THE INVENTORY REPORT
Under the revised terms of the housing act all deposits taken by landlords or letting
agents for short hold tenancies after April 2007 must be protected by a tenancy
deposit scheme (TDS). It is in the interest of both the landlord and the tenant to
have a balanced and comprehensive inventory report compiled before the
commencement of the tenancy. This document can be used to validate whether the
tenant is entitled to a full or partial refund of the deposit.
Our role is compile a detailed report on the condition and the contents of the
property. Every item will be listed with a description and comments on the condition
of the item backed by digital photographs.
Having a detailed inventory could help you get your deposit
back at the end of your tenancy.
Additional Information You Need To Know
This inventory may help avoid disputes between landlords and tenants over
deposits. It is in the interests of both parties to have a detailed written record of the
condition the property was in at the start of the tenancy, including details of anything
that was already damaged or worn. Both landlord and tenant should sign each
page and keep signed copies with the tenancy agreement.
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