The inventory requires a visit to the property which includes a full property
Inventory inspection. A comprehensive Inventory Report will be drawn up, which will be clear and easily understandable.
It will include all elements of the property and their condition, including: doors and framework, ceilings, interior walls,
floors, woodwork, windows, electrical fixtures, furniture, sanitary ware, gardens, outhouses, etc.
We provide the Instructing principal with a hard copy of the Inventory Report.
If required we can also provide an electronic version of the report which is FREE of charge.
In addition to the Inventory Report a Digital Photography Report is also available upon request.
The Check In requires
a visit to the property at the start of the tenancy.
A full inspection of the property will be carried out and any discrepancies between the current state
of the property and the Inventory Report will be noted.
We pay particular attention to appliances, sanitary ware, and the general cleanliness of the property.
We record meter
readings and conduct a key hand over.
We obtain an agreement and sign off the Check In Report.
The Report is then sent to the Instructing Principal.
The Check out requires a visit made at the end of the tenancy.
An inspection of the property is carried out to note any discrepancies between the current
state of the property and the Inventory Report.
We pay particular attention to the cleanliness of the property, damage to the property and any items
which could be missing or added to the property.
We obtain meter readings, conduct a key hand over and make sure that the property is safe and secure
We then provide
the Instructing Principal with a detailed Check Out Report.
Interim inspections can be carried out for managed properties, ensuring landlords and managing agents
are aware immediately of any potential problems.