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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

Universal Credit and private landlords

The introduction of Universal Credit has been a hot topic for the various landlord forums over the past few months. Universal Credit is replacing the myriad of benefits currently available and replacing it with one single all-encompassing payment.
This Universal Credit payment will incorporate the current system of payment of various...

Penalised by IF for renting?

We rented our property to tenants when moving overseas six years ago and have never missed a payment. Intelligent Finance, our mortgage provider, charged an extra 1% on our mortgage as a risk premium under the terms of our mortgage.
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Annual Notice of Subletting Fee £90+VAT without any communication?

I just received my service charge demand/invoice, where there is “Annual Notice of Subletting Fee” of £90+VAT, without any communication or my request. The management company does know that I’m letting out the flat, which is fair enough.
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Applying for possession order and leave to transfer up at the same time

A landlord can concurrently apply for a possession order and leave to transfer up to the High Court for enforcement. This can and should be done if you feel your property is at risk from tenants who may wish to destroy or damage your property as there can be a long wait for a County Court bailiff to attend to your eviction.
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New team of council detectives to crack down on unlawful Airbnb nightly letting

Westminster Council in London is looking to crack down on property owners unlawfully letting their homes on a nightly basis using platforms such as Airbnb for more than 90 days per year.
Airbnb lettings in Westminster have more than doubled in the last two years to over 3,600 and rising with nearly 1,500 of these being investigated for...

Unanimous MPC vote to keep Bank rate at 0.5%

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) today unanimously voted to keep the Bank of England Base Rate at 0.50% and maintain the current levels of Quantitative easing. Good news at least for borrowers.

With inflation now at 3.1% it remains to be seen how long it will take for the fall in the Sterling exchange rate cost implications on...

Lending Changes for Landlords by UK Finance

Portico London estate agents recently put on a sell-out investment seminar, where a host of industry experts gathered to share their insight on some hot property topics.
One of the first experts to speak was Carla Sateriale, Senior Policy Advisor for UK Finance.
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Restrict Non Residents’ UK Property Purchases?

I read an article yesterday where an MP suggested restricting the number of properties that are available for non UK residents to purchase. The idea being that if wealthy foreigners didn’t buy the properties then they would be available for UK residents and hence the housing shortage would be lessened.
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The lettings market we know will be radically altered over the next five years

ARLA Propertymark Predictions for 2018
As we approach the new year, there are a number of hurdles on the horizon but scope to remain hopeful. With further interest rate rises expected, Brexit negotiations to overcome and the cost of living escalating
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You’re in Charge…

You are now the Prime Minister/President/Absolute Monarch/Dictator of the United Kingdom…
Your task is to restore the nation’s finances, to create sound economic foundations, and to ultimately break the current self-defeating cycle of:
reduced tax yields ->
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New Report Reveals Need for Update of Housing Safety System

A new report from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has revealed strong support for an update and review of the current Housing Health and Safety Rating System, which is used to take action on poor housing.
The Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS)
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737 Accountants In Our Network

Thanks to a joint marketing campaign with Cotswold Barristers and AccountingWEB we now have a database of 737 accountants (and growing) who have taken the time and trouble to download a PDF explaining the BICT incorporation structure and...

Go Big or Go Home

Has anyone expertise out there in the best way to go about buying a property with a view to splitting the plot?
I believe you can make a planning application while you are purchasing the property.
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What is the difference between an HMO and a Self Contained Flat?

I run a HMO which has recently been visited by an enforcement officer from the London borough after a failed application for a C3 to C4 change of use (based on the fact that the council states Article 4 does not apply to my property on their website..
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Letting to a Minor?

I’ve been approached for a student let, but the student is under 18 (17 and not 18 until the end of next year) – it is a University Place rather than 6th form college (!). I was fine with it
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Section 42 noticed served to previous address?

I am the freeholder of a property that consists of 2 maisonettes and recently discovered that a section 42 notice had been served to extend the lease.  However, I never received the notice as I have since moved. It has been over 2 months since the notice was served.
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Divorce and GGT outside of the 12 month exemption

My ex-wife and I are in the final stages of an amicable divorce. I am keeping the main residence, which we jointly owned together, and I am in the process of buying her out. I have already given her half of the money which she is due.
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What’s the process for creating a deed of trust to transfer rental income to spouse?

As a married couple we own a house which we have been renting out for the last 18months. As I am receiving an occupational pension and state pension that put me in the 40% tax band I wish to transfer the benefit of this property to my wife.
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Private rented sector value climbs to £1.4trn, but growth slows as two-speed market emerges

The seventh edition of the Kent Reliance Buy to Let Britain report has been launched. The report provides an update on the growing size and value of the private rental sector in Great Britain, and details the returns landlords are seeing across the sector all analysed by region.
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It’s only going to get worse!

A few weeks ago, I started filming the new series of Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords (due to air on Channel 5 in Spring 2018), and one of the eviction cases was for a landlord called Emmanuel in Dagenham.
He was owed £6,000 rent by a tenant who unfortunately ran into financial problems
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