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Evolving Estate Agent


Gaudin & Co may have been established since 1934 but their philosophy is forward thinking and refreshing amidst a market of hard sell and recession. The company stands out from the crowd not only through experience but also due to their unique take on the industry.


Sales Director - Bradley Vowden explains: ‘We are not interested in following suit, we have always been exclusive, which our clients appreciate. Sales negotiators work as a team and are not remunerated solely with commission but receive a competitive salary together with a benefits package and percentage based commission for their joint teamwork’.


Consequently, the client receives a bespoke service that is second to none.


REDEFINING RESIDENTIAL A team of over 18 makes Gaudin & Co what it is today. Through decades of experience Gaudin & Co has cultivated a unique insight into the Jersey property market. Jane Power - the new Managing Director of Gaudin and Co says: ‘Our negotiators are local residents giving them an unparalleled knowledge of Jersey property resulting in competitive valuations. They have the skills required to negotiate a sale successfully through to completion in order to achieve the best possible price for the vendor’.


CONSISTENTLY COMMERCIAL Gaudin & Co is the leading general practice estate agency in the island, which means that a major part of their business is focused on commercial sales, lettings and management. Blessed with the knowledge of an English solicitor in their team, there are few companies that could offer clients the breadth of services and security that Gaudin & Co can. This is proven given the majority of clients have been with the firm for numerous years.


REVOLUTIONISING RENTALS The rental market in Jersey is different to any other as it is controlled to a degree by the requirement for housing qualifications. Gaudin & Co are able to offer a wide variety of properties from one bedroom apartments to luxurious residencies - the benefit of having managed properties on our portfolio increases the scope of selecting the right tenant for the right property. Clients are guided through what can be a complicated system for those who are relocating to Jersey for the first time, from the initial selection process, through to viewings and assistance with all aspects of island life, such as appropriate schooling.


PERFECTED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Gaudin & Co are the principle property managers in the Channel Islands offering a professional and confidential service on all aspects of the day to day management of your property whether it is residential, commercial or parking. We currently manage an extensive portfolio ranging from luxurious residential units, single and multi-occupancy residential buildings to retail, industrial or office buildings as well as private parking. The team administer full service charge accounting and collection and arrange for the provision of day to day services and general maintenance. Jane Power, Managing Director with 17 years experience within the industry says: ‘We have developed a bespoke property management service offering clients reassurance that their asset is of prime importance to the whole of our team.’


BEING BOLD Gaudin & Co are just about to launch a major rebranding to highlight their unique and refreshing outlook on the property industry. A new website which is clear, concise and user friendly is updated throughout the day keeping the client informed and up to date with property selections. Part of the rebrand will include a new social media presence giving a true reflection of the investment the company intend to make in the future of Jersey property.


Your home, our commitment.


We work hard to get you the results you want, so you don’t have to. If you are interested in finding out more information about us or any of our services, contact us today.


Residential & Commercial Sales, Lettings & Management


6 Waterloo Street | St. Helier | JE2 4WT Tel: 730341 | admin@gaudin.je | www.gaudin.je


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