Collated by our team of AIIC accredited Inventory Clerks, the inventory report provides a comprehensive description of the property and its contents. Inventories include every item together with a description, comments and any deficiencies and/or damages as well as its working order wherever possible. Our reports include an extensive photographic section together with a schedule of condition which is attached to our report.
Our reports include an extensive photographic section, meter readings, a full list of keys present together with a schedule of condition which is signed by the relevant person at the time of check in and then attached to our report.
Mid term inspections
The Mid Term report is produced after visiting a property during the tenancy. This helps to offer peace of mind to landlords and ensures that the property is being looked after properly. It provides an opportunity to review the condition of both fixtures and fittings and could potentially reveal any maintenance work which may need carrying out, signs of sub-letting, pets, or smoking in a non-smoking property.
The Check-Out report is produced after visiting the vacant property to ensure that an accurate end-of-tenancy comparison is made.
The property and its contents, including decor, fixtures, fittings and furnishings are checked against the original inventory and check-in report. Any discrepancies or variations excluding 'fair wear and tear' to the original inventory such as cleaning deficiencies, damage, missing or additional items are listed, together with excessive wear and the condition of gardens/terraces where applicable.
The report includes meter readings, a full list of keys present and advice on who is responsible for any damage or discrepancies together with a recommended action together with a schedule of condition which is signed by the relevant person at the time of check out and then attached to our report.
The handover report is produced after visiting a new build property on behalf of the prospective buyer. It provides an opportunity to review the condition of both fixtures and fittings and the standard and quality of finish including the condition of the building elements of the property at the time of inspection. The report includes the testing of plumbing, heating systems, lighting, sockets and any white goods that are in situ at the time of the check. The report is returned within 24 hours so that no time is lost in getting builders and trades onto rectification works if necessary.