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MIH Property Management Ltd

9 Spring Street
London W2 3RA

We Make It Happen

MIH Property Management ltd is a limited liability company registered in England and Wales: No: 10465471 Registered Office: 4 Prince Albert Road, London, NW1 7SN

Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 


We follow the regulations of the Association of Residential Managing Agents and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Service Charge Code. We also keep on top of any industry developments to make sure you stay compliant, from Health and Safety to Data Protection.


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Prior to writing this blog we thought it would be prudent to look back at our previous birthday blogs and having gone through the terrible-twos we are proud to have reached our 3-year birthday. Although to be honest, our milestone date may have passed us by due to the...


We have written about the importance of getting property management right but perhaps neglected to mention the importance of the Property Manager and how important their relationship is with the client.This blog will consider how to interview a property manager. Howeve...


In April of this year, just before Easter we took over the management of a new property from a block which has previously been self-managed.

We must admit that we are always a little extra cautious when we take over the management of any self-managed block as we know th...


Nothing is more joyful than being able to take over the management of a property and really Make It Happen and luckily for us this is usually what happens...


The first few weeks for any new employee in a new job, are always a little nervy. As the newbie you want to impress and therefore nerves are normal...surely!! The need to impress or to simply feel comfortable in your place of work will increase if your boss, manager or...

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