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The inventory is one of the most important documents relating to the tenancy. Its purpose is to accurately reflect the condition of the property, including any furniture, fixtures and/or fittings, at the commencement of the tenancy. The photographic inventory is then used at the end of the term of the tenant's stay to produce the report detailing any changes in the condition of the premises. The end of the tenancy is usually the most emotive so the accuracy of this document is vital for the peace of mind and protection of all concerned.
The inventory must be carried out by a third party, independent inventory specialist otherwise it will be considered bias and will not stand up in a court of law when needed to be relied upon. Our service is fast, efficient and secure and offers you the benefit of flexible hours.
The check-in is often overlooked nowadays but can be invaluable in dictating how a tenancy can run. It is a great way to introduce your new tenant to the premises and to help them understand what will be expected of them, and what they, in turn, can expect from the landlord/agent.
The new occupier is "checked in" to their new home by following the entries on the inventory point by point. It is a good way of highlighting any discrepancies with the document and/or the premises at an early stage.
The end of a tenancy can be the most fraught time of the whole period of the let which is why a quality Check Out report is so important.
This is a comparison between the condition of the premises at the beginning of the tenancy, as detailed in the inventory document, against the condition of the property at the end. Any differences in condition are added to the check out report allowing for fair wear and tear and enabling the landlord to make an informed decision in respect of the tenant's security deposit.
Meter readings will be gathered and the correct number of keys recorded. This report is also photograp