Why do you need to have an inventory for your property?

It is essential to have a clear, concise and detailed inventory carried out prior to tenants checking in to the property. This results in the landlord's assets being protected and ultimately protecting the tenants' deposit too. ​

Without an inventory report, issues could arise at the end of the tenancy when deductions are looking to be made and there is a dispute. In the absence of an inventory, the dispute services will not be able to make a full and informed decision, resulting in one or both of the parties being unfairly out of pocket.

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