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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

Refunding Deposit money re section21 – Landlord training

What can you do if  your tenant refuses to cash a cheque refunding their deposit so you can serve a section 21 notice? Does it mean you can’t serve  your notice, ever? Today’s video clip answers this question.  Note that this is the FINAL DAY to get the Legal Update Video Course at 50% discount......

Contacted by MX Bradford and Bingley about S24!

I’ve received a letter telling me about S24, stamp duty and a few other changes happening in the market which I’m guessing some other people might also have received? I must admit I was a little scared by the booklet telling me about all of the things happening in the market right now, I wasn’t......

Demand for UK property falls towards the end of 2016

The midlands and northern regions of the UK have benefited the most despite property demand falling by 7% in total. Six out of ten of the biggest leaps in demand occurred in these regions with Solihull in the top spot with demand having increased by 77%. This is followed by Portsmouth at 67% and Bexley......

Warning to Government that families may be made homeless by Section24

Former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, Dame Kate Barker, has warned the Treasury Select Committee that families could lose their homes as a result of extra tax burdens on landlords through Section24 reduction of mortgage interest tax relief. Dame Kate said that these changes will affect the housing stock and that......

RICS recommendations for the Private Rented Sector

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) have produced a Rented Sector Policy Paper for England. To see the full report Click Here The Introduction starts: “Since the 1990s, the UK has undergone significant demographic change: people are settling down later and living longer, incomes of younger households generally haven’t risen in...

Retaliatory Eviction – Legal update training for Landlords

Watch a 10 minute clip of specialist housing barrister Sam Mdage-Wyld explaining retaliatory eviction, taken from the Legal Update Online Video Course (NB special 50% reduction offer ending tomorrow, 9th December) You will find it on this page click here featuring Sam’s online video workshop. You will need to scroll down until you see the......

Why You Need To Become A Rental Partnership

HMRC charge tax on the benefit of rental profit and capital growth from rental properties. Mortgage lenders take their security against legal ownership. It has been possible to split legal and beneficial ownership in England and Wales since the Christian Crusades. There are three primary tax reasons for creating a partnership by splitting...

Tenant is sub-letting without permission – what can I do?

I have just discovered that my tenants, who are the only ones named on the contract, are sub-letting the 2nd bedroom in the property without my permission. This sub-let took place from the commencement of their tenancy, nearly 6 months ago. It clearly states within their contract no sub-letting is to take place without my......

Landlord wants me to pay for roof and give it back to me when he can?

I bought 3 apartments off an estate agent who personally owned them himself. He needed to sell to stave off bankruptcy FYI. I own all the apartments above his agency, there are only 3. I have a lease with him for 99 years with 97 outstanding. The lease states regarding repairs that we must “pay......

MR WHIP OFF Councils breaking Laws collecting council tax?

MR WHIP OFF by Disgruntled Landlord Councils flaunting and breaking Statutory Laws collecting council tax I have copied my letter I am sending to Norwich City council regarding the way they view the landlord’s liability. The letter is un-edited so it shows more than you need, the bit you can skip to is the last......

How to interpret one clear calendar month’s notice?

My tenant gave notice on 23 November. ( currently on periodic tenancy) His lease period runs from 15th – 14th of each month. I had presumed that he was required to give one clear tenancy period’s notice in writing (i.e. must end on the last day of a tenancy period) . In other words one......

Replacement Double Glazing – who should pay and when?

When I bought my leasehold flat the two wood-framed window & door were in very poor repair. So much so that the managing agent contacted me to say that the decorating contractor found that the sills are rotten and the bottom edge of the windows is beyond repair. According to the lease the landlord should......

Data Protection Rules Training

How long do you need to keep ‘right to rent’ data in order to defend yourself against prosecution?   Are you at risk if you destroy your copy documents? You will find it on this page click here featuring Sam’s online video workshop. You will need to scroll down until you see the video clip......

Why do the Government and Nottingham City Council have it in for Residential Landlords?

In the U.K. We have a chronic shortage of Housing. Apparently we need 250,000 New Houses a Year but last year (and that was a good year) we built 141,000 new homes !! The Government can’t afford to provide them and nor can Local Authorities so over the past 15 years or so the ”......

Rent Repayment Orders

Listen to barrister Sam Madge-Wyld discuss Rent Repayment Orders and how they can affect ordinary landlords like you.   You will find it on this page click here (you will need to scroll down) featuring Sam’s online video workshop which is on special offer this week at 50% discount.
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London Living Rent plan could help supply 90,000 new homes by 2021

London Mayor Sadiq Khan hopes his living Rent plans will supply 90,000 new homes by 2021. The idea will set rents at no more than a third of the local average household income while tenants save for a deposit to buy a property. £3.15bn has been pledged to London from central government in the Autumn......

Buy to Let Apartments In Peterborough where there is soaring demand

Peterborough is one of the UK’s fastest growing cities in terms of the economy, population. and has excellent transport links to London and Cambridge. Yields of 7% are currently achievable due to insufficient rental stock to meet demand. There are also strong capital appreciation predictions as the city is currently in year 8 of a......

Nottingham City Council looking to implement a citywide selective licensing

Nottingham City Council (NCC) is looking to implement a citywide selective licensing designation, which proposes to license 35,000 residential properties at a cost of £600 per property. This designation will include all non-HMO properties in the city. They intend to undertake a 10 week consultation in the near future with the scheme to commence...

Extractor fan or dehumidifier for bathroom?

I have a 2 bed top floor flat in Aberdeen. The bathroom has a velux window but no extractor fan. The current tenants have asked me if I could get an extractor fan fitted as they feel there is a lot of condensation and don’t want the window open all the time. I would like......

Fallen Apples?

I’m a landlord that has a large apple tree within the back garden. It overhangs the public highway (end of a quiet cul-de-sac) which runs along the back of the property. As it has been that time of year that it usually deposits a large amount of apples on the footpath / road. As I......