Property inventories are a vital part of the lettings procedure and are designed to protect your interests, your property and its contents. The inventory process features three key stages, compilation, check in and check out.
The compilation is carried out by an independent inventory clerk and includes a detailed description of the property, including all fittings and furnishings with a jargon free report, and where possible, the working conditions of any appliances.
The check in is carried out at the start of the tenancy where the tenant confirms the receipt of the property, it's fixtures and furnishings and its condition.
At the end of the tenancy a check out report is produced providing details of any changes of condition, loss or damage, which will be used in processing the tenants deposit.
Click here to visit The Association of Professional Inventory Providers website.
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