Are you hiding a pet in your rented property?

Posted on Friday, 4 August, 2017

A recent survey by pet insurance provider, conducted with over 2000 renters found that 27% of renters in the UK haven’t informed their landlord that they have pets, with over half of these people admitting they owned the pet  before  they moved in. ...

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The Outdoor Room - tips for your rental garden

Posted on Friday, 28 July, 2017

We all know the kitchen is the heart of the home and where most people spend their time. It is also the room many Landlords invest as much money as they can afford and rightly so. But, have you ever stopped to consider the ‘Outdoor Room’ before letting your property? At CGT Lettings...

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Its well and truly BBQ season, things to consider on rented properties with gardens

Posted on Tuesday, 18 July, 2017

A property with a beautiful garden can be an appealing prospect to many potential tenants. Dreams of warm evenings on the patio enjoying a boozy barbeque can take hold and before you know it, you are agreeing to a twelve month tenancy on a property with a huge landscaped garden when you’ve...

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Lettings Jargon Buster

Posted on Wednesday, 5 July, 2017

We understand sometimes the world of lettings and property management can seem littered with acronyms and specific information, below is a small jargon buster to help you navigate the world of property; A ST An Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement (AST) is a widely used rental...

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Help, I need to regain possession of my property!

Posted on Wednesday, 21 June, 2017

While assisting a landlord with gaining possession of his property in court today, it struck me that many landlords are not aware of the different routes they can take to get that all important possession of their property back. If your tenant stopped paying their rent and unfortunately it...

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Landlords, are you aware of your obligations when it comes to electrical safety?

Posted on Tuesday, 13 June, 2017

A quirk of lettings/housing legislation I have always found quite interesting is the requirements when it comes to Electrical Safety in rented properties. Unlike strict Gas Safety Legislation, the average landlord is not obligated to have either an Electrical Installation Safety Certificate...

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With the General Election looming, what May and Corbyn’s manifestos mean for housing and the rental market

Posted on Friday, 2 June, 2017

The 2017 General Election will soon be upon us and in mid-May the Labour party launched its manifesto outlining their upcoming plans for housing and the rental market in the UK if they manage a win.  Following on from previously declaring that tackling the housing crisis is his number...

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Your property seems abandoned - what would you do?

Posted on Friday, 26 May, 2017

So you are renting out a property to a tenant in a twelve month fixed term tenancy agreement and at month four, they stop paying the rent. Upon doing a ‘drive by’ past the property, you notice the property looks empty. You think perhaps they are just away, and drive past two weeks...

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Why you should be considering renewing your tenancy agreement

Posted on Friday, 19 May, 2017

A friend was telling me recently about a situation she is in with her 9 year tenancy in a rented property. She lives with her three children under 11 and over the 9 years she has always paid her rent on time, has re-done the garden, re-painted a few times and even put brand new laminate flooring...

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The changing nature of legislation affecting the private rental sector

Posted on Wednesday, 10 May, 2017

In a report commissioned by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme’s sister charity 'The TDS Charitable Foundation', Kate Faulkner says that the overabundance of rules and regulations are creating confusion amongst agents, landlords, tenants and enforcement bodies. Faulkner, founder of...

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