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Tenants - Managing Coronavirus / Covid-19

As you will be well aware, the Coronavirus pandemic has escalated and continues to impact all facets of society. As this situation continues to unfold, we believe it is important to take steps to mitigate the risk associated with this virus. Symptoms of COVID-19Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, sore throat, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties, says the World Health Organisation. Routine Inspections & Contracting WorkIf you are showing any ...

March 23, 2020

Owners - Managing Coronavirus / Covid-19

As you will be well aware, the Coronavirus pandemic has escalated and continues to impact all facets of society. From a property management perspective, there are both economic and social ramifications that could impact your rental property.As this situation continues to unfold, we believe it is important to take steps to mitigate the risk associated with this virus. RENTOver the coming weeks, many tenants could have their work hours cut back significantly or even lose their jobs. Other ten...

March 23, 2020

Hamilton Property Management in Hamilton are the leading choice for managing your rental property in the Waikato.

Hamilton Property Management in Hamilton are your residential property management and body corporate management experts in the Waikato. Since November 2016, Hamilton Property Management have been the ideal choice for owners of rental properties and body corporates. Hamilton Property Management utilises their professional expertise to eliminate many of the hassles of owning rental property. “We understand that property management is not just merely collecting rent, it’s about protecting your ...

October 9, 2018

Meth update

You would have read and heard all about the "Gluckman Report" talking about meth in rental houses. It actually has not changed anything yet. In the report Gluckman suggests that the "allowable" limit before a house becomes uninhabitable is raised from 1.5 (micrograms per 100 cm2) to 15. He said this is because the risk of 3rd hand exposure does not pose a risk. There are some issues around this:The law is still at the 1.5 level (nothing has changed there yet) - if tests show it is above this lev...

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