It is important that every landlords carries out an inventory at the start of the tenancy and when the tenancy agreement is no longer valid. The reason to why inventories are important is to allow the tenant to make sure that the property is left in the same condition which is was let. If for any reason the property isn’t thenit is important that the tenant is aware that it could affect their deposit. Atthe start of a tenancy agreement we at Technoestates Ltd ensure that tenancy deposit scheme is placed across all tenancy agreement.
At check-in the inventory should explain in detail what the current state of the property is like. This should be as descriptive as possible and include everything that is in the property such as furniture. Make sure the inventory is written in clear language, and defines the terms used to report the condition or cleanliness of items in the property. It must be clear enough for a third party to understand without them being present.
When the tenant is moving out of the property a check out inventory has to also be made. This isto make sure the property is in the condition it was giving in and there are no disputes when dealing with the deposit. It is ok for the property to have some natural wear and tear, however if the property has any faulty to it, the landlords and agent will not be able to issue a full refund.