To help, here are suggestions how it can be carried out properly:
* Make general notes about the property at issue by walking and checking it.
* Make a list of details and features relating to the property, for example the condition of each and every room, wall, windows, mattresses in addition to other features.
* Stand in each room and record all things in a logical and good manner. When you inspect the property, you may write down the condition for each room, the floors and all features as you locate them.
* Document the location of the meters, fuse boxes and and similar if not already known.
* When you spot pre-existing damage on items for instance furniture, record it in a detailed manner, such as the place the damage is situated.
Particulars are vital. It’s not enough to only state that there’s a sofa in the living room. You must describe the age, colour, style, size as well as any marks or destruction. Should you be unfortunate enough to have a dishonest renter that took the furniture and exchanged it with cheaper items, you’ll find it difficult to prove without having a thorough description.
While performing the inventory, you should make photographs in addition so you’ll be able to document all things in even better detail. Conducting a proper property inventory won’t only help you, it will make things easier for your renters as well.
Make sure you record the readings regarding gas and energy meters before the tenancy begins, this can be valuable too. The same applies for the conclusion of the tenancy, or else it might bring about troubles when there…