48 hours or less turnaround time
Professional, Clear and easy to read reports
Full HD photo gallery with each report
Professional Property Assessment and Inventory Report
Professional property inspections are crucial in the process of letting properties and maintaining a good relationship with your tenants. At Belfore, we carry out professional tenancy inspections and produce detailed inventory reports for rented properties in London. These reports record the condition of your property during a tenancy and any changes that may have occurred or damage that might need to be seen to. With our help, you can quickly solve any disputes or issues with the property in a way that is fair to both parties.
The Belfore team carry out property inspections at every stage of the lettings process, including regular interim inspections. If you require a professional and thorough interim inspection, we can help.
What Does Inventory Check-In Include?
- Record of any changes to the property and its contents
- Record of the cleanliness of the property
- Record of the state of the garden and outdoor area
- Safety alarms checked
- Innovative report delivered in 48 hours or less
- Digital and print copies of the property report
- HD photo gallery included
Experienced Inventory Team
Experienced and tech-savvy, our team are highly passionate about the landlord property inspections we undertake. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, we can guarantee a thorough assessment of your property and its contents where no detail goes unmissed. Our experienced inventory clerks are efficient in their property inspections and can put together a professional report with HD photo gallery for you in as little as 48 hours. All Belfore inventory clerks are AIIC (Association of Independent Inventory Clerk) trained and undertake on-going in-house training.
Innovative & Detailed Property Inspection Reports
At Belfore, we understand the need for clear and comprehensive property reports that can provide landlords with a detailed record of your property and all its contents. During an interim inspection, we will complete an assessment of your property and produce a report using state of the art technology that clearly outlines. If there are any changes to the property or damage that needs to be taken care of, this will be clearly stated in the report. We also provide HD photo galleries alongside every interim inspection report as further evidence of its condition. This report will ensure that any issues with the property can be solved quickly and in a way that is fair to both parties.
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Belfore is London’s innovative, professional and reliable inventory company, run by a team of young, experienced and pioneering property enthusiasts. Our excellent reputation has enabled us to provide interim inspections for London’s premier estate agent and property management companies. We strive for excellence with every project we undertake – your property could be next!
Our property inventory services and interim inspections are available to property owners in all Greater London regions. If you require reliable and professional property inventory services, why not get in touch and see how we can help? To find out more get in touch today via 0203 151 9884 and a friendly member of our team will be happy to provide you with more information. We look forward to hearing from you!
We provide property inventory services in all Greater London regions. To find out how we can work with you, get in touch today to learn more.
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Belfore Interim Inspection FAQs
An interim inspection is an inspection carried out during a tenancy to review the condition of the property. During this inspection, a property inventory clerk will check that the property is being looked after and look for any repairs or maintenance that might need to be carried out. They will also write up a report of their findings for the tenants and landlord.
During a property inspection, the property inventory clerk will be checking that the property is being looked after. They will examine the interior and exterior of the property and the garden area for damage, wear and tear and any repairs or maintenance that needs to be carried out.
Under the Housing Act 1988, landlords must give tenants 24 hours written notice before an inspection. If landlords do not comply with this, tenants have the right to refuse entry.
A final inspection of the property should be completed either on the day that tenants move out of within 48 hours of their moving out day. A record of the condition of the property must be made during this final inspection.
Landlords must pay for the check out report and process at the end of the tenancy. Once they have received and reviewed the check out report, the landlord can then initiate and request deductions from the tenant’s deposit.
A final inspection of the property should be completed either on the day or within 48 hours of the tenants moving out. The condition and contents of the property should be reviewed during this inspection and a report should be created to document the evidence collected.