Inventory & Check Out

What does an inventory check-out report entail?


At the end of the tenancy we return to the property to conduct the inventory check-out report. Using the check-in report, we document and photograph any discrepancies and changes in the condition and report the cleanliness of the property and its contents. This is one of the most important parts of our service because our clerk will determine and clearly note if the tenant is responsible for any damages or deterioration or whether it is fair wear and tear. Our property inventory clerk will collect the keys from the tenant and return them to the agents or landlord and take final utility meter readings. As an independent third party our detailed reports allow landlord and tenant to quickly finalise the release of the deposit.

Why get an inventory?

  • Peace of mind
  • Prevention of damage to property/ unjust deductions to deposits
  • Unbiased; third party intervention
  • Prevent disputes between landlord and tenant(s)

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Check Out Report –

At the end of a tenancy our inventory clerk would then revisit the property to conduct the ‘check-out’ inventory report. The original check-in report would be used as a cross-reference noting down any changes/ defects made during the rented period; if any. New pictures will be taken putting a halt to any disagreements.