INVENTORY CHECK-INS

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48 hours or less turnaround time
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Professional, clear and easy to read reports
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Full HD photo gallery with each report

Professional Check-In Assessment & Inventory Report

At Belfore, we offer a range of comprehensive property inventory services for rented properties in London. This includes every stage of the renting process, from the check-in, interim visits and check-out. At all stages, we assess the condition of the property and provide a detailed report. 

During our inventory check-in, one of our inventory clerks will visit your property at the start of the tenancy and carry out an in-depth property inspection. Using state of the art technology, we report on our findings during the assessment and we put this into a detailed and professional inventory report for the rental property. We’ve worked with many letting agents and we also have extensive experience in dealing with the deposit protection schemeTenancy deposits don’t need to be a worry for you or the renter at the end of the tenancy agreement. With a good inventory, disputes rarely arise and when they do, a fair dispute resolution is always identified.

We ensure the check-in report is useful for you, and the new tenants by including information such as meter readings and energy performance certificates (EPC). The new report will always evidence the state of the property with a detailed description for all parties involved.

Experienced and tech-savvy, all Belfore inventory clerks are AIIC (Association of independent inventory clerk) trained and undertake on-going in-house training. Our previous industry experience means we’re able to conduct thorough property assessments and translate our findings into a professional property inspection report in just 48 hours, usually less.

What Does Inventory Check-In Include?

  • Key pick up if required

  • 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

  • Professional report delivered in 48 hours or less

  • Digital and print copies of the property report

  • HD photo gallery

  • Safety alarms checked
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Professional & Innovative Inventory Reports

Having worked in the industry for many years, we understand the importance of producing reports that are both clear and thorough. A good inventory enables missing items and wear and tear to be easily identified on checkout. Both the original inventory and check-out inventory can be referenced to settle any deposit disputes or deposit deductions should the event arise.

We can conduct a  checkout report when the end of the tenancy arrives. This tends to be a lot more straightforward than the check-in report one as it’s an update to the one that was drawn up when you moved.

Using state of the art technology, our reports are designed to cover every detail of the condition of your property in a clear and professional way. We also create HD photo galleries alongside our reports to document every aspect of your property and its contents.

Inventory Services in London

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 work with London’s premier estate agent and property management companies. With all our work, we strive for excellence and are hugely passionate about all our clients and the projects we undertake.

Our property inventory services 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 how we can help, get in touch today via: 0203 151 9884 to learn more.

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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1st Floor, Romer House
132 Lewisham High St
Lewisham
London
SE13 6EE

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Belfore Inventory Check-In FAQs

The inventory needs to be signed by tenants to show that they have read and agree with its contents. This should be done before the tenants move into the property so that they have had the opportunity to make any necessary amendments. If tenants do not sign the inventory, then they risk losing their deposit when moving out of the property at the end of their tenancy.

A landlord inventory should include a record of the condition of the property, its contents and any changes made by tenants. This includes any ‘fixed’ features such as walls, ceilings, doors and cupboards. The inventory should include a record of the ‘cleanliness’ of the property and the garden and outdoor area. It should also contain information for new tenants such as meter readings and energy performance certificates (EPC). A paid inventory service will cover all of these details alongside a gallery of HD photos as supporting evidence. 

An inventory is a document that records the condition of a property and its contents to protect landlords and tenants in their tenancy. The inventory will include detailed information about any missing items and wear and tear and information and energy performance for new tenants moving into the property. Both the original inventory and check-out inventory can be referenced to settle any deposit disputes or deposit deductions should the event arise.

The 2019 Tenant Fees Act banned private landlords and letting agents from charging tenants additional fees unless it is a ‘permitted payment.’ This means landlords legally cannot ask tenants to cover the cost of an inventory. Other fees that landlords are not allowed to ask tenants to cover include the cost of their own referencing, check-ins, cleaning or admin fees.

An inventory should be carried out before the tenant moves into the property. Another inventory report should be conducted when the tenant moves out to document evidence of any changes that have been made during the tenancy. Interim inventories are created during property inspections that take place during a tenancy agreement. 

The length of the inspection will depend on the size of the property. Our property inventory reports are always sent to clients in 48 hours or less after the inspection has been completed, documenting all of the evidence we have collected alongside a gallery of HD photos.

An inventory is a document that records the condition of a property and its contents to protect landlords and tenants in a tenancy agreement. The inventory will include detailed information about any missing items and wear and tear. They will also include information on energy performance for new tenants moving into the property. Both the original inventory and check-out inventory can be referenced to settle any deposit disputes or deposit deductions should the event arise.

It isn’t a legal requirement for landlords to provide a property inventory. However, it is in the best interests of both parties for the landlord to supply one. A property inventory can protect the tenant’s deposit and gives the landlord an official record of the condition and contents of their property. 

An inventory is a document that records the condition of a property and its contents to protect landlords and tenants in their tenancy. The inventory will include detailed information about any missing items and wear and tear. It will also include information about energy performance for new tenants moving into the property. Both the original inventory and check-out inventory can be referenced to settle any deposit disputes or deposit deductions should the event arise.

A property inventory must be signed in order for it to be valid. The inventory needs to be signed by tenants before moving into the property to show that they have read and agree with its contents. Tenants are risking their deposit claims being rejected if they do not sign the tenancy. 

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