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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

How to convert townhouse into flats?

I have a townhouse in 3 levels. The ground level can be easily converted into a stand-alone flat with its own entrance. I already have planning permission to install a 2nd kitchen on the ground floor and a bathroom is in place. The result of this would be a flat on the ground floor and......

Advice on harassment situation please

I am writing to see if anyone can advise on a very sad case. A lady I know, a Colombian immigrant with her husband and 11 year old son, have been living for a few years in a self-contained 3 bedroom flat in Haringey. (another tenant upstairs). They had an AST renewed every 6 months.......

Automated thermostats are they a gadget too far?

I’ve been a Landlord for a few years now. My hobbies include gaming and technology (can’t remember how many times I’ve been to the gadget show live!). I’m sure you’ve all seen that automated thermostats are now rapidly becoming a “thing”, a lot of this new technology seems to be gradually getting smarter. I’ve looked......

Electric Shower vs Mains Fed

I just bought my first buy to let and currently refurbing the bathroom. I am putting a shower over the bath but can’t decide on electric shower or one fed from the combi boiler on mains pressure. Electric shower pros/cons P – If boiler breaks tenant can still get a hot shower C – They......

Joint tenancy one arrested one leaves – is it abandoned?

I had a young couple on a joint tenancy. The young man became very drunk (did have a tendency to drink too much according to some other tenants) and began rowing and hitting his girlfriend, another tenant became involved and police were called. He was arrested and held and is not allowed back to his......

Second Home Loss

I purchased a second “holiday” home in 2004 for £250k and it has never been rented out. I am currently looking to sell it, but realistically it’s only worth £225-£230K, Ouch! It was also registered as my private residential property for some time to gain the relief when sold. Now the question, if I sell......

Claim struck out for section 21 over 12 months old?

I just received a Court Order which struck out my claim for possession. The reason given was: “Section 21 expired more than 12 months prior to the commencement of proceedings it cannot be relied upon”. I have done many cases with a section 21 notice which was older than 12 months without any problems. Is......

SAL Response to First Ministers Legislative Statement

Responding to the Legislative Statement delivered by the First Minister to the Scottish Parliament this afternoon, John Blackwood, Chief Executive of Scottish Association of Landlords, said: “SAL understands the pressure for legislative action to improve the current rental regime in the Private Rented Sector (PRS) and has been working closely...

Tenants in common – sale after husband passing

I wish to sell a property owned by my husband and I as joint tenants in common, he has died some years ago, and I now wish to sell. Are there any legal restrictions? Many thanks Edna
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Buying a property with a regulated tenant in?

I have chance of purchasing a reasonable property via an auction.The problem is that the tenant has been living there for many years and is on a regulated tenancy. I’m not sure how long this tenancy has been in place or the details about it. The rent is £3000 a year which is about 50%......

August has been All Action

here’s a theory that August is a quiet month of the year, particularly in the property world, with kids off school and people taking summer holidays. Not here at Landlord Action! We’ve had an extremely busy month, not only doing our every day job of helping landlords regain possession of their properties, but filming, advising......

Going down the limited company route with self employed friend

Am just starting out with a couple of non-mortgaged properties but plan to grow and as I am a HRT payer I have decided to create a limited company with me and the non-working wife. I have done lots of research and spoke to a few accountant friends and am reasonably confident that I have......

unhealthy and unsafe building – can I move out?

I moved in a flat a month ago and these are the issues I have: 1. the close of the building and generally the whole building is very dirty. People have been leaving their garbage bags inside the close and the smell is coming into my flat and there are insects and flies that probably......

Any case law on covenant preventing my use of a property as an HMO?

I am in the process of purchasing a property to use as a small (C4 use class) HMO. The Title deeds includes the following Covenant by the Transferee, “Not to use the property except as a single private dwelling house”. That’s all it says in this respect. Does this covenant prevent the use of this......

Who Moves your tenants?

I am new to the Property 118 Forums and not really an active blogger or social media guru, but starting to get into it when I get the time. One of my weaknesses is being a little too wordy, so I’ll try and keep things short and concise because it would be really great to......

Trapped in consent to let and negative equity dilemma?

I have a flat which is in negative equity by 25k. As the flat wasn’t suitable for my little girl to grow up in I bought a house. I ask my lender for a consent to rent my flat out. It is only allowed for two years and one if the condition is to return......

Volunteers Needed To Help With Campaign has been approached by a National Journalist who wants to write some articles on the implications of the Summer Budget proposal to restrict finance cost relief. The journalist wants some case studies and wants to feature landlords and tenants in articles. This is where you come in. Are you willing to put you name......

A Level Playing Field Between Homeowners and Landlords

This is my third Open Letter to Mr George Freeman MP – Conservative, Mid Norfolk  Dear Mr Freeman A response was received this week to the petition to Government regarding the restrictions of finance cost relief to individual landlords. The key message seems to be that Government wishes to “level the field” for homeowners and......

Wireless smoke detectors

I have recently taken on a new property and had an electrician in to look at putting in smoke/ heat detectors. He suggested that wireless ones are used . Are these still acceptable even though guidelines state they have to be hard wired Any advice gratefully received Kat
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Tax efficient way to invest in French 2nd home?

Hi, I am planning to buy a UK BTL in order to fund the purchase and refurb of a house in France which would be a 2nd home (with perhaps some small rental income as a holiday let, but this is not vital to the plan). We would be cash buyers of both. We are......