It is vital to have a concise and detailed inventory carried out before the tenants take possession of the property.
This results in the Landlord's assets being protected and ultimately protecting the Tenants deposit too.
By not having an Inventory, issues could arise at the end of the tenancy when deductions are looking to be made and there is a dispute. By not having an Inventory, the dispute services will not be able to make a full and informed decision, resulting in one or both of the parties being unfairly out of pocket.
Our Inventories are in depth and concise and include a lot of pictures to refer to.
Please do refer to our sample Inventory report below.