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

Latest Property News

Finance Bill 2017 brings foreign owners into IHT net

The provisions of the Finance Bill 2017 seem to mean non-UK domiciled people and companies are brought into the IHT net to the extent that they own UK residential property (directly or through a trust structure). So the estate of a French or Chinese investor would suffer 40% IHT on death (with no reduction for......

Wall hung letter box in corridor disallowed?

I have just bought a leasehold flat and fitted a wall hung letterbox on the wall in the corridor right outside the front door, after sealing the letter box hole in the front door. I have been told I am not allowed to do so without much more information. I don’t see any specific terms......

Council car parking rip off for HMO – Help!

I’ve just been informed by my local council that I need on street parking permit for each tenant in my HMO at a cost of £350 per permit instead of the £5 a year the tenants could get for there own vehicle. The tenants for my property are all contractors working in the local area......

AIIC recommends Landlords allow tenants to decorate and make improvements

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) has recommended that Landlords and agents allow tenants to personalise, decorate and make improvements to their homes. This is following a survey by online home improvement platform Plentific showing that: 73% of tenants have carried out their own DIY 23% of tennats have spent more than £...

Popular central Birmingham Buy to Let opportunity

A Buy to Let opportunity in the popular city of Birmingham is now available. Prices start from £149,995, which are extremely competitive value for the city centre location and an  attractive payment plan is also available. The development is situated in a prime location, with major attractions such as the Bull Ring shopping centre and......

Does renting my property to a SPV avoid liability?

I believe that by letting out properties in my own name I am potentially subject to unlimited liability lawsuits from tenants (apparently very unlikely but not impossible). Would I be able to restrict the limit of my liability by renting out my property to a SPV (Single Purpose Vehicle limited company) for market rent. The......

On the other side – Benefit Capped tenants and affected landlords

Did anyone watch Dispatches: Benefit Families on Channel 4 on Monday Night? The programme started off with single mother Karen, with 5 young children living in a two bedroom council flat in Lewisham South East London, the benefit cap has affected her by £90.00 per week. This amount is taken from her Housing Benefit award......

Landlord training partnership launched by North Tyneside Council

North Tyneside Council and the National Landlords Association (NLA) have announced a new partnership that aims to bring professional practice to the private rented sector (PRS). The partnership – the first of its kind between a local council and a landlord body – will see North Tyneside Council encourage local landlords to sign up as......

Property Tech Company Raises A Further £8 million of Venture Capital

It has been reported that the founder of GoCardless (the direct debit service used by many landlords and letting agents) has raised a further £8 million to fund his latest property tech business. I have taken a quick look at the website and it appears to be a property based hybrid of WeBuyAnyCar and a traditional estate agency.......

Article 50 and the UK Property Market

The UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, finally confirmed March 29 as the day when the country will officially trigger Article 50 and therefore kick off the process to leave the EU for good. After the date had been confirmed yesterday, the Sterling experienced a minor decline in value against the US Dollar and the Euro.......

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I guess you could describe successful property investing as a jigsaw! All the information is out there – all the pieces are in front of you, but you have to align them up correctly and fit them together in the right order! Others, I am sure, feel more like someone has cheated them and they......

From April 6th Landlords could be fined £30,000 without a court prosecution

Two Changes under the Housing and Planning act will come into force from April 6th with the widening of Rent Repayment Orders and new Fixed Penalty notices. The concern is landlords could be fined £30,000 without a court prosecution, be made to repay rent without a prosecution, but still have to wait to evict while......

The truth about the roll out of Universal Credit

Many landlords and tenants alike have experienced some sort of issue since the roll out of Universal Credit. Claimants are often left with no money for a long period of time during the assessment period, this delay causes a lot of other issues for the claimant such as debt, rent arrears and risk of eviction.......

71% of Landlords to stand by their agents post fees ban

71% of landlords who use a letting agent will continue to do so even if they see their premiums rise following a ban on tenant fees, according to a recent survey.* The research, from UKALA, shows 79% of landlords think their letting agent will increase their fees as a result of the proposal to ban......

Selling a share of my Buy to Let property?

I am thinking of selling a share in my Buy to Let house as there seem to be some obvious benefits e.g. CGT reduction, resident who will look after the property, freeing up cash etc. I’d be grateful for any advice or opinions at all! The property is free of mortgage and I’m thinking I......

When JVs go wrong but don’t go bad

If you are involved in property you will know that things do go wrong! You can plan, plan, plan, and check, check, check, but in property things DO and WILL go wrong. We are dealing with bricks and mortar at the end of the day. We are also in an industry which requires multiple skilled......

Fractional Ownership Of Supercars, Luxury Motor Yachts and Holiday Apartments

Most people dream about owning a luxury motor yacht, one or more supercars or a swanky holiday apartment at some point in their lives. However,  very few ever actually manage to turn their dreams into reality. Perhaps this is because of the capital cost or the fact that when they crunch the numbers it just......

Can I leave a bad letting agent that has not protected the deposit?

I am unfortunately stuck with a horrendous letting agent, but have a great tenant. The agent regularly pays late even up to 6 weeks after the tenant has paid. They never respond to emails or calls, are always argumentative when they do and most recently I have found that the tenants deposit is not being......

Buying a Property in Trust for our son – Land Transaction Return Form

We are in the process of purchasing a property for our son and are using a Discretionary Trust with a Life Interest for him to do so. We have exchanged contracts and our solicitor has sent us the completed Land Transaction Return Form (SDLT 1E) for signing. However, he has entered our son’s details as......

Scary stuff if you’re a Tory MP

In an effort to get the politicians to finally wake up and smell the coffee, in regards to Section 24, (The Tenant Tax), its now time to get your tenants on the side of the landlords. I have now produced my thoughts on a very large postcard and it pulls no punches! Feel free to......