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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

10,000 signatures – Government to respond

Mark Homer’s online petition has attracted over 10,000 signatures, which is the point where the government must respond top the point raised.
If over 100,000 signatures are achieved before November 14 it must then be considered for a debate in Parliament.
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Renting to sister and renewing mortgage?

My sister returned to the UK after separating from her husband in which I agreed to rent one of my properties to her which is done through a letting agent. She is not on any benefits and works part time.
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Any Canary Gateway / Bywater Square landlords out there?

Any landlords out there who have an apartment in Canary Gateway / Bywater Square, E14. The Management Company / Freeholder is Y&Y Management. They have increased the service charge dramatically (on a brand new development) and are attempting to levy an annual notice of sub-letting fee…….without any obvious contractual reasoning as far as I...

New Freeholder demanding back fees for renting?

I have owned a leasehold property since 1995. After I bought it I rented it out having received permission from the freeholder. I then lived in the property for many years, but more recently I have rented it out again.
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New Online Presentation Simplifies Tax Planning Options for Landlords

In association with Mark Smith, Head of Chambers at Cotswold Barristers, we have put together a PowerPoint Show which can be watched free of charge from the comfort of your own PC – see below.
The presentation provides an outline of a variety of tax planning opportunities available to landlords with anything from one property to hundreds...

UK Landlords Campaigning To Save Tenants From Rent Hikes and Eviction

Whoever thought we would see landlords funding a campaign to save tenants from rent hikes and eviction?
It’s happening though!
Bournemouth is the latest City to see the erection of Section 24 campaign billboards.
The first in Bournemouth is located just off 549 Wimbourne Road
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Evicting tenants who are keeping pets without permission

The first question to ask is do you have a clause in your tenancy agreement prohibiting pet ownership at the property?
Why have a clause?
Landlords commonly will have a clause prohibiting pet ownership for the following reasons:

  • Potential damage to the property
  • Problems for future tenants due to pet allergies...
Shelter want default fees banned

In addition to the government lettings fee ban Shelter are calling for a ban or limit on what they term ‘backdoor’ or default fees.
Default fees are a charge written into the tenancy contract when an agreed term has been broken or a service has to be provided.
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Are private landlords going soft in their old age?

Public perception of private landlords is often that they are a tight fisted bunch looking for any opportunity to hike up rents or make tenants homeless. However, a recent Just Giving campaign goes at least some way to dispelling this myth.
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£1.36 million in TPO awards

The Property Ombudsman (TPO) has today released its 2017 annual report.
Property Ombudsman Katrine Sporle confirms the number of complaints received rose by 3% to 3,658.  TPO made financial awards to consumers in 2,408 instances which totaled £1.36 million
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Are Brokers the New Bankers?

Long gone are the days when you could approach your bank manager and they would use their discretion regarding granting a loan.
Bank lending to small and medium-sized businesses has shrunk substantially since the financial crises. New regulations make it more difficult for banks to lend to companies
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Section 24 Campaign Arrives in Poole

Poole is the latest City to see the erection of a Section 24 campaign billboard.
It is located just off Old Wareham Road, Poole BH12 4QS and traffic data shows that 928,000 motorists will pass it every month.
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Up to 380,000 landlords looking to let go of property!

A significant number of homes suitable for first time buyers could flood the market in the coming year as new figures show approximately 380,000 landlords 19% intend to offload property.
The figures indicate that 45% of landlords who intend to sell property in the coming year plan to sell individual flats and apartments
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Static shocks – Council require full inspection!

I received a phone call from the Council Disrepair Unit to say that one of my tenants had complained of receiving electric shocks.
When my maintenance manager attended, half an hour later, it turned out that the tenant was receiving static electricity shocks from the kitchen tap
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Aldermore Later Life Lending – up to age 99

Aldermore are now they’re extending their specialist mortgage products to offering later-life mortgages exclusively distributed via 4 firms.
For borrowers aged up to 99, with a maximum Loan to Value of up to 75% and  some products with no early redemption charges.
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Beat the boom in Preston

With millions of pounds being ploughed into the city centre, Preston is seeing a snowball effect as more investors are spotting opportunities in the city.
For the second year running, Preston has been named the best city to live and work in the north-west in the Good Growth for Cities Index by Demos-PwC
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Looking for campaign support

Dear Property118 members
We are looking for volunteers to “raise the game” in regards to campaigning to have the Section 24 “restrictions on finance cost for individual landlords” repealed.
If you are a member of a Landlords Association
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Luxury Lake District retirement retreat investment

Abbot Hall is a former hotel that will be transformed into a luxury lifestyle retreat consisting of 50 suites and lodges for both long and short-term residents. The rooms will have magnificent views of the mountains and the sea.
Abbot Hall is situated in Grange-over-Sands
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Joint HMO tenancy – Can I just change the locks?

My query revolves around the following. I understand if a tenant from a ‘joint’ HMO tenancy leaves ‘before’ the end of the fixed term it requires the agreement of the other ‘joint tenants’ but ‘Not’ if ‘after’.
So query would be if a joint tenant left after the fixed term due to issues with the others as I understand it that would mean...

Shelter – Social housing survey!

I see that Shelter is doing a social housing survey, they say the results will be presented to the political leaders later this year! I saw the link on Facebook.
Have to say I feel some of the questions are a tad slanted against private landlords.
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