Inventories

Inventory Check In and Check Out reports are used to determine discrepancies between the start of the tenancy and when the tenancy has come to an end. Using these reports ensures that your property and its fixtures and fittings are protected and that you will not be affected financially.

Inventories



Our reports are impartial and detailed, time and date stamped along with photographic evidence used to record the general condition and contents of your property. All areas of the property will be inspected including walls, ceilings, flooring (wooden/carpeted), windows, doors, light fittings, skirting boards, kitchen units, sinks, taps, smoke detectors, heating appliances, white goods etc. Our reports are conducted using an inventory tool and delivered to you within 48 hours or sooner if required.

Should you not wish to opt for these reports, you will be at risk if your Tenants cause any damage or dispose of any items of furniture without your consent. This would mean that you would be out of pocket and will not be able to make any claims as have no documentation to prove what you are claiming.


Without detailed check-in and check-out report, it can be extremely difficult to persuade an adjudicator that deductions from the deposit sought by the Landlord are justified. This is because it is much more difficult to prove the property's condition both at the start and end of the tenant and the extent to which the property may have deteriorated.
The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS)

Property Inventory Services

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Inventory & Check in


A detailed and concise report containing information on the general condition of the property as well it's fixtures and fittings. This report also tests your smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, meter readings and key handover to your tenants.


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Inventory & Schedule of Condition


Full and thorough report with an in-depth schedule of condition.


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Check Out


A Check-Out is conducted at the end of the tenancy where similar to the Check-In we will be noting the condition of the property and its furnishings. This is used to cross-reference
any discrepancies caused during the tenancy allowing for deductions to be made from the deposit.


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Periodic Inspections


This is carried out on the 4th or 6th month of the tenancy (depending on your requirements). Your property will be inspected to ensure that your Tenants are looking after the property as well as identifying any repairs/maintenance that
may be required, to avoid an issue on a large scale