An Inventory is a detailed report of the condition of the property. The report also contains a detailed outline of condition of a given property – noting the existing state of all items and any deterioration, together backed with professional digital images on all reports. 360° images images available on request. We work closely with the DPS to insure that we have covered everything within our reports so if there is a dispute we have provided clear and accurate information for the DPS to make a decision.
CHECK IN REPORT
We can arrange to meet your tenant at the rental property. We can do this on move in day or before the start of their tenancy. We will go through the Inventory Report with them and obtain their signature on the document(s). We will also, where possible, take meter readings and agree them with your tenant. We can hand over the property key(s) should you require us to do so.
MID TERM INSPECTION
Our Inventory Clerk will arrange an agreed date and time to carry out an Interim Inspection using the original Inventory report. Our Inventory Clerk will identify and note any changes to the condition of the property if any, health and safety concerns, over occupancy as well as evidence of pets or smoking within the property.
Using a third party is less likely to be biased and may also feel less intrusive to the tenants our experienced Clerks have their own property inspection checklist and a full report will be compiled and must be signed by the tenant when possible. You will be supplied with an electronic copy and/or a hard copy of the Interim Property Inspection Report.
CHECK OUT REPORT
We visit the rental property at the end of the tenancy either with or without the tenant present. The property is inspected throughout and a note is made of any differences between the present condition of the property and that described on the Inventory Report which was compiled at the start of the tenancy ie any items that are now broken, damaged or missing from the property. If the tenant is present, we can accept the return of the property's keys on behalf of the Agent/Landlord. The check out report will be sent to the Agent and/or Landlord directly.