper from the Personnel/Human Resources Department of your employer confirming your address, start date of your employment and current salary. Please note that this letter must be signed and dated by the Payroll Department or the Financial Director and contain the printed name of the signatory.
      4. A previous landlord's reference, if applicable (we will obtain this on your behalf).

      Self Employed

      1,2 and 4 (if applicable) above AND
      A minimum of 3 years worth of filed accounts will be required (if the applicant has been self employed for less than three years, they will require a guarantor) 3 years worth of authenticated self assessment tax calculation forms from the tax office (These are called SA302 or SA100 at the time of print)
      OR,
      A letter from your accountant confirming drawings, and the start date of the business.

      Housing Allowance

      As 1,2 and 4 above (Pay slips will be required if a tenant works part-time) AND
      a guarantor (see below for guarantor referencing requirements) AND
      a letter from housing benefit confirming that your claim is going through, or has been accepted.

      Student

      As 1, 2 and 4 (if applicable) above, and a guarantor.

      Guarantor

      If a guarantor is required he/she will need to provide 1,2 and 3 above.

    • Will my money be safe and secure?

      You can be assured that any money paid to CGT Lettings is safe and secure. As licensed members of ARLA (The Association of Residential Letting Agents) all monies are protected and bonded.

      Also your deposit will be registered with The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) and you will receive a certificate on the commencement of your tenancy to confirm this.

    • How can I protect my contents and deposit?

      If you're renting, it's easy to think that you haven't got many belongings to insure, but the cost of replacing them could be more than you think.

      You probably know how much a new TV, laptop, games console or digital camera might cost. However have you thought how much your clothes, shoes, bed linen and kitchen equipment are worth, or even the food in your freezer? The last thing that you need after an accident, burglary, fire or flood is a mounting bill just for the things you take for granted.

      Also your landlord's own insurance won't cover you if you accidentally damage their property. From a spilt glass of wine to an iron mark on the carpet, accidents happen to the best of us.

      That's why HomeLet have designed a home contents insurance policy specifically for tenants. It covers the cost of replacing your own things, new for old, and protects you against losing your deposit if your landlord's property gets damaged.

      Cover starts from only £9 per month for £5000 worth of cover.

      If you so wish please contact CGT Lettings for more information.

      CGT Lettings is an appointed representative of HomeLet. HomeLet is a trading name of Barbon Insurance Group Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services authority.

      When can I move in?

      When you first enquire or view a property you will be advised of the date when the property will become available. This information can also be found on the property detail section of our website, and on our printed property lists.

      As soon as you pay your holding fee, a definitive date for the commencement of your tenancy will be agreed

      What information is given the day that I take possession of the property?

      When the day arrives for you to take possession of your property we shall have already agreed a convenient time for you to visit our office to collect the keys and complete all the necessary paperwork.

      The appointment will last for approximately 20 minutes and you will be given a Tenants Pack which will help to guide you through your tenancy. Also included will be the relevant safety certificates (if applicable), an Energy Performance Certificate, copies of utility letters, and the Tenancy Deposit Certificate.

      You will also be provided with a very detailed inventory describing the condition of the property and its contents. You will have the opportunity to check the inventory, make any relevant amendments, and return it to us within 48 hours.

      Before we can release the keys, all parties aged 18 and over will need to have signed the tenancy agreement, and all remaining monies must be paid in full. We recommend payment by debit card or bankers draft. For security reasons we discourage cash payments.

      How long am I committed for?

      It will depend on the length of your tenancy agreement. The most common fixed period is 6 months, after which the tenancy runs on a month by month basis.

      In this instance you would be obligated for the first 6 months, and should you wish to vacate you would need to give one months notice in writing, ending no sooner than the initial 6 months.

      Should you decide to stay beyond the initial 6 months then this is perfectly acceptable, without the requirement to sign another contract. This is known as a 'statutory periodic tenancy' running on a month by month basis on the same terms and conditions.

      If the landlord requires possession of the property then he would have to provide you with 2 months notice, again not expiring sooner than the initial 6 months.

      Are there any further administration fees payable during my tenancy?

      Unlike many of our competitors CGT Lettings does not charge automatic renewal fees. Therefore once your tenancy has commenced you need not worry about incurring further administration fees.

      The only time a fee would apply would be if you requested another fixed term contract once the initial term had expired. In this instance, and assuming the landlord agreed, there would be a charge of £50 plus vat, as well as any re-referencing charges that may apply.

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Tewkesbury Residential Management Team
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    David Baker MARLA Managing Member
    Member of The Association of Residential 

    Letting Agents

    Interests/Hobbies:

    • Running, mountain biking and road cycling
    • Football (supporter of Hereford United FC)
    • Gloucester Rugby
    • Golf
    • Travel

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    Sheila Heath MAAT Finance Member

    Member of Association of Accounting Technicians

    Member of the Association of Residential
    Letting Agents - MARLA

    Interests/Hobbies:

    • Season ticket holder at Gloucester Rugby
    • Cake art and design

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    David Baldwin FARLA Member

    Fellow of the Association of Residential

    Letting Agents

    BA Honours - Fine Art

    Interests/Hobbies:

    • Contemporary Fine Art with a particular interest
    in Sculpture
    • Football - supporter of Newcastle United
    • Cricket
    • Music, from classical to salsa

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    Anne Horton

    Branch Manager - Tewkesbury

    Member of the Association of Residential
    Letting Agents

    NAEA Technical Award in Residential Letting
    and Property Management

    Interests/Hobbies:

    • Walking
    • Reading
    • Breeding Springer Spaniels

    Email: anne.horton@cgtlettings.co.ukTel: 01684 850350Fax: 01684 298167
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    Tony Jilbert
    Partner
    Member of The Association of Residential

    Letting Agents

    Hobbies/Interests

    Cricket, Wine tasting 

    Email: tony.jilbert@cgtlettings.co.uk


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    3 Church Street,
    Tewkesbury,
    GL20 5PA

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    Testimonials from Landlords

    • Landlord Testimonial

      As a landlord, I have been a customer of CGT since 2002, I now have a number of properties fully managed by them.

      I find them totally professional and straightforward to do business with, the staff are always helpful and friendly.

      I have already recommended CGT to a number of other landlords and would not hesitate to do so again.

      Alan

    Testimonials from Tenants

    • Tenant Testimonial

      Phone answered quickly. Staff very helpful.

      Roy Dakin

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