5 Step Process

1. Inventory Make

An inventory is a report created specifically for a residential or commercial tenanted property; it is intended as an independent opinion and informative guide to both landlord and tenant about the condition of any fixtures, fittings, furniture, contents and décor. It also includes all furnishings and owners possessions.

2. Check In

The check-in appointment is preceded by the Inventory Make. This appointment is between the tenant and the Inventory Clerk. The Clerk will go through the inventory report of the fixtures, fittings, conditions and level of cleanliness of the property.

Meter readings for electric, gas and water are inclusive of the cost of a Check-in appointment.

3. Check In Report

An Check In report is a more summary document and is again created specifically for a residential or commercial tenanted property; it is intended as an independent opinion and informative guide to both landlord and tenant about the condition of any fixtures, fittings, furniture, contents and décor.

4. Check Out

On termination of the tenancy a check-out appointment is made for the property. The inventory report is rechecked, any discrepancies and/or variations will be reported to the client. The check-out report will indicate, in the opinion of the Clerk, as to whether there is any liability on the tenant, or whether such deterioration could be assessed as fair wear and tear.

Meter readings for electric, gas and water are inclusive of the cost of a Check-Out appointment.

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