When we walk into a room we consider every part that you can see. Our Property Inventories and Schedules of Condition take into account the ceiling, light fittings, walls, doors, door furniture, paintwork, windows, skirtings, electrical sockets and fittings, telephone and internet connections, light switches, carpets, curtains, pictures, mirrors, shelving, furniture, white goods and more…..
This may sound like a lot but if the tenant causes damage to any one of these parts landlords will want to be able to prove the condition when the tenant moves in so that they can show they are liable for any costs of repair or replacements.
If you’re preparing a Property Inventory and Schedule of Condition ask yourself ‘would the adjudicator be satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that the prepared report was accurate and unbiased?’.
Accurate unbiased and independent inventory reports are always best prepared by a professionally qualified independent inventory reporter at IAM Inventories otherwise they could be considered bias and may not provide the evidence required or stand up to scrutiny should a dispute occur.