Some tips to have a appropriate property inventory:
* A first move must be to check out the property for a quick, broad review of its condition.
* All the features of the rental property must be recorded and/or photographed, such as wall space, sinks, the state of furniture and so on.
* Stand in every room and log all things in a logical and meaningful manner. You can progress from one area to another and after that write down the condition for each room while you walk through the property.
* Do not forget electrical outlets, meters besides other such things.
* Record any sort of damage for example a blemish on a carpets and rugs or damage on a piece of furniture in depth such as “large red wine stain 20 cm. in diameter about 1m from the living room”.
Specifics will be vital. It’s not sufficient to only state that there’s a table in the living room. Don’t simply write down a general outline, you must describe the things in good detail. You will be surprised how many tenants might take inventory, from furnishings to TVs, and you will need to give specifics of the things you’ve got.
Though you might be having the tenant’s signature on the inventory, it might be a good idea to take photos of as much of the property as possible. It’s likewise possible to document damage that is already there such as spots and scrapes on items, which will protect the renter’s case.
Make sure you record the readings regarding gas and electricity meters before the tenancy commences, this will be valuable as well. You must do the same after the tenancy ended and then let the tenant sign the…