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

Latest Property News

Legal responsibility – N Power or Landlord?

A tenant vacates a property and both the tenant and managing agent provided final meter readings to the utility company to terminate the supply of electricity and gas. However, N Power fails to terminate the utility supply. The property is then empty for 9 months with the service still connected and at the end of......

£1million spent on Travel Lodge accommodation in PRS perfect storm

It has been reported that Peterborough Council have spent over £1million to house families in Travel Lodges since April This year. This is due to an increase in Homelessness in Peterborough from an average of 98 people per month to 150 in August. The Council is blaming this increase on the role out of Universal......

Overcharging to tighten nut?

I asked a plumber I have used before to check a leaking radiator at my tenants house as soon as he could. Four days later he turned up, tightened the valve connection and left, 2 minutes maximum my tenant tells me. I have now received his invoice for £90 to “tighten a nut”. Should I......

Landlord Action to feature in third series of Channel Five’s ‘Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords’

Following the success of the first two series, Channel 5 has commissioned a third series of ‘Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords’, with Landlord Action as one of the leading tenant eviction firms featuring throughout the twelve-part series. As rents spiral ever upwards due to continuing pressure on housing stock, the dramatic observational...

No Nonsense Tax Advice For Landlords

Section 24 Tax Problems – Will your mortgage interest payments be taxed? The following breaks down, into three easy sections, the important questions of whether your mortgage interest payments will be taxed from 2017 onward, and if so what you can do about it. Identify the size of the PROBLEM, if indeed there is one at all What......

The Maluka Thanks George Osborne

The following appeared this weekend in the comments section of an article published on the Conservative Home website:- I am The Maluka. I am a rich landlord without a mortgage (I had to look up ‘mortgage’ on Wikipedia for the word was not in my vocabulary). Currently I house many, more than 100, DWP tenants......

The Irish Experience – an apology

We at Property118 have often pointed out that the Irish government disallowed finance costs between April 1998 and December 2001, and the average rent rose by almost 50% from 600 Euros to almost 900 Euros. We inadvertently gave the impression that this measure affected existing loans, and was retroactive. Having found the TAX BRIEFING from......

First HMO property but what about the future?

I’m in the process of purchasing my first HMO property and need some advice on purchasing in my sole name, or through an SPV company as I understand the interest relief will soon be gone for sole investors along with other changes. What if the same reliefs get changed for limited and SPV companies? Or......

Tenant threatening legal action after cleaning bill?

My tenants of 3 years moved out and did not clean the property thoroughly after moving out. I called in the cleaners including the carpet and paid £80, which I said will deduct from the deposit, as there were stains, rubbish under the bed etc. The lead tenant was not happy with this and said......

Investment tools to source deals

Hi Everyone, I’m currently researching how technology is influencing property investments, and I was wondering two things: – If buying a property involves the 3 below steps, how much time do you usually spend on each step? 1. finding properties – X hours 2. verifying that they are right – X hours 3. closing the......

Capital losses carried forward on Spanish property?

I’ve recently sold my holiday home in Spain and realised a loss of about £100,000. If I sold one of my let properties in the UK, is it possible to off set the loss against the gain? If yes, must the loss and gain be in same tax year? Or can the loss from Spain......

Maidenhead and Runnymede & Weybridge Constituent Landlords

Is Theresa May (Maidenhead) or Philip Hammond (Runnymede and Weybridge) your MP?  We are active members of the Property118 section 24 campaign research team and have already met our own MP’s and a few others. The campaign team believes the important messages we are sending to the most influential MPs are not getting through. There......

When is a Director not a Director?

I own a flat in a block of 12. Years ago 10 of us got together and purchased the Freehold. I am one Director and there is another Director of the company, however the other Director is one of the two owners who did not contribute to the purchase of the Freehold. I was surprised......

Complications with a Council let handover when tenancy ended early?

We rented a flat through a letting agent, a property that was fully furnished with the intention of letting it to students. He advised us to rent it to the council saying that it would be risk free as the rent would be paid and the property would be returned in the condition that it......

One student wants to leave a joint tenancy and rent not received?

Four students share a house that I have let to them under a joint tenancy on a fixed term which ends in August 2017. There is a proper tenancy agreement and the deposit is guaranteed in compliance with the law. There are no guarantors to the tenancy. The tenancy agreement shows a monthly rent due......

Liverpool wants landlords to pay Council Tax for student tenants!

Readers of This forum will be aware of the efforts of both myself and Property 118 to expose the shortcomings of various Local authorities, and how Landlords are affected as a result of the actions of tax payer funded public servants. The latest revenue raising scheme floated by Liverpool is astounding. The council want Landlords......

Renters aged over 46 make up 40% of the private rental market

An increasing number of private renters are now aged over 40, according to new research. 18% are over the age of 55 and another 22% are in the 46-55 age group. Those living in private rental accommodation under 35 made up just 39% of the market. These figures represent an important shift over the last......

Auction and estate agent fees went through the roof?

I was just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a bit of a sticky situation. Having sold a property at auction, the auction house billed £12000 to the seller (prop. sold at 299000). On top of this, our estate agent has also just asked for nearly £8000. As the property was sold at auction......

Neighbour’s outbuilding within my boundary in state of disrepair?

I own a Victorian terraced property which has an outbuilding, belonging to the neighbour, lying completely in my property boundary. It was one property originally apparently. The issue is that this outbuilding is falling down, but the neighbour refuses to repair or remove it and blames a tree of mine for causing the damage. She......

Are these ethical sales tactics?

I would be interested to know what other people feel about this behaviour from an estate agent? I saw a property that I very much wanted to buy and after having my original offer turned down I decided to offer the full asking price. I was informed that there were 2 other parties interested but......