The inventory is an essential part of any tenancy, providing written evidence of the condition and contents of a property at the start of the tenancy so that any damage at the end of the tenancy can be accounted for. We will arrange your inventory in association with a professional, independent inventory clerk. In addition to preparing your inventory the clerk will produce a check-in report detailing the condition of the property at the start of the tenancy and a check-out report detailing the same at the end of the tenancy. This will assess any damage, aside from fair wear and tear that may have occurred.
Settlement of deposits
Dealing with dilapidations and negotiating claims and settlement of deposits can be tricky and we have years of experience in dealing with this.
This scheme was introduced in April 2007 by the government to improve the often difficult area of damage deposits. It is essentially designed to stop landlords withholding tenants’ deposits or making arbitrary deductions. The scheme requires that all tenancies must have a professionally prepared inventory attached to them at the commencement of tenancy and that the tenancy is registered on the scheme by way of one of the nominated companies that have been set up to administer the deposits should a dispute arise. We are members of The Dispute Service Limited and, as required in law, we will automatically register all Assured Shorthold Tenancies on the Scheme.
We can manage the negotiations of tenancy and contract renewal on your behalf, ensuring you get the deal that’s right for you.
We will hold a spare set of keys for your property to allow access to suppliers or to help tenants who have lost their keys.
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