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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

The RLA Campaigns Team is pleased to report the Government listened to us on UC

In a letter to its members the RLA said:
“The RLA Campaigns Team is pleased to report that the Government has listened to us on Universal Credit – with Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke today confirming tenants who currently have housing benefit paid directly to their landlord
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No opportunity with the Budget?

Where property people often go wrong is they focus on the strategy first: R2R, deal packaging, SA, HMO, lease options etc.
Too often I hear people say “I’m going to focus on serviced accommodation” or “Rent 2 Rent”
I recently presented why you should focus on the market 1st!
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3% Stamp Duty surcharge changes missed in the Budget

International law firm Mishcon de Reya published a summary of budget changes to the 3% surcharge on Stamp Duty that were missed out in Philip Hammond’s budget address to Parliament.
With immediate effect the Finance Bill 2017 to 18 will legislate to improve how the 3% SDLT surcharge for additional residential properties works by giving...

Removing Registry restriction from liquidated company

I am in the process of selling my house and our solicitor has advised that there is a restriction on the property from the original builder Bellway homes, however they cannot help because they lost interest in the house when they sold it in 1991 after completing the build of the development.
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My Next Vote Goes To The Libertarian Party

When I emmigrated to Malta I said I would never vote for a UK political party ever again, even though I am still entitled to do so. Well I have changed my mind, and if you watch this video you might understand why.
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Can I stop an Airbnb guest entering the property?

I’m yet another landlord to discover one of their single let tenants is Airbnb-ing their flat.
I actually found out from the tenant himself when I requested access for a fire inspection and he responded that he was no longer there and had moved city and was now airbnb-ing the flat to cover the rent.
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Housing Benefit Claim declined for sister tenant?

Bit of a complicated one this. My sister relocated to Edinburgh after her marriage broke down and has been renting a flat from myself via the letting agent I have used for years.
As a single parent with a young child of school age her only income is whatever her partner decides to give her (he works abroad).
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Deceased father, bankruptcy and land charges from 30 years ago! HELP!

My father (who died 20 years ago) owned a piece of land in Kent. There are 10 separate charges / creditor’s notices on the land dating from 1975 to 1987 related to bankruptcy.
My mother applied to the Land Registry for an official copy of the Creditors Notice and Bankruptcy Inhibition for the charges
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Buying an HMO that is unlicensed and converting to single use?

My husband and I are in the early stages of buying a property which currently has 8 tenants. It’s a Victorian house with a small basement, 4 let rooms in the first floor, 4 let rooms on second floor and a separate but unoccupied flat on top floor.
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Purpose Built Student Accommodation update for Manchester and Salford

As safe as the housing market may be, few can deny that the student housing markets in Manchester and Salford are starkly different to how they were five years ago. Whilst many commentators seem to think that the only decision-making students are capable of are choosing between two types of cheap beer
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Mark Alexander slams Letting Agents Today article as “absolute tosh”

Mark Alexander, founder of Property118, has reported that Letting Agent Today is scaremongering and the figures are “absolute tosh” in their article ‘Hidden tax hike in Budget small print will hit...

Landlord Action response to Budget Universal Credit changes

The Government appears to have bowed to the volume of criticism leveled at its flagship Universal Credit scheme and a realisation there is a range of fundamental issues which need to be urgently addressed. Mounting evidence pointed to the fact significant hardship was being experienced by claimants due to
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Lender’s Surveyor not happy with manufacturers cladding certificate?

Hi Guys I was wondering if any one have come across this issue and mind sharing it.
For a long while I have been trying to remortgage my 5 bed HMO flat in London. I am restricted to the number of lenders as this flat has got decking access and is ex-council.
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Inheritance tax relief maximisation?

My wife and I own several properties which are rented to tenants. Some of the properties were bought over a number years by increasing the mortgage on our principal residence, each advance being identifiable as an advance with which to purchase a buy to let property
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Non-development covenant on an ex-LA house

Help sought, please, to get around a non-development covenant on an ex-LA house.
We live in an ex-LA semi on a corner plot in a commuter town in Hertfordshire. The plot is large enough to add at least one more dwelling
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The Budget announced Universal Credit changes

Philip Hammond the Chancellor of Exchequer has announced the summer budget today, detailing some changes in the controversial flagship benefit Universal Credit.
Some, but not all of the concerns that have been highlighted in the press were addressed such as the wait for the claimants first payment will be cut from six weeks.
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Landlord Reactions To The 2017 Autumn Budget

The key headlines affecting UK landlords are:-
RESTRICTIONS ON FINANCE COST RELIEF
Disappointingly, there where no amendments suggested to the legislation which restricts finance cost relief for private landlords under Section 24 of the Finance (No.2) Act 2015
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Over 300 Councillors in 40 boroughs are Landlords!

More than 1 in 7 Councillors in the boroughs with the highest levels of privately rented homes are landlords themselves.
This is more than ironic considering the attitude local authorities have to the PRS and landlords with many stories of councils telling tenants not to move out until they are physically evicted regardless of the costs...

Commercial property webinar Q&A Part 2

On 19th October we hosted a webinar on commercial property, we had over 170 people attend. We’ve compiled the second part of the Q&A for you here.
If CRAR has taken place with control of goods on premises and rent still not paid and goods worth less then what do you do? 
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Undervalue sale of property repossession

I had a property sold by my lender for what I believe was undervalued.
It comprised of a house converted with consent into 4 x 2 bed flats producing £5200 per month on ASTs.
The lender kept the property for 1.5 yrs systematically vacating each flat thus reducing income.
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