Inventory ReportsAll of our Inventory Reports are professionally compiled in accordance with the recognised industry standards and can be tailored to your requirements. We always include detailed narrative descriptions which we combine with digital colour photography on all reports. We visit the rental property and undertake a full Inventory inspection itemising the fixtures, fittings, contents and the condition of the property at that time including any furniture, if applicable.
Once completed, the report is emailed to the Tenant(s). They are requested to sign for the safe receipt of the Inventory Report.
Check-InWe can arrange to meet your Tenant(s) at the rental property. We can do this on or before the start of their Tenancy. We will go through the Inventory Report with them. We will also, where possible, take the meter readings and agree them with your Tenant(s). We can also list and hand over the property’s keys should you require us to do so but before the keys are released to them, they will need to sign the confirmation of receiving the Inventory Report if they haven’t previously. The Tenant(s) have 7 days to feedback on any discrepancies and they are able to attach supported photos of these discrepancies. After Check-In, reminder emails will be sent to the Tenant(s) if they have forgotten to sign the report. If a signature hasn’t been received yet, then the initial confirmation receipt will be used to auto approve the Inventory Report.
Once the Inventory Report has been approved, a signed PDF of the Inventory Report will be emailed to the Landlord/Estate Agent for their records.
Interim ReportsWhen a property is let, it is beneficial to both the Landlord and the Tenant to keep things running as smoothly as possible. Effective communication is very important and any issues relating to the property need to be sorted out not only quickly, but also in a way that is fair to both parties. Both Landlords and Tenants can benefit from our Interim Reports service which can be arranged once a Tenancy is underway, at an appropriate interval to suit your requirements. An Interim Report will detail any changes in the condition of the property’s fixtures and fittings. This can alert Landlords to any damage that may have occurred due to faulty equipment, such as a leaky washing machine or perhaps possible mistreatment of furniture or carpets.
An Interim Report can alert both Landlords and Tenants to any potential liabilities that they themselves may be responsible for. By dealing with any such things early on, both parties can take the necessary steps to resolve matters in order to avoid unexpected and costly problems which may become worse during the remainder of the Tenancy.