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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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Bedrooms: 3
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Bedrooms: 4
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Latest Property News

Landlords resizing, reducing gearing and increasing rent

Landlords with between 6 and 20 properties in their portfolio have increased from 35% to 39% of those surveyed according to Paragon’s latest PRS Trends research, based on interviews with 203 experienced landlords in Q1 2018.
This follows a drop in the proportion of landlords in the 3 to 5 property bracket at the end of 2017
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Mark Carney – May rate rise less likely

Following the latest inflation figure decrease to 2.5%, and softer economic data, Mark Carney has indicated that the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) are less likely to increase the Bank Base rate from 0.5% when it next meets on the 10th of May.
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Limited Co. proxy agreement?

We have 5 properties (a mix of family let and HMOs) which we currently own and manage in a general partnership. All the properties are unencumbered (no mortgages) and we wish to incorporate our business via s.162. So far, so clear.
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“Local authorities should have the power to confiscate properties”

“We have received evidence that civil penalties are not strong enough to deter landlords who are prepared to commit the most serious offences, and fines issued through the courts are often insufficient to make prosecutions worthwhile. We believe local authorities should have the power to levy more substantial fines
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CGT minimisation on family inherited property?

After the death of our parents, my brother and I inherited a property which we have been renting for almost 30 years and considering selling for as many years. It is still registered to just my brother and I.
We both have families now with two kids each
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Keep it simple CASH is king!

The very things I love about property investing are often the things others can’t stand!
For me, buying and holding or buying and selling go hand in hand. I would never buy a property I couldn’t sell for a profit and I would never buy one I couldn’t rent with a strong ROI!
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Ltd company BTL options and timings

We are about to purchase our first BTL through a Ltd company, I already have a couple in my own name, but have decided to shift to the Ltd co. model.
The property will be purchased upfront with cash
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Disrepairs – What do Councils look for?

Does anyone have experience of the most common items found by local authorities under the heading “general disrepairs” when properties are inspected in Selective Licensing areas?
It would be good to know what in particular they are looking for and the experiences of other Landlords that have had an inspection.
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Warning to landlords and letting agents over fake referencing

This week’s episode of “Bad Tenants, Rogue Landlords” (Thursday 19th April, Channel 5, 8pm) will serve as a warning to all landlords and letting agents over the dangers of fake tenant references, as landlord Paul Bloom faces a struggle to get his property back from a bogus company let.
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I want Licensing to prosecute me to prosecute themselves!

Council Flat has CATEGORY ONE HAZARD Mould & Nottingham City Council are doing nothing about it for a whole year. Yet Nottingham Selective Licensing wants us Landlords to do all our houses within 3 MONTHS!
Dear Councillors &
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How to get the best Landlords Insurance

IF you own more than one let property then you could save money and improve cover by buying a landlord portfolio of insurance.
If you own multiple properties, there are benefits to buying the insurance all together as discounts can be applied that single properties do not attract.
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Despicable vehemently anti-landlord Guardian article

The Guardian has sunk to new lows this week with the publication of the most vehemently anti-landlord article, by Rhik Samadder (such an expert in the field that none of us have ever heard of him), that I have ever seen published by a national newspaper.
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utilities liability – no contract?

Do I need to pay the standing charge for electricity on an empty BTL when the previous tenant changed it without my permission and they do not have a contract with me.
It has never happened before. I told them by phone I did not want their service.
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Is it worth converting BTL into Holiday Let for CGT?

I am planning to sell at least 25 properties pre the full roll out of s24 and wonder if there is any benefit to changing those that I can, into holiday let’s for a while?
I pay 28% if I sell one now
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My patience is being tested – Should I evict?

I currently have a problem with a tenant who has been with me for over 7 years in a HMO renting out a room on an individual AST.
He notified me and the agent that manages the property at the end of February that he has run into financial hardship having lost his job.
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Ltd Company interest on Directors loan?

Just wondering if anyone has any ideas on this as I am not finding much on the web and there seems to be different ideas about CT61 forms.
I am about to ( July 18 ) clear the mortgage across my 6 flats which I have had in a ltd company since 2005.
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House Price Inflation – Government assessment of pressures

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has released a short analysis illustrating the individual relationships between some important housing market pressures and house prices.
The report is not intended to be exhaustive and has limitations, but uses relationships estimated from the affordability model in the 2007 and...

Management fee 50% hike!

Hi there. Any advice on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
I’ve just received a request for payment for the next three months’ worth of service charge on a flat I let out managed by a company called Centrick.
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Declaration on selling a property – integrity is paramount

Should I decide to sell one of my BTL’s I know that I am obliged to declare information that may affect the transaction; such as boundaries, disputes, even “significant occurrences” at the property such as murder or a suicide. Fortunately
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3% net yield a decent return on investment?

I have a couple of properties and one property has come onto the market recently which I am interested in.
The Net Yield is around 3% and should rent very easily and provide around £4K profit each year before tax.
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