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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.

Latest Properties

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Prop. Type: Semi-Detached
Bedrooms: 2
Garages: 1
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Prop. Type: Terraced
Bedrooms: 2
Garages: 0
For Rent
Bathrooms: 1
Prop. Type: Terraced
Bedrooms: 3
Garages: 1
For Rent
Bathrooms: 1
Prop. Type: Semi-Detached
Bedrooms: 2
Garages: 0

Latest Property News

No ASTs but Lodgers Agreements on new HMO purchased?

I have just completed on my fourth HMO. It comes complete with six tenants all professionals and all paying rent happily. However, no ASTs , only a “Lodger’s Agreement” which is a single sheet of A4, and explicitly states on it that no tenancy has been formed by this document. I am not sure if......

What percentage can you charge tenants for damages?

I have had a tenant living in one of my properties for the last 18 months. The tenant has now vacated without giving the notice period required so will be charged the notice period rent as stated in the AST. The tenant has taken the carpet in the hall and underlay and has completely destroyed......

Has the conveyancer made a mistake

I purchased a property nearly 2 years ago as a btl. All has been fine. 9 months ago I had my first service charge bill with arrears from the previous leaseholder. I queried this (obviously) as it was a large sum of money – and was a bit puzzled as I knew that I had......

Evictions carried out by HCEOs – the MoJ finally issue guidance

According to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) there have been times when county court bailiffs and High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) have turned up at the same address to evict a tenant, causing confusion over who has jurisdiction. I have to say that in all my years at The Sheriffs Office I have never come......

Permitted Occupier’s rights?

My tenant has given his notice after being 3 months in arrears with his rent. However his partner [now ex-partner], who is named as Permitted Occupier, is refusing to leave the property. What rights does this PO have or can I just go and change the locks after the tenants notice expires? Many thanks John
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BTL individually owned, let through a LTD Company?

It seems we may have set up a method of working that is incorrect and seek your opinion. We own several properties in husband and wife names, we then set up a Limited Company and lease these to the company for a peppercorn rent. The Limited company then lets the properties and manages them to......

NLA demands licensing delay in Liverpool as council criminalises Landlords

The National Landlords Association (NLA) is demanding that Liverpool City Council (LCC) postpones the launch of its city-wide licensing scheme – due to go live on 1 April – because its current application process would put every landlord in Liverpool in breach of the law. The NLA claims that the current online application process provided......

First buy to let offer accepted- what’s next?

Finally I have managed to secure a property as my first buy to let. I had posted previous discussions which have helped me in making an informed decision. As I have now my offer accepted, I have to send my solicitor details and start with all the formalities. But before I could dive in this......

Probate dispute can I rent out property from the estate?

My husband is the executor of my late mother’s estate (her only asset was her home), and I was her only beneficiary. My niece has now placed a caveat on the will so probate cannot be granted until the dispute has been resolved. As executor can he rent this property out? We had no intention......

Allowing sub-letting could create havoc in the Private Rented Sector, say insurance experts

Property118’s Landlord Insurance experts have expressed concerns over the Government’s plans to allow private tenants to sub-let properties. Included in last week’s Budget small print, under the title “Support for the sharing economy”, was a clause seemingly giving the green light to sub-letting. See what readers think here. The wording said...

Property Investor Show 2015

At 4pm on Friday 17th April I will be presenting a seminar on buying and selling tenanted property at the Property Investor Show 2015 at Excel London (Theatre 7). I have secured FREE tickets for Property118 members, just click THIS LINK and then complete the registration form to get yours If you can’t make it on......

Brand new, pre-let, high yield, fully furnished

Mark Alexander, founder of described these investment properties as “a bargain” and said “these will sell quickly”. They are located less than 1/2 mile from the Liverpool John Moores University main 24 hour library and one mile from other university buildings.   Details of prices, configurations and pre-let terms can be found...

Helping a Tenants Wife to get Council Housing

We have a tenant that has left the family home, he has left his wife & two kids but the wife is not on the tenancy Agreement. We have served a section 21 notice addressed to the tenant on the agreement.  The council have told her they can’t help her with housing if /when she......

Help against defence put up by tenants against section 21

I bought a flat back in Aug 2014 in auction where there were already 2 tenants living in the property with separate tenancy agreement. I was advised by my agent to formulate new joint Tenancy Agreement with £1,200 rent per month.  They are council tenants and I only have received only £600 since then. I......

No inventory and landlord refusing to remove junk

I have recently moved into a flat which was supposed to be rented part furnished. When I did the viewings the previous tenants showed me the furniture that was meant to be staying in the property and I was fine with it.  In real life, when I moved in, I discovered all sorts of clutter......

Can you remove a difficult tenant from an agreement?

After all my years in the industry, I am sure I know the answer to this already but just thought I would pick your brains.  Is there any way of removing one tenant from a joint tenancy ? The tenant has been obstructive and abusive towards his partner, not contributing towards the rent and Police......

Allowable expenses? – my first buy to let

I will be joining the team and collecting the keys to my first property at the end of this week, and getting it ready to let ….  yay! :)  I have got most things in place, insurance/home emergency/legal and rent cover etc. I am having trouble finding information out about allowable expenses though, when I......

Santander mortgage question

I am about to sign a contract with Santander (received all the documents) but I will need to confirm there will be no persons over the age of 17 years (other than me) who will residing at the property – at all time…. Any such other person who will be living in the property must......

Use a solicitor to help evict a tenant or do it yourself?

I have a property which is being managed by a letting agent and the tenant who is a single parent in full time work is now over 3 months in arrears. The tenant has had lots of letters sent to her and been into the letting agent to arrange a payment plan to pay off......

HMO entitlement to receive rent

After reading a lot of the articles on this matter I am very concerned.  I have a property that I have let out as rooms since 2006 and after problems with a tenant that has not paid rent the council was called in by her and now I have been informed that I need a......