All types of Property Inventory Reports from one placeHave your tenancy inventory done by experienced clerks
- Provided by clerks accredited with AIIC or APIP
- Onsite consultation included
- Flexible appointments and weekend availability
- 24-72 hour turnaround time on all property inventory reports
Price for Fantastic Club members starts from £60 instead of £90
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Inventory Reports Prices London
As a member of the Fantastic club, you can get £30 OFF for 10 different services within 1 year.
|Service||Inventory List||Inventory List + Check-In||Check-Out Inspection|
|Studio / 1 Bed||from £60|
|2 Bed||from £70|
|3 Bed||from £90|
|4 Bed||from £115|
|5 Bed||from £145|
|6+ Bed||Call office||Call office||Call office||Call office||Call office||Call office|
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Property Inventory Services Suitable for Landlords, Tenants and Managing Agencies
Inventory, in regard to tenancy agreements, is a term used to describe a record of a property's contents at the beginning of a tenancy. It usually includes a detailed description of the following:
- The rooms, furniture, and fittings of the rented property.
- Meter readings which can be later used to set up accounts for the available utilities.
- Photographic evidence to support the initially documented content.
The service is usually performed by a clerk who has been granted access to the property before the tenants move in.
The agent carefully documents all relevant aspects of the rental and provides the report in a PDF format sent via email.
Combine your service with an Inventory Check-In Report
This is another step that can be taken as part of your inventory check-in London to ensure that the tenancy will be devoid of disputes between both parties involved. Basically, this service is done when the new tenants are about to move in. A surveyor will come to the address and go through the inventory together with the tenants, documenting everything, including the state of the property in terms of hygiene and cleanliness. The check-in report will include detailed information about the state of the inventory before the tenants move in. Here is what you can expect from the check-in inventory service:
- Any details that might not be listed in the current inventory documentation are added.
- The meter readings are checked and recorded once again in case the check-in is not done on the same day as the inventory.
- The tenant receives the pictures and the key lists.
- The keys to the property are given to the tenant.
We also do inventory check-out in London
When the tenants are about to move out, an inventory check-out report can be arranged. The survey itself can be done when the tenants leave the property. The report includes detailed information about the condition of the rooms, as well as their contents and fixtures. Photos are included. The purpose behind this is to provide clear evidence if the property has sustained any damage throughout the tenancy period. The surveyor will carefully compare the condition of the rental as it was before the tenancy period began and its current state.
In case you are unable to provide a check-in report, then only a schedule of condition report can be done. Here is what information it will include:
- Meter readings;
- Cleaning and maintenance issues;
- Items that are missing from the place - can be verified only if we have the check-in report to compare with;
- The keys to the property used by the tenant;
- The tenant's forwarding address.
Please note that this report does not feature information about the functionality of the bath, shower, taps, sinks, and general plumbing.
Frequently Asked Questions about Inventory Reports
Q: Do I have to be present while the Inventory Service takes place?
A: This is not mandatory but you must make sure to provide access to the property and meter readings so the clerk can survey it. In case you do wish to be present while the survey takes place, please give the clerk enough time and space to complete the survey.
Q: What happens after the service takes place?
A: You will receive your report in a PDF form within 72 hours upon confirmation of payment. In case you need the report as soon as possible, please notify us about this when you are booking your service and we'll see what we can do to deliver it faster.
Q: Can you do an inventory service after the tenant has moved in?
A: This can be arranged but there are two negative aspects to it. Firstly, we won't be able to ascertain if any damages to the property were caused by the tenant after they have moved in. And second, the clerk might not have full access to certain areas of the property because the tenant might have their belongings spread around the place.
Q: How long does the inventory survey take?
A: We are unable to give you a precise time estimate. The duration of the survey depends on several factors such as the size of the property, its condition and its contents. However, keep in mind that this is not an hourly-based service so the duration itself won't affect the payment.
Q: Do you need a check-in report to perform a check-out inventory service?
A: Yes, the report itself can be made but we won't be able to compare the current state of the property to its condition at the beginning of the tenancy.
Q: Is it necessary for the tenants to be present while the end of tenancy check-out survey takes place?
A: The tenants can be present if they wish to but this won't affect the report in any way.