What is an Inventory?
We recognise the importance of a detailed, independently-compiled inventory on any property being let. A well-prepared inventory will help to minimise disputes between landlords and tenants at the end of a tenancy. We offer an independent, professional assessment, from check-in to check-out, tenancy upon tenancy. Our inventories are legally binding documents for both landlord and tenant.
We are commited to producing a comprehensive and detailed inventory that accurately describes in details the condition and contents of a property.
Typically items detailed in an inventory include:
- Furnishings, pictures, cutlery etc, all fittings
- Bathroom suite, lights, sockets etc
- Structural items such as doors, ceilings, walls, windows etc
The Inventory Process
A step by step guide to the Inventories-Inc process:
Stage 1 Before a tenancy starts
- Property servicers/marketing property
- Inventory make/compilation of new inventory report for property (master document)
- Confirm check in time with tenant/landlord/agent Confirm key details
- Confirm special requests relating to tenancy
- Check-in inspection
- Meet tenant at property
- Inspection, check-in details, applicance check
- Compilation of check-in schedule of condition
- Signature of report
- Signature of confirmation of receipt of keys
- Landlord emailed confirming check-in details on day of check-in
- Check-in PDF report emailed to landlord with comments
Stage 2 During a tenancy
- Interim inspection I
- Interim inspection II
- Interim inspection III
Stage 3 When a tenancy ends
- Confirm check out date and time with landlord and tenant
- Check out inspection, compilation of check out report.
- Return of keys to landlord
- Interim email sent to landlord confirming return of keys and meter readings
- Completed report sent to landlord and tenant showing liability and delapidations
- Property services include compiling check out cost summary for deposit return and utility transfers