An inventory is one of the most important documents in a tenancy for both landlords and tenants. A property inventory is a complete list of items and contents within the property as well as its conditions.
An Inventory is a document which catalogues all the content in the property as well as the condition of both the content and property in question. A good inventory will be very detailed and clear with photographs taken to support it.
When it comes to the end of a tenancy, should there need to be a reason to claim from a tenant’s deposit, a landlord must prove the item and the condition of the item in question is no longer in an appropriate condition due to tenant negligence. One of the best ways to overcome this is by having an inventory compiled at the start of the tenancy and is signed by both parties and a copy is also kept in both parties records.
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Click on the ‘add to cart’ button below to purchase an inventory. Once you have made a payment a member of staff will contact you to arrange a suitable time for a professional inventory clerk to come around. The inventory clerk will compile a detailed report and will take many photos to support the content. They will also carry out meter readings and check the tenants in. Once this is done, a copy is then sent out to both the landlord and tenants.