An inventory report is a concise and detailed list of contents, fixtures and fittings of a property being let. This includes everything from carpets and curtains to all the furnishings (if the property is furnished).
An inventory provides clear concise snapshot of the property, at the time of the inventory completion with photographs provided to support the report.
A check in report is prepared at the beginning of each new tenancy. This report should be carried out immediately before the new occupants move into the let property.
In order to conduct a check in the original inventory report must already be prepared, each item on the original inventory will be checked. It's presence/absence and condition noted. Keys and meters are also checked and the readings are recorded. The tenant will then sign the report to confirm its accuracy.
On the day of check in the property must be in a suitable condition to let and all maintenance and cleaning should already have been carried out
We provide a mid-term inspection which is a report that is produced showing the condition of a rented property in the middle, or at a point of the tenancy. The report is a smaller version of an inventory report. This report is a great way to build relationships with the tenants and check the property is being treated in a satisfactory manner.
A check out report is compiled at the end of the tenancy, once the tenant has moved out and prior to any cleaners, maintenance etc entering the property. Landlords inventory compile a report that goes through the condition and contents of the property against the original inventory and check in reports, whilst allowing for fair wear and tear. Meter readings will be gathered and the correct number of keys recorded. The check out report will also include photographs.
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