Our inventory reports are professionally compiled in accordance with the recognised industry standards and can be tailored to your requirements. We prepare a thorough inspection producing detailed descriptions of the fixtures, fittings, contents and the condition of residential properties. Our reports include digital photographs using the latest technology for the finest quality.
Since it is obligatory to have an inventory report at the beginning of a tenancy agreement, this is combined with either a check in or schedule of condition inspection.
Check In/ Schedule Of Condition
We arrange to meet tenants at the rental property to ensure an up-to-date record of the property is on file. We will go through the inventory to check in the tenant on the day they are moving into the property and obtain their signature. We can also send the report to the agent /homeowner if you would both like to go through the report together. A schedule of condition is only offered when a tenant has recently moved into a property, where a check in inspection was not conducted. We provide a simple report which works alongside an inventory inspection, this captures the cleanliness and condition of all areas of the property of any defects or imperfections to specific parts of a property when required.
Mid- Tenancy Inspection
A Mid-Tenancy Inspection every 3-6 months is a great way to keep an eye on the condition in which your property is being kept
Service users can benefit from our Mid-Tenancy Inspection which can be arranged once a tenancy commences, this is carried out at appropriate intervals to suit your requirements. A Mid-Tenancy Inspection report will detail any changes in the condition of the property’s fixtures and fittings. This can alert agent/homeowners to any damage that may have occurred such as a leaky washing machine, low battery smoke alarm or perhaps possible mistreatment of furniture or carpets.
Service users will be alerted to any potential liabilities that is highlighted from the Mid-Tenancy Inspection. This will prevent defects escalating further as both parties can take the necessary actions to resolve matters in order to avoid unexpected and costly outcomes. When a property is LET, it is beneficial for service users to keep things running as smoothly as possible, effective communication is important and any issues relating to the property needs to be sorted not only immediately but also in a way that is fair to both parties.
We visit rental properties at the end of each tenancy to thoroughly inspect and take note of any differences between the current condition of the property and that which is described on the Inventory and check in report compiled before the start of the Tenancy.
The report will include comprehensive details in regard to the general condition and cleanliness of the property. We will also note any items that may be broken, damaged or missing from the property.