Mid-term Inventory

Also known as Interim routine inspection, this is vital to make sure tenants are settling in well and there are no breaches to the tenancy agreement.

Identifying issues

Evidence of Subletting?

Evidence of Pets?

Evidence of Smoking?

What we do

Check For Damage, Maintenance Needed

What Is A Mid-Term Inspection

An interim property report is conducted partway through the tenancy, which helps the landlord understand the currents condition of the property. It should seek to highlight any maintenance issues and or forecast any potential issues such as unauthorised occupation, pets and smoking as well as any known anti-social behaviour.

Interim Reports, also known as Routine Inspections are important and recommended after a new tenant has been installed into a property. At Trust Inventory we can do regular checks, monthly, every 3 months, 6 months or yearly.

Our inventory clerks will use shoe covers at visits, take general photographs and brief notes during the inspections.

  • Brief overlook on property condition
  • General photographs for each room
  • Alarms tested for function and expiry
  • Check for unauthorised occupation
  • Investigate any maintenance issues
Female inventory clerk inspecting property on tablet

Tenants and Agent will receive a copy instantly

Tenants can be present or not

Give assurance to landlords

The property should be generally clean and tidy for a routine inspection. The tenant should inform the property manager/owner of any maintenance issues as soon as they occur. Most property managers usually request any non-urgent maintenance requests in writing.

Our inventory clerks will take general photos inside the property and additional, detailed images to highlight an issue that needs to be addressed. The purpose of the mid-term visit is to make sure everything is in accordance with the tenancy agreement, that there is no evidence of Sub-Letting, unauthorised pets or any misconduct. 

Routine inspections are carried out to ensure the property is being well cared for and that there are no maintenance or health and safety issues.

Who Is It For

The Interim Inspections for rental property is beneficial for both Landlord and Tenant, to make sure everything is going smoothly, that the Tenant has settled in and all the conditions are as expected. On the other hand, it is beneficial for the Landlord to avoid situations where things could go wrong.

Protect Your Investment

Mid-term inspections are also the perfect opportunity to spot any problems with the property and to ensure tenants are keeping their end of the tenancy agreement and there is no sub-letting, walls are not repainted in different colours, carpets replaced, curtains removed or additionally mounted, not running a business or any other criminal activity.

Years Of Experience

Inventories

Student Properties

Clients

“I am very pleased with the service, it is very fair.”

Laura

Tenant, Privately Rented Property

How to book an inventory

You don’t have to check for availability, just click here to book your property and we will allocate an inventory clerk at the scheduled date. We will contact you once we receive your order.

How you receive the report

We will email you a detailed written report with high-quality photographs in 3 hours. If you provide us with the tenants or any other party’s email, they will also receive a copy instantly, so there is nothing else left for you to do.

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a Mid-Term Property Inspection?

Most tenants look well after their home, however, it is the landlord’s responsibility to maintain the property in good conditions, in this respect a good communication with the tenant is vital so you will be aware of any maintenance issues that might need to be looked at.

How often should I book a Routine inspection?

We recommend a Mit-term inspection every 3 months, but it all depends on the relationship you have with the tenants. If you know them well and trust them, perhaps once every year would be enough, but every 6 months would be a safe period for any circumstances.

Does my tenant have to be present for this visit?

It is not necessary for the tenant to be present, but in accordance to your tenancy agreement, you will have to ask permission and give them notice. If they can’t be present, we can use your management keys for the inspections and return them afterwards.

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