Property Inventory

Family Homes Property Inventories

Starting a tenancy with a report (see attached link below).

Here at Family Homes we recognise that it is reliable tenants who are inventory report protects all parties and avoids many issues and disputes.

Indeed from such perspective we make sure to conduct both a check in and check out inventory, both consisting of 200 photos plus, which take the form of a detailed written  at the heart of any successful lettings business, so we understand how important it is that you enjoy the experience of renting a home with us. In our view, such an enjoyable experience, needs to include the reassurance that your deposit is safe, and indeed it is through this exhaustive inventory system that you receive peace of mind.

The landlord should outline what they expect of you. Starting like this often helps to avoid any issues occurring in the long run. At the end of the tenancy, the checkout report will then be used to compare the overall condition of the property against the inventory and check in reports.

The check in and check out process also enable both parties to talk through any issues there and then and will often help to avoid a formal dispute occurring. In the unlikely event that a dispute does occur, check in and check out reports which are signed by you and your tenants can be used as evidence to support your claim to the disputed deposit amount.

In addition, it is also beneficial to ensure that you know about the main causes for deposit deductions at the Check In and Check Out Inventory - Protection for the tenant and the landlordbeginning of the tenancy, such as cleaning charges and unpaid rent-. In this way you will be aware of the sort of things that will be inspected during the course of your tenancy.