We provide comprehensive inventory services by compiling detailed notes and photographic reports listing the content and its condition within a property that is being let.
High Quality Reports
3 Hours Turnaround
What we do
Record Conditions, Meters & Check Alarms
What Is A Property Inventory
Most landlords require tenants to pay a deposit as a condition of letting their property. The deposit acts as security against non-payment of rent or damage to the property.
An inventory list is a complete report detailing the property, furniture and fittings provided in your home as well as their conditions at the time of the inventory check.
Having an inventory can help prevent disputes about the deposit at the end of the tenancy. It’s best to have an inventory that is compiled by an independent, impartial and unbiased inventory clerk that will record in great details the conditions of the home at the time of the home inspection.
- Comprehensive list of property condition
- Several photographs for each item
- Meter readings recorded on the day
- List location of the stopcock
- Listing appliance manuals
- Alarms tested for function and expiry
- Fit for human habitation report included
Tenants and Agent will receive a copy instantly
Tenants can type in their comments
Tenants can sign online
Years Of Experience
“I had a copy of the report before I left the 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.
When You Need An Inventory?
Before Letting Out
Start Of Tenancy
During the Tenancy
End of Tenancy
Inventory List for Rental Property
Trust Inventory creates accurate and impartial inventory reports that comply with industry standards. Our electronic reports are clear and easy to understand, giving you all the information you need to reduce the risk of tenancy disputes.
You don’t need to book in advance, we can always allocate an inventory clerk to cover your property inventory request.
We will send you all our lightning-fast inventory reports with 3 hours from the time we enter the property. All inspections are delivered instantly to all parties involved, directly into their email box.
Soon as the inspection is completed you will receive a notification, from there you can print hard copies, send pdf through email and sign the report, all from your desk or mobile device.
Agent, Landlord and/or Tenants can sign, share and comment on reports, as well as upload new photographs right in the browser for effective and evidenced dispute resolution. Everything in one document, no need to store files, photos, multiple version of the same document.
You will not have to print, manipulate, mail, sign, chaise, file returned check-in, store documents and photographs. On average, our clients save +£200 every month by using our services.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need an inventory?
No matter how well a tenant looks after the property, it will not be in the same condition at the end of the tenancy as it was at its start. It is extremely important to have a very detailed inventory report of the property at the start of the tenancy, with evidence for both sides.
Can you collect/return property keys
Yes, our inventory clerks will collect the keys from the letting agent or landlord. Once the inventory is complete we will also label all the keys so if you need to cut copies for the new tenants, you won’t have to revisit the property.
Do you offer discounts for letting agents?
Yes, we offer huge discounts to letting agents and landlords with a large portfolio, most of our clients reported saving of £200/month/office whilst they increased their productivity and reduced downtime in the tenancy cycle.