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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

Lenders and brokers ‘too quiet’ over PRA Buy to Let changes

Mortgage lenders and brokers have been too quiet over the Prudential Regulatory Authority’s (PRA) changes to buy to let lending, according to the National Landlords Association (NLA).
The NLA says that despite the significant regulatory changes to lending criteria and the application process for portfolio landlords
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Buy to let – say nothing, do nothing, be nothing

For around 2 years I’ve plagued myself on and off with the idea of ‘taking the leap’ and investing in my first buy to let property.
I’m a 27-year-old Engineer and true to form, I must research everything inside and out to understand the market before I can decide to get involved or even pass comment.
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More landlords exiting the market and tenancy lengths increasing

Belvoir’s Q1 rental index confirms more landlords exiting the market, with demand growing for larger family homes and tenancy lengths naturally increasing.
Together with the results of a franchisee survey on tenant and landlord trends, revealed the highest percentage of landlords selling up for over a year
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Erection agency report increased letting activity

National board erection specialists Agency Express are reporting a pick up in pace for the UK lettings market in May.
Month on month figures in the Agency Express lettings report show an increase of new listing ‘to let’
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What information is it reasonable for a freeholder to demand?

For the first time ever (I have been renting out flats since 1984) I have a situation where a freeholder is choosing to enforce the clause in the lease which demands knowledge of the underletting.
Whilst there is no doubt whatsoever that they have a legal (if not
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Bank of England vote only 6-3 keeping base rate at 0.5%

The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) at its monthly only voted by a majority of 6-3 to maintain Bank Rate at 0.5%.
The Hawks voting for an increase to 0.75% were Andy Haldane, Michael Saunders and the outgoing MPC member Ian McCafferty.
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Beautiful development just outside Leeds with 7% predicted yields

We are delighted to offer investors this opportunity to purchase 2 bed, 2 bath apartments at a beautiful development located just 4 miles from Leeds city centre.  Prices start from only £100,245, rising to £102,245.
These apartments are predicted to achieve rental yields in excess of 7%. 
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Invitation to Brentwood property investor seminar 11th July

All Property118 members are invited with a guest to attend our next property seminar run by our partners the Property Investor Partnership (PIP).
The Seminar will take place on Wednesday the 11th of July at Marygreen Manor Hotel
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Training Tips for Accidental Landlords

With the ever-growing number of laws governing the private rented sector, becoming a landlord for the first time can be somewhat daunting. Here are a few top tips to make sure you understand your legal obligations so you can be sure that you don’t fall foul of landlord legislation.
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ARLA – “Selective Licensing doesn’t and has never worked”

ARLA Propertymark have clearly announced their verdict on Selective Licensing post the government’s launch of a review into its effectiveness.
David Cox, Chief Executive of ARLA Propertymark, said: “Licensing doesn’t work, and it never has done.
“The Government’s aims are laudable.
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Review of Selective Licensing announced

In addition to releasing the guide “Houses in multiple occupation and residential property licensing reform: guidance for local housing authorities” the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government has today announced a review into selective licensing to find out how well it is working.
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HMO licensing guidance for local authorities – and landlords

The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government has today issued the document “Houses in multiple occupation and residential property licensing reform: guidance for local housing authorities.”
The guidance has been produced for local housing authorities, but is also intended to be of use for landlords.
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Of course it appears cheaper!

Santander Bank have issued a widely reported press release: “Owning a home is cheaper than renting in all areas of the UK”
The Bullet points of their latest research below:

  • Average first-time buyers could save over £2,250 a year once on the property ladder compared to renting
  • Londoners could make the biggest saving...
Renting to families takes up the least time

New findings reinforce the benefits of renting to families, by revealing that homes rented to them take up the least amount of property management time when compared to other types of tenants.
The findings come from more than 1,000 responses to the latest quarterly landlord research panel from the National Landlords Association (NLA)...

70% of renters not planning to buy

Research carried out by Direct Line for Business indicates that the UK may be heading towards a more ‘German’ style of property market with a greater percentage of homes being rented.
From these research figures approximately 70% of the estimated 17 million people renting in the UK do not plan to purchase a property
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Tribunal declines HMRC appeal on student property VAT

There has been a win for companies building student accommodation, landlords and universities reducing VAT costs on student flats rented out during holidays.
HMRC appealed against a ruling that student accommodation could be treated as ‘dwellings’ for VAT purposes.
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New Holding and Tenancy deposit rules and data clarified

The Government have written to a Conservative and Labour MP to clarify the rules and data regarding Holding deposits and Tenancy deposits post the Tenants Fees Bill.
Junior Housing Minister, Rishi Sunak, has confirmed the new position on taking these deposits in an open letter following questions raised at the first session of the Public...

Rents or equity?

What is best for retirement income? Net rents or equity withdrawal by remortgaging?
If drawing equity is the answer to what Loan to Value should I max out at?
To put some meat on the bones –
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Norfolk eHomes reportedly not paying rents or protecting deposits

The local Norfolk newspaper Eastern Daily Press (EDP) has reported on a story that landlords using the Swaffham letting agent eHomes have been left with rents unpaid to them and tenants’ deposits unprotected.
The Property Ombudsman has already ordered eHomes to pay one landlord £10,000 including £6,600 in unpaid rent.
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ARLA welcomes their new presidential team

ARLA Propertymark is delighted to welcome their new presidential team for the year ahead.
Peter Savage succeeds Sally Lawson as President of ARLA Propertymark, with Phil Keddie now President Elect and Richard Selwyn becoming Vice President, as of 15th June 2018.
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