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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

Landlord Action commissioned for second series of Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords

Channel Five bosses have agreed the eye-opening first series of ‘Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords’ has only scratched the surface of the issues faced when the relationships between landlords and tenants break down. With the last episode in the current series due to air on Wednesday 29th July, a second series featuring Landlord Action has been...

Buying a BTL property for Brother in Joint name or single?

I am in process of buying my first buy to let property. I have couple of questions: (i) The property we are in process of buying is for my brother who doesn’t own any property in his name. Ideally we want to have property in his and his wife name but he couldn’t get mortgage......

75% LTV Buy to Let Best Buys

Too often Buy to Let best buy tables can leave you very disappointed as they are usually all based on a low Loan to Value of 60 or even 50% . I have done a more realistic search using a Freehold house purchase price of £100,000 and looking to borrow £75,000 with an applicant income......

Let’s Help This Property Girl Win Miss England

I had the pleasure of meeting Miss Cheltenham (Sophie) at the launch of Cotswold Barristers new Chambers last year. Sophie is a building surveyor, her boyfriend is a landlord and property developer and they live and breath property. Check out this video …
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Budget announcements leave 65% of landlords considering increasing rent

65% of landlords are considering increasing rents following the Budget announcement, according to research by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA). New research reveals that increasing rents are a real possibility, despite the Government having made an argument that rents would not increase as a result of changes to how landlords are...

Void period of Council tax to landlord – how I got round it

As many of you know the ‘void ‘ period from the outgoing tenant vacating and a new one taking occupation the Landlord will get a bill from the Local Council for Council Tax.  Well I put a clause in my AST to say that the outgoing tenants are liable for ALL Utilities / Council Tax......

Lease extension in most cost effective way?

I have 56 years lease left in a flat. I am hoping to extend the lease. I understand that I can apply for Statutory 90 years lease extension plus pepper corn rent. I am hoping to increase my lease without spending a lot of money on solicitors. Can I do the initial negotiations and test......

Tenant wants to take shop interior when she leaves?

I bought a property 8 months ago which contains a lock up shop. The tenant who has been there since 2007 has given 3 months notice to quit. She says that when she moved in she had a wooden floor, kitchen sink and cabinets fitted. She says that as they are her property and she......

Empty Property

I wonder if you can help me , my mother lives in a road where their is a property which has been vacant for the last thirty years . I have contacted the Land Registry and have obtained a copy of the title deeds . This has resulted in me writing a letter to the... Read more...

Landlord has defaulted on mortgage, we are being evicted.

We have a shorthold tenancy agreement in place but 5 months in we have been served with an eviction notice from the landlord’s bank. We have followed the relevant procedure to delay the process by making an application to court and filling in the N244 form etc. What annoys me is the landlady knew about......

Government ripping Landlords again !!!

I have received below an email from a company who were going to improve my rented houses for FREE. All I have to do was to comply with certain requirements ( which I did ) and give £150 per property which would have been refunded at the end……..  We are writing to inform you that......

Rental Property Tax Levy

The following questions have been raised in response to the Governments proposals for “restricting finance cost relief for individual landlords”.  1) Does the Government consider it is reasonable for any business to have to pay more tax than they actually make in profit? 2) Does the Government consider it is reasonable for any business to have...

Tenant changing locks

Can a Tenant change the locks without permission and without telling the Landlord?  I read my tenacy agreement from landlord association and it does not mention that tenants can’t change the locks. Does anyone have any advice about this? I am not that bothered really, but I am not sure they should do that. I......

Shawbrook reduce rates on Ltd Co BTL to aid landlords post budget

Following the announcement in the ‘Summer Budget’ by the chancellor George Osborne that Landlords will will only be able to offset mortgage interest at the basic rate of tax (20%) by 2020, many landlords may feel there investments are under risk. Landlords at current are allowed to view their mortgage interest as another cost, deducting......

Have you made any taxable capital gains this year?

If you’ve made any taxable capital gains this year, would you consider swapping the majority of your tax bill for shares in Property118 Portal Ltd if it was possible to do so? Good news – this is entirely feasible! Here’s how it works … Due to completion of our crowd funding being SEIS conditional, you would......

Own Shares in Property118 Portal Ltd

High value and dividends projected, Circa 33% of available shares already sold, £150,000 target to fund TV advertising, Business plan and projections available on request, Tax efficient SEIS investment, More details and a Q&A forum via THIS LINK
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Survey to influence post Budget BTL product development

I have been asked by some industry heavyweights to gain some intel from the BTL community on how they feel about the Budget changes that will affect property investors.  The results of the survey could assist the market by producing valuable feedback to enable new and improved mortgage products become available to address (and hopefully...... Progress Update

I spoke to Chris Sheldon at this morning to get an update on progress since the completion of their successful crowd funding campaign earlier this year.  Chris was delighted to report that the business is ahead of target in terms of cash at bank, turnover, profit and properties under management. He advised me that......

Q&A’s posted on our Crowd Funding Pitch

We welcome tough questions from our investors, after all it is their money they are backing us with. Below is a selection of questions posted on the Q&A section of our Seedrs crowd funding pitch page together with my replies.  For more information about our crowd funding campaign, how to own shares in Property118 Portal......

Fees for issuing a possession claim in the county court set to increase by £75

On Wednesday 22nd July 2015, the Ministry of Justice announced a new consultation on court fee increases. Civil proceedings March 2015 saw the introduction of a court fee of 5% of the value of the claim, up to a maximum cap of £10,000 for a claim of £200,000. The new consultation proposes raising this cap......