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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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Bedrooms: 3
Garages: 1
For Rent
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Bedrooms: 2
Garages: 0
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Bedrooms: 1
Garages: 0

Latest Property News

Universal Credit landlord engagement newsletters

The Department for Work and Pensions has released its June 2018 Universal Credit newsletter.
These Universal Credit newsletters will be published quarterly and provide information to social and private landlords about Universal Credit.

Rent A Room – your views

Property118 has attached to this week’s summary a copy of the government consultation paper on its Rent A Room proposals. The time for response expires on 31st August 2018.
Are there views on this subject from Property118 readers and the Rent A Room consultation paper and government proposals?
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Is IPPR’s report “On borrowed time” pure fantasy or a cynical publicity stunt?

Whatever it was, the call for the Bank of England to freeze house prices for 5 years was lapped up by the Guardian and the Times.  For those like myself who had never heard of the IPPR, it describes itself thus: “IPPR is a registered charity and the UK’s pre-eminent progressive think tank”. 
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Property118 Nominated For Prestigious Award

We are delighted to have been nominated for the highly prestigious “Property Investor Webite of the Year” award for 2018.
However, it all comes down to public voting now and we have some tough competition including:-

  • NLA
  • RLA
  • Property Tribes
  • The Property Hub
  • ...
Blown away with fantastic location of stunning investment properties

We are delighted to bring Property118 investors this fabulous opportunity to purchase 1 & 2 bed apartments within the Southside development, in the lovely town of Ilkeston, just 10 miles east of Derby and 8 miles west of Nottingham.  This spacious development is conveniently situated in the heart of Ilkeston town centre
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EPC D and CO2 emissions F ?

I have encounter an problem on EPC and CO2 emission:
I received latest EPC on the property I am proposing to purchase today:
1. The EPC is D on the front page next to the color chart
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Eviction of travellers: Writ of possession or common law?

There are approximately between 200,000 and 300,000 travellers living in the United Kingdom with around 60,000 who live in caravans on both authorised and unauthorised sites. If you do have problems with travellers then there are two options available to you
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Three-year tenancy agreements

The government intends to hold a consultation on tenancy agreement lengths, with the proposal setting out the shortest term being three years with a six-month break clause.
As it stands around 80% of tenancies in England and Wales are either six or twelve month assured short hold agreements
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The 5 Year House Price Freeze Idea – How Stupid Is That?

A “think tank” called The Institute for Public Policy Research has said that Britain needed to “reset” the way it thinks about rising prices to break the “cycle of ever-rising house prices that drives property speculation”, which it argues crowds out investment in the “real economy”.
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Section 24 Billboard Campaign Heads North

Four new Billboards will be erected in the following locations over the next few weeks to promote the campaign against Section 24 and the devastating damage the tax attack on private landlords is having on the availability and pricing of UK rental properties:-

  • Mansfield –

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Slightly complicated termination question?

Hi, I have a slightly complicated version of the question around terminating a letting agency contact.
We were with one letting agent for a number of years. Although there were issues, they found great tenants and we muddled along.
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How to nicely vacate tenant out of property with rising damp?

Hello all, Looking for advice on how to best get my tenant out of my property so I can treat rising damp, paint it and sell it.
My tenant has rented my terraced house in St Helens for the last 5 years now with many ups and downs
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Tenant claiming for associated costs from water leak visits?

Hello – there was a water leak in the property where I am the landlord.
There was more than one visit to fix this and the tenant was informed prior (but claims not enough notice). Now he tells me due to time taken off work and re-arranged trips etc at work I am liable for those costs.
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How to Rent guide updated yet again!

The recently updated ‘How to Rent’ guide has been updated yet again!
The 9th of July 2018 edition now replaces the 10th of June 2018 edition.
Click Here to download the full document which must be provided by landlords and...

Troublesome Tenants in small close?

We are a small close of residential tenants where elderly and disabled people live. Approximately three months ago a flat in the close was let to a single female.
She moved in almost immediately with a person we suspect is her brother.
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Call for cross-party housing tsar

As the Government’s latest cabinet reshuffle sees Kit Malthouse appointed as the UK’s 17th housing minister in 20 years, Belvoir is once again calling for the appointment of an independent housing tsar.
Dorian Gonsalves, CEO of Belvoir says: “It is almost a year to the day since Belvoir wrote an open letter to the Prime Minister

Rent A Room consultation will hit Airbnb style letting

The Government consultation on Rent A Room tax reliefs looks set hit Airbnb style letting of entire properties rather than individual room lodger type agreements.

Shared wall and old toilet dispute?

We live in a small 2 bed terraced house. It had an old toilet in the yard that goes back to back with our neighbour’s. Our roof had cave in and it wasn’t big enough to store kids toys or anything so we decided we wanted to remove it.
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Kit Malthouse – another brand new Housing Minister!

Recently elected as an MP for North West Hampshire in 2015 Kit Malthouse has taken over from Dominic Raab (now Brexit Secretary) as Housing Minister.
This is not what you would call a high profile appointment in a vital area of crisis for the UK
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Top 10 towns and cities that will bear the brunt of rising rents

Two million tenants across the UK could be hit with rent rises in 2018, with Walsall topping the list of the 10 places where the highest number of tenants will face rent increases.
Over 70% of tenants in the West Midlands town could be hit with higher rents
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