Digital Inventories

High Quality, Detailed, Fast.

After I book an Inventory

  • Inventory Clerk

    We will arrange for the Inventory Clerk to contact the access provider to arrange the visit.
  • Meet the Tenant

    We will meet the tenant on moving day and walk them through the property and the inventory with the tenant.
  • Schedule

    We will complete a schedule of condition and cleanliness of the property, take the utility meter readings, and list the keys that are being handed over.
  • Digital Inventory

    When the inventory we’re working from is one created, it will be updated electronically with any additional comments from the check in and a clean copy provided to the instructing party.

How can your Check-In & Check-Out help me?

At the check-in, the inventory should layout the current condition of the property, including the age and condition of the fixtures, fittings and furnishing. This helps landlords and letting agents to compare what the current state of the property is at the check-in and at check-out stages.

We’ll make sure each inventory written is clear and understandable to the reader. Defining each of the terms used to report the condition or cleanliness of items in the property.

Periodic
Inspections

Interim inspections at 4-6 month intervals are an important tool in regular successful management of rented property.

To complete an Interim Inspection, we arrange for an Inventory Clerk to visit the property, by prior arrangement, to complete a thorough independent review of the current condition and status of the living environment.

Specifically, the Interim Inspection provides useful insight for the property manager or Landlord that can sometimes be left until the end of a tenancy is reached. This ‘Mid-Term’ Inspection helps to identify several valuable areas otherwise not achievable.

Why I need a Property Inventory?

Manage Tenants, Manage Risk.

Most Tenants are great, not giving their Landlords a single issue throughout their tenancy. Then there are those that cause substantial damage gradually over the term of their occupation.

An Inventory Report allows the Landlord to manage their risk at the source. Providing the Landlord with the information and tools to know if their property is being mis-handled and plan accordingly.

Is the property in need of repair.

The report will help highlight existing or potential repairs by alerting the Property Manager or Landlord to them.
Helping you to make informed decisions when addressing issues at an earlier stage. This will also help to budget for repairs, re-decorating and replacements accordingly.
Allowing you to stay on top of residual change before it becomes substantial.

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