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Since April 2007, with the introduction of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, a Landlord is not allowed to take compensation from their Tenant’s deposit without proof of the condition of the property at the start of the tenancy. 
The most effective way to avoid disputes arising at the end of the Tenancy is to have a full Inventory/Schedule of Condition Report on the property at the beginning of your tenancy. 

 Opening Inventory, Schedule of Condition, Cleanliness Reporting  

Where the landlord has failed to produce an Inventory or you are not satisfied with the one you have been given, then protect yourself and your deposit with an independent accurate record of the condition of the property including embedded, dated photographic evidence. 

Pre-Check Out Inspection 

Protect your deposit by arranging for a visit prior to vacating the property. You will receive advice on what works you may need to carry out to ensure that you receive your deposit back in full. 

Check Out / Closing Inspections 

If you are unsure what deposit deductions are appropriate you can book your own independent Check Out Report. 

Protect Your Deposit 

As further assistance, you can find further information about the Deposit Protection Schemes on the following websites: 
The Deposit Protection Service: 
Tenancy Deposit Scheme: 
My Deposits: 
The Dispute Service: 

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CHECK INS - £30.00 
CHECK OUTS - £50.00 
MID TERMS - £40.00  
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What is an Inventory? 

A property inventory is a detailed record of the condition and contents of a rental property, including fixtures, fittings, and furnishings. It is important for both landlords and tenants to have a comprehensive inventory before a tenancy begins, and to update it periodically throughout the tenancy. 

Here are some reasons why property inventories are crucial for both landlords and tenants: 

1. Protecting against disputes: A property inventory provides a detailed record of the condition of the property and its contents at the start of a tenancy. If there are any disputes between the landlord and tenant over damage or missing items at the end of the tenancy, the inventory can be used as evidence to resolve the issue. 
2. Accurate billing for repairs: If any repairs or replacements are necessary during the tenancy, the inventory can be used to accurately bill the tenant for any damage they may have caused beyond normal wear and tear. 
3. Compliance with legal requirements: In some jurisdictions, landlords are legally required to provide an inventory to their tenants at the start of the tenancy. Failure to do so may result in penalties and fines. 
4. Ensuring fair deposits returns: When a tenant moves out, their deposit is usually held by the landlord until any damages or missing items are assessed. A comprehensive inventory can ensure that the deposit is returned fairly and any deductions made are justified. 
5. Reducing misunderstandings: By providing a clear record of the condition of the property and its contents, a property inventory can reduce misunderstandings and conflicts between landlords and tenants during the tenancy. 
Overall, a property inventory is an essential document for landlords and tenants, providing protection and clarity throughout the tenancy. It is important that both parties take the time to review and agree on the inventory at the start of the tenancy, and to update it regularly throughout the term. 

Book Your Inventory Today 

For further information or if you would like to make a booking, please get in touch. We're here to help! 
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