Extreme Code of Ethics

 Code of Ethics

Extreme Property Management Inc. have the keys to success for Niagara rental building owners, offering 53 years of experience with over 100 satisfied clients. Extreme provides management service of homes, condominium units, and multi-unit rental buildings.


Records Management

Ensure all forms and documents that are used in the course of providing property management services are current with legislation from Landlord Tenant Board and kept confidential within tenant files.

Financial Responsibility

Experienced rent collection from all tenants with accuracy and communication to the landlords.

Accurate billing and distribution of funds is the main priority provided with Extreme's services. 


Extreme must not disclose any confidential information to a third party without prior written consent of the person to whom the information relates (except as required or authorized by law).

Error, Misrepresentation and Fraud

Extreme employees must use their best efforts to prevent error, misrepresentation, fraud, or any unethical practice in the course of providing property management services

Fees, Compensation and Gifts

Extreme employees must not accept cash payments of any kind from any person.

Extreme employees must not accept a gift from any person or entity if the gift could reasonably be regarded to influence landlord when providing property management services.

Extreme Employee Obligation

Extreme employees must not cause their employing property management company to contravene the Code of Ethics.



Fairness, Honesty, and Integrity

Extreme employees must treat every person fairly, honestly, and with integrity when offering or providing property management services.

Conscientious and Competent Service

Extreme employees must endeavour to treat all persons equally, without discrimination or harassment, and to provide reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities when providing property management services.

Unprofessional Conduct

Extreme employees must not engage in any act or omission that would be reasonably regarded as disgraceful, dishonourable, unprofessional, or unbecoming to any person.

Quality of Service

Engaging and Informing the Client

Extreme employees must keep their landlords informed in a timely manner of all significant steps Extreme takes in the course of providing property management services. Employees must also keep the landlord informed about the condition of the property and/or their assets.

Best Interests

Extreme employees must promote and protect the best interests of their landlords.

Services from Others

If an Extreme employee is unable to provide property management services with reasonable knowledge, skill, judgement, and competence or is not authorized by law to provide those services, then that employee must not provide services to the landlord and must advise Extreme. Extreme will then advise the landlord to obtain services from another person/company and must not discourage a landlord from seeking a particular kind of service.

Through effective regulation Extreme Property Management Inc. protects its landlords and strengthens the property management profession and gives landlords confidence in their rental properties and companies who manage their important investments.

For more information on Extreme Property Management Inc. please visit our website at https://www.extremepropertymanagement.com/

9 Pine St. Unit 12, North Thorold, ON L2V 3Z9