Our independent and detailed inventory reports document the condition of your rental property and its contents. It is advised to have an inventory completed prior to a new tenant moving in and again at the end of the tenancy. An inventory report provides both landlord and tenant with a legal benchmark of the state and quality of the property should any deposit disputes arise at the end of the tenancy. Landlords may also request a mid-tenancy inspection to ensure the property is being well maintained.
What does AN Inventory involve?
Using the latest technology, our inventory clerks are able to create a multimedia report to document the condition of each room along with the fixtures and fittings within the rental property. Care is taken to ensure the photos accurately represent the property condition and are accompanied by detailed descriptions. This report is then shared electronically with the relevant parties, allowing both the landlord and tenant an opportunity to make comments and sign the document.
When might you need an Inventory?
You will need an Inventory Report if:
- You have a new tenant moving into your property.
- You would like to ensure your property is being well maintained mid-tenancy.
- Your tenant is moving out.