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Your property inventory in 3 steps

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    Contact us to make an appointment and choose your inventory service.

  • 2

    Grant access to the property so the inventory agent can start the inventory process.

  • 3

    A professional agent will analyze and complete your property inventory report.

Do I need an inventory?

You need an inventory to record the condition of items before the tenant moves in and before the tenant leaves to clarify what, if any, damages need to be paid for out of any deposit.

An inventory should always be made as it can be used to prevent disputes at a later time about the condition of items.

What should be included in the inventory?

All items at the property that the tenant can use should be included. Any items in garages or sheds should also be listed.

The property is unfurnished- is an inventory still needed?
Even if the property is unfurnished an inventory should be prepared recording the condition of fixtures such as carpets, walls and sinks etc.

What should be included in the inventory?

All items at the property that the tenant can use should be included. Any items in garages or sheds should also be listed.

The property is unfurnished- is an inventory still needed?
Even if the property is unfurnished an inventory should be prepared recording the condition of fixtures such as carpets, walls and sinks etc.

What detail needs to be included?

Be specific and detailed when completing the description of items eg. walls are clean and painted, patio is weed free. Photographs can be added if required and any existing damage or defects should also be recorded. Where items differ in condition, each item should be recorded separately.

Who needs to sign the inventory?

Each occupier at the property named on the tenancy agreement must sign and date the inventory as being correct. Any photographs should also be signed and dated.

What do you do with the inventory when it is signed?

Each occupier named on the tenancy agreement should be given a copy of the inventory. The original should be kept safe with the original tenancy agreement.

Property Inventory Report

Our Inventory report is a straightforward and to the point list explaining the contents, fixtures, fittings and cleanliness of a property that is to be rented out. The report also contains a detailed outline of condition of a given property – noting the existing state of all items and any deterioration, together backed with professional digital images.

Check In Report

Our Check In report service entails making an appointment with the tenant and meeting at the property at the start of their tenancy terms. We will take a note of the quantity of copies for the keys provided to the tenants, the existing meter readings in the residence, and go through with the tenants the formerly prepared inventory report.

Check Out Report

Our Check out report service will take place at the ending of the tenancy term. We will proceed through the earlier prepared inventory and any check in information and evaluate the present state of all items with the condition at check in

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