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Watch Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance’s video on how to take care of your boiler this winter Winter conditions can be harsh on your property,...
PRESS RELEASE The National Landlord Investment Show launches online shows for September and October 2020. As a live event, 2020 has presented us with exceptional challenges. Our response is to lead...
Watch our free webinar featuring Steve Barnes, Associate Director of Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance who has been working with landlords and leading landlord associations for over 20 years. Steve shares his insightful, half an hour presentation...
Landlords have been inundating the Hamilton Fraser family of businesses with requests for key guidance and advice about Coronavirus and the related changes in law, regulations and market conditions it has driven. Here we pull it...
Good tenants don’t become bad tenants overnight and, where the cause of their delay or failure to pay rent is a genuine lack of cash, landlords should help them access the Universal Credit system. Here's a...
Hamilton Fraser recently held their first Legal Update and Compliance course of 2020 in Borehamwood, where letting agents where welcomed to undergo a training session in legal matters and legislation compliance in lettings. The session was...
Much of a letting agent’s work involves meeting different people and visiting homes on a day-to-day basis – and with the current events surrounding Coronavirus, it is more important than ever for agents to know their rights...
Today (Wednesday 18 March) is Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)’s My Whole Self Day, which is all about encouraging employees and colleagues to embrace and share their identities so that we can build deeper connections and work better together.
Illegal cultivation of cannabis is a growing problem within the private rental sector. According to Scotland Yard data, a cannabis farm is discovered every two days by police in London. Even in less populated regions the number...
A landlord in Buxton has been awarded over £25,000 in damages as a result of an explosion caused by a tenant’s overheated PlayStation console. The blast and ensuing fire resulted in serious damage to the property.