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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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Section 8 and Section 21 with an improvement order outstanding?

If you haven’t issued a tenant with a EPC cert when commencing a tenancy agreement can you still evict for non payment of rent? Also if you have a improvement notice order can you still evict for non payment of rent? Regards Tony
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Purchase money back?

I would like to know if you by a property out of your own money, can you take the money back each year from the profit of your rent tax free? Any ideas would be appreciated regards Tony
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Can anyone provide me with a link to a downloadable Section 21 form?

This may be the first time we’ve had to do this …. so I need a Section 21 form to issue to my tenant, but doing a Google Search seems to offer only agencies requiring me to complete details – who will then no doubt (despite stating they are FREE) expect me to pay a......

Student Buy to Let opportunity in Chester

Northgate Studios student accommodation investment is located in the historic city of Chester and just 700m from the university campus. Investors can enjoy 40% net return over 5 years starting August 2018. Chester is one of England’s oldest and most historic cities where planning permission is nearly impossible, making this development an...

‘No deposit’ insurance product debate

With tenancy deposits coming under fire recently, Eddie Hooker, CEO of Hamilton Fraser, parent company to mydeposits, looks at whether alternative insurance products, offering a deposit free solution, protect both landlords and tenants, and if they improve the Private Rented Sector (PRS). To address these questions and many more potential...

Accused of HMO by Newham – Help

I have a buy to let in Newham and I have a Selective Licence. I rented out my property to a family of 2 and their family friend so that’s 3 tenants in total in May 2017. I included all the names of the tenants in the Tenancy Agreement. Newham Council Enforcement Team have told......

Private road or adopted highway?

I own a property that was purchased by my parents in 1992 and I need to establish if it is still on a private road or adopted highway? The property was one of only five properties on a private lane that leads to a farm at the end. The property sits at the beginning of......

SDLT Treatment For Property Partnerships At Incorporation

Why is the SDLT treatment of partnership property different to individually owned property at the point of incorporation? Property118 Limited has raised this very important issue with HMRC in an open latter dated 28th June 2017, the content of which reads as follows:  This request for clarification is a follow up to our letter dated......

Off plan completion due soon but will the cladding comply with fire regs?

I bought a 4th floor flat off plan in 2014 which is scheduled for completion at year end 2017. In view of the cladding issues I am wondering if the cladding will be compatible with current fire regulation thinking? Does the local authority need to sign off on the building before I pay the o/s......

How do I treat expenses on properties within my limited company?

I have had a limited company running for around 10 years for my main work, in the last few years I have purchased some properties for cash in order to rent out. Last year I bought a flat and spent around £4k changing the kitchen, bathroom, some new electrics and generally giving it a paint......

Sir Thomas House BTL in Liverpool will captivate students

Sir Thomas House is enviably located in central Liverpool close to many university campuses, prices for units in this student accommodation development start from £75,000. A rental income of 8.4% for two years is assured. This is an eye-catching development is in the best city centre location. The grand arches and period façade are...

Reinstall an old coin meter modified for new £1 and risk a £5,000 fine

Many landlords are still using coin sub-meters to charge tenants for gas and electricity. These will not work after 15 October 2017 when old pound coins cease to be legal tender, and many landlords and agents might be tempted to remove the old meters to modify them. However, the legislation changed in October 2016 and......

What does a hung parliament mean for the HMO market?

As if the recent heatwave wasn’t bad enough, Theresa May has been enduring sleepless nights since her nightmare snap election. Whatever your political beliefs, there’s no denying that May lost impetus at the finish line, particularly with a resurgent Corbyn snapping at her heels. Labour made inroads across the country, stealing a 9.5% increase...

Rent increase procedure with no clause in AST?

I have discussed an increase in rent with one of my tenants. They have verbally agreed (and are indeed very happy as they thought the increase would be more!) This particular tenant has been with me for 5 years and I have not increased the rent during that time. There is no clause relating to......

Barnsley Council – Selective Licensing scheme in four key areas will be put forward to Cabinet 28th June 2017

Barnsley Council – Selective Licensing scheme Lets hope all the local landlords challenge this! Another dysfunctional Council that are way behind in Selective Licensing. Money for nothing, a fee which only burdens and no benefits to a good Landlord. “We’re proposing to introduce a Selective Licensing Scheme across four key areas of the borough...

Are Limited Company Buy to Let Mortgages worth it?

Before I start, please don’t confuse me with the other more knowledgeable and financially astute Neil Patterson on this forum! I can see the merits of holding property in a limited company given the changes to the tax treatment of mortgage interest. However, I’m hitting a problem in practice. I’ve recently remortgaged a property held......

Liverpool Council lose at Property Tribunal

SWEENEY V LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL. FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL MANCHESTER CASE REF MAN/OOBY/HML/2016/0005. The tribunal has released its decision dated 22/6/2017. There were a number of arguments advanced in the above case, and while Liverpool technically could appeal , the tribunal has ruled that the Council must amend all its landlord licences. The...

Neighbour painting my driveway without permission?

I have nasty neighbours who think they own the street and have been repeatedly accused of scamming/stealing from people – unfortunately my property and gardens adjoin theirs (in an L shape) so there is no escape. I have just come home from a day out and they have painted their tarmacked driveway with driveway paint......

Inheritance for 12 year old and declaration of trust!

My 12 year old daughter has inherited a substantial amount of money from a relative, we want to invest this for her in property. We have a few rental properties already and would like her to have an interest in these by giving us some of her money. We will also be purchasing additional property......

No Kidding Shelter!

Housing charity Shelter have campaigned for increased legislation and bureaucracy and supported punitive increased taxation for private landlords. Much of the cost of this is inevitably passed on to tenants, with those least able to afford it suffering the most. The chickens are now coming home to roost. The Guardian article reported, see>...