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Russell Cope Lettings

As one of the areas most well respected property agents, the experienced lettings team at Russell Cope are here to help you find the perfect rental property. From viewing to references, inventories to maintenance, make sure that the experience of renting your home through us is as stress-free as possible.

Russell Cope Landlord Services

We use the latest technology. We attract the right tenants. We make the right choice. We support your needs. Russell Cope offer a range of flexible services for landlords which are designed to help keep a complex area very simple.

Russell Cope Sales

if you want to sell your property to reliable, buyers, then look no further. Our local property experts are here to help and support you throughout the sales process, providing helpful and useful advice. Our powerful marketing package ensures the best possible awareness of your property and we match up the most suitable buyers for your needs, offering you the best all-round service.

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Latest Property News

TDS launches Code of Recommended Practice

The UK’s longest running provider of tenancy deposit schemes, TDS, today launches its Code of Recommended Practice for deposit protection, continuing its on-going remit of improving standards in the private rented sector.
The code (which builds on existing guidance to members) outlines the standards it expects of its members and covers:...

June gross mortgage lending figures up 9% on May

UK Finance which incorporates the old Council of Mortage Lenders (CML) has released estimated June gross mortgage lending figures showing £22.1 billion of borrowing up 9% on May figures of £20.3 billion.
This is however, only an increase of 3% on the figures in June of last year which were £21.5 billion.
Gross mortgage lending for...

Section 24 could cause the next pension crisis

The impact of recent changes to the way buy-to-let properties are taxed could create the next pension crisis as individuals are becoming over-reliant on property to fund their retirement years, says the leading landlord body in the UK.
77% of landlords, approximately 1.8 million, say they are reliant on their residential property...

Shawbrook launch 55 plus interest only mortgage

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have estimated that 600,000 home owners will have their interest only mortgages come to the end of their term requiring repayment before 2020 and that nearly half will have a shortfall and approximately one third will have to find £50,000 or more to repay this shortfall.
Therefore, many customers,...

Negative equity and want rid?

I own a two bedroom apartment in Leeds city centre. I am in negative equity and I want to get rid of it.
Does anyone know of an organisation that will just take it from me and they carry on paying the mortgage.
Any advice will be most welcome
Thank you
Peter
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Housing Benefit Overpayment Case Study

Caridon Landlord Solutions was set up with one purpose in mind; helping landlords secure solutions to any Housing Benefit (LHA) issues which might arise with local councils or DWP in relation to Universal Credit. Most landlords have encountered a problem where they have received a “Housing Benefit notification” stating the benefit claim has...

Letting Agent Gone Bust – Ilford

A local letting agent in Ilford, Essex has closed down his business and run off – no one appears to know where he has gone. A number of landlords including myself have been left in a position where we have tenants in our properties and don’t know how to evict them. The original tenancy agreements......

How do I deal with a shady housing agent?

Help and advise is needed; please forgive my grammar error as I write in pain and low spirit. I rent out my 3 House that goes for market price £1200.00 for £700.00 to a shady a Nigeria agent in Canary Wharf. Little did I know his intention / plan was to rob me of every......

Universal Credit Webinar

Universal Credit Webinar facilitated by portfolio landlord and Upad CEO Mr James Davis and Sherrelle Collman Commercial Business Director of Caridon Landlord Solutions discussing what Universal Credit is and the challenges landlords face. Please follow the link below to join the pre-recorded webinar:...

Deposit retained by tenant find only agent?

Does anyone know what the legal position is regarding an agent retaining the tenants deposit when they have been employed for a tenant find only? I already have an agent that manages my property and protects the tenants deposits, however, this agent claims that their procedure is to protect the deposits themselves through the DPS......

Remortgage now to avoid PRA rules from September?

I only have 4 properties, but fall into the ‘portfolio landlord’ category. The interest only mortgage on one expires in the middle of next year. I have approached the NLA mortgage team and found I can remortgage to Kensington, Paragon or Aldermore, albeit with a monthly increase of £80 – £100. (All mine seem to......

5 things Sheffield’s student HMO landlords should consider this summer

1. Security No one likes to think too much about their property being burgled. As unpleasant a thought as it may be, your property’s security should always be reassessed each summer. Whilst Sheffield has seen a reduction in burglaries, reported cases remain high compared to similar demographic areas nationwide. In Broomhill, a thoroughly...

Releasing capital for business investment

If you are looking to raise capital to invest in a business, you could use the equity in your home using a second charge loan. The Mortgage Conduct of Business rules (which were established in 2004 by the UK financial services regulator) ordinarily limit a lender’s ability to permit release of equity from a home.......

English Housing Survey – Private Rented Sector 2015-2016 released

The English Housing Survey on the Private Rented Sector (PRS) 2015-2016 was released yesterday by the Department for Communities and Local Government. Click Here to see the full report Despite popular propaganda most private renters move, because they want to with only one in ten asked to leave by their landlord. 73% of private renters......

How to deal with incorrect licence advice from agent?

My wife and I are expats who have been renting our property through an agent for 5 years. We currently own a four bedroom property (for bedrooms including a loft extensions). In October 2016, the previous tenants move out and the current occupants moved in. We were sent the documents with a recommendation that we......

Weakened government u-turns on digital tax return plans

Commenting on the Government’s decision to U-turn on its controversial Making Tax Digital Programme, Richard Lambert, Chief Executive Officer at the National Landlords Association (NLA), said: “We are pleased that the Government has finally listened to the concerns raised by the NLA on behalf of landlords who would have been dragged into a...

Is BTL now only viable as a retirement plan?

I have gone round and round on whether to continue with BTL and I keep walking into the 2 same issues: 1 – If I incorporate, tax rates are such that I could only take a small proportion of income (i.e via dividends) as long as I work 2 – If i don’t incorporate, I......

Belvoir acquires Mortgage Advice Bureau to help mitigate ban on tenant fees

Belvoir, which has over 300 offices on the High Street and is currently the UK’s largest property franchise has announced the acquisition of Brook Financial Services Ltd, which trades as Mortgage Advice Bureau. Dorian Gonsalves, who is currently Belvoir’s Chief Operating Officer, and has been with the company since 2005, has taken over the role...

Edinburgh City Council is very excited about Rent Controls

Edinburgh City Council is very excited and pleased with itself. It has just approved action with a view to implementing rent controls. https://www.commonspace.scot/articles/11326/hope-future-cross-party-rent... It...

TDS Charitable Foundation report

The Tenancy Deposit Scheme’s charitable foundation has released a report ‘How do we stamp out damp, condensation and mould in the private rented sector?‘ Kate Faulkner of designsonproperty.co.uk was provided a grant by the TDS to write a series of reports (this is the fourth) for the private rented sector designed to increase knowledge and......