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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: 3
Garages: 0
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Bathrooms: 1
Prop. Type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 2
Garages: 0
For Sale
Bathrooms: 1
Prop. Type: Semi-Detached
Bedrooms: 5
Garages: 0
For Sale
Bathrooms: 1
Prop. Type: Semi-Detached
Bedrooms: 3
Garages: 1

Latest Property News

HMO or What?

I have been offered a building split into 10 self contained units, no sharing. Planning is for one property and council tax is one property.
Question is ‘what is it’?
I’ve a couple of standard HMOs so know what that entails
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Solution for buying student property – Shares?

We have just sold several buy to lets we have had for a long time. We are looking at re-investing with minimum hassle running of the investment
There are plenty of schemes around which get you to buy a student pod or a room in a hotel
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Scotland’s most ‘responsible’ student tenants

Students aren’t always renowned for being the most house proud but, for the first time, it has been revealed which Scottish universities have the most responsible student tenants.
Research from SafeDeposits Scotland, the country’s leading tenancy deposit protection scheme
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New mortgage for Airbnb and short-term lettings

Tipton & Coseley Building Society has launched a new mortgage designed for owners who use Airbnb to let their properties.
The new product and criteria with a maximum of 75% Loan to Value is available for purchasing a second home or holiday let and includes remortgaging.
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She’s out – thank you readers for your support and advice

She signed the Deed of Surrender at 8.30pm last night after demanding that I be there at 4pm yesterday having given me 4 days notice of vacating. Put out the flags.
Some of you may remember that my tenant owes £4k+ in arrears (housing benefit shortfall and a 6 month HB over-payment).
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Rent arrears rising – What has government got to be worried about?

Data from Your Move have the number of tenants in arrears increasing for 4 consecutive months between January and April and the proportion of tenants in arrears has risen from 8.4% to 9.4%
Belvoir recently reported a fifth of its offices had 40% of tenants in arrears during the first 3 months of the year.
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ONS House Price Inflation 3.0% year to May 2018

The Office for National Statistics has released its latest report ending May 2018 for monthly house price inflation in the UK, calculated using data from HM Land Registry, Registers of Scotland and Land and Property Services Northern Ireland.

Advice on tenants fostering children – spooked by LA?

We rent a 2 bed property to a middle aged couple. They keep it in good condition and always pay the rent on time. They have applied to foster a child, and they informally asked if I was OK with this
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your invitation to Meet the Developer – Birmingham 22nd Sept

If you are looking to invest in the Birmingham property market this invitation is definitely for you.
This very special event is your chance to get up close and personal with Birmingham as an investment destination. After touring our off-plan developments you will be driven back to the venue for lunch
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Generation Rent wants unlimited tenancies and no sales of rental properties to FTBs

Dan Wilson Craw, director of Generation Rent, had an article in CityMetric, “an arm of the New Statesman”, last week entitled “Here’s why government plans for longer tenancies don’t go far enough”.
Now that Craw has seen the...

The National LIS Awards

The National LIS Awards, is proudly brought to you by the organisers of the National Landlord Investment Show.
Connect with the very best in the industry at the National LIS Awards on Thursday 15th November 2018 at the Grosvenor House
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‘Lending for Refurbishment Costs’ – up to 100% of refurb costs

Shawbrook Bank the specialist property investor lender has released a light refurbishment option called “Lending for Refurbishment Costs”, to their STL range and is a unique approach to this type of lending.
In addition to borrowing 75% Loan to Value against the lower of day one purchase price or value
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OMG a cure for my front door OCD

I am absolutely terrible at having to go back and check I have locked the front door and often have to reverse the car back up the road to double check!
Mark Alexander has found me a Press Release if it is of interest to anyone else:
New research reveals extent of carelessness...

Setting up a property management company?

I manage my late husband’s portfolio of 8 properties. At the moment I have no other income as I’m so busy with these, but may in the future get a part time job. I have 3 children – 2 at university
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Leak from flat upstairs – Please help?

I am the owner/leaseholder of a small ground floor studio flat and my flat has been badly damaged by a leak coming from the flat upstairs. The source of the leak was confirmed by the managing agent’s contractor on the 6th of February 2018 and since then I have been chasing the owner of the flat above to rectify.
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118 days average to remove tenants via courts

A new research report released by Simple Landlords insurance indicates the average number of days for court-appointed bailiffs to remove tenants from private landlords’ properties after bringing a claim to court is 118 days.
Analysis of Ministry of Justice figures shows 21,429 possession claims were brought to court last year and of these...

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
  • ...