Inventory Reporting - due diligence

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A check-in report creates a report specific to a tenancy and sets the standard at which the property should be maintained, and returned at the end of the tenancy. The check-in examines the property on the day that the agreement begins, noting the condition of furniture and fittings with the new tenants.

Keys and Meters

Meter readings are noted and the new tenants will be asked to sign for any keys that are passed over.

Check-outs

A check-out report takes place at arguably the most important point in your tenancy – when your tenants move out.

The check-out compares the condition at the end of the tenancy to that of the check-in report. We will assign liability for any changes in the condition to either tenants or the landlord (maintenance) or to fair wear and tear. The report also notes final meter readings, compares keys returned to keys provided at the start of the tenancy and takes forwarding contact details for outgoing tenants when possible.

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Founded by Sarah Thomas, InVeritas Inventories provides a complete Property Inventory Service. We cover The New Forest, Southampton and surrounding areas.

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