Property Inventory Services
With the new Tenancy Deposit scheme in place it is vital to have a detailed Inventory of the condition of your property as the tenants move in and out. A landlord will not win a dispute over damages to a property unless it can be proved to have been caused by the tenant.
We provide Property Inventory services to all letting agents, property management companies, estate agents, relocation companies, councils, commercial letting agents, housing & student associations. We offer our service direct to landlords as well in and around the Reading area.
Areas we cover for Property Inventory’s: Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell, Tilehurst, Caversham, Twyford, Early,Newbury, Sonning Common, Arborfield, Shinfield, Calcot, Nettlebed, Henley, Sandhurst, Crowthorne, Windsor & Basingstoke.
FAQs: Property Inventory
What is a Property Inventory?
An inventory is a report that provides an accurate photo graphic & written record of the condition and contents of a property at the beginning of a tenancy.
Why Use Photographs in the Inventories?
Our experience shows the best way to avoid misinterpretations and disagreements is by combining the reports with photographs. Marks, scratches, stains and damage are photographed and serve to complement the written description and so avoid unpleasant disputes.
Can you email us Inventory reports when complete?
We issue all reports through emailing the PDF version of our report to the instructing party so this format cannot be manipulated. The email address should be provided when the job booking is taken.
What do you charge for a property Inventory?
We charge depending on the size of the property, whether it is furnished or unfurnished and whether it is a flat or a house. For a quote on a particular property or our standard fees, please contact us on 01189 60 70 70 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What information do you require to take a job booking for a property Inventory?
We require the following information:
- the proposed date
- property address with full postcode
- number of bedrooms, reception rooms and bathrooms with/without garden
- confirm if property is furnished/unfurnished
- confirm if the property is a house or a flat
- who manages the property
- tenants contact details
- collection point for keys and paperwork.
Please call us with these details so we can suggest a time for the inspection before calling the tenants to arrange the sign up time.