Property inventory services
Whether using an inventory template or employ the services of a professional inventory clerk, every landlord letting a property in England, Wales or Scotland has a signed property inventory and Schedule of Condition report.
There are 2 major reasons as to why a landlord should have an inventory carried out prior to the tenancy:
- If there ever came a dispute between the landlord and the tenant regarding damages at the end of the agreement, without a signed inventory, the deposit arbitrator would side with the tenant and not the landlord – regardless.
- If there was an accident i.e. a fire or electrical shock in the property, the landlord could prove from the inventory that it was not the landlord’s faulty appliance that caused the damage and therefore not liable for negligence.
The property inventory services that we offer ranges from providing a downloadable inventory and Schedule of Condition Report template which would be completed by the landlord, through to having a professional and accredited Inventory Clerk carrying out the inventory report and check-in.
Why should I arrange a property inventory through LettingaProperty.com?
We are partnered with one of the UK’s leading providers of property inventory services who carry out inventory services for thousands of landlords and Letting Agents across the UK. As we introduce a substantial number of landlords to our inventory partner, we have been able to negotiate competitive pricing which have been passed on to our landlords.
Through our national network of AIIP accredited property inventory Clerks, we are able to provide Landlords with a professional rental property invento