More and more tenants are instructing third parties to carry out inventories, check ins and check outs.
When the tenancy deposit scheme was introduced in 2007, it determined that documentary evidence should be provided in case of a dispute. This centred mainly on the landlord protecting their property, but this also applies to the tenant. If the landlord hasn’t provided a detailed inventory, then the deposit can be held in dispute and it becomes ‘your word against theirs’.
In many cases now, tenants want protection of their rights and therefore have instructed third parties to protect them.
We can protect you by offering:
INVENTORIES CHECK IN AND CHECK OUTS CAN BE INSTRUCTED BY A TENANT AS WELL AS A LANDLORD. A SMALL PRICE TO PAY IN THE LONG RUN TO PROTECT YOUR DEPOSIT!
Please feel free to contact us about our tenants service.