Checkers was established in 2004 following over four years experience within the property management sector. We understand that a precise and accurate inventory is essential within today's fast moving rental market. Inventories protect landlord's assets and tenants deposits whilst ensuring any disputes are settled easily and amicably with the added assurance for both parties that your inventory clerk is fully independent, approved by the AIIC and also fully insured.
Checkers offers a friendly and professional service covering Inventories, Check Ins, Check Outs, property visits and digital photos. We pride ourselves on delivering accurate and detailed reports within a fast turnaround time.
Checkers are committed to exceeding your expectations everyday. We will focis on you as our customer to ensure the best quality service is provded, professionally and efficiaently. As you partner, we will work with you to look after your properties through improved relationships and faster turnaround times. We are dedicated to building on the trust and understanding we already share.
An inventory is a binding legal document which provides an accurate record of the condition and contents of a property at the start and end of any tenancy. The benefit of an accurate report to all parties involved in a tenance agreement is to protect the assets of the landlord and prevent deposit abuse.
A legislation was proposed in October 2006 that requires all rentals to have an indepenent inventory as the rule in any future disputes will be 'no paperwork, no contest' see www.aiic.uk.com.
An inventory is the only way to safeguard against dilapidations or damage caused during tenancy and it is advised thart this is updated at the start of any new tenancy.
The quality of the entire internal space. This includes:
This is where the tenant and inventory clerk go through the schedule of condition. All items and there condition are noted against the inventory and any alterations to the inventory are amended and a report generated. Meter readings are supplied and keys handed over are added to the report. Both the tenant and the landlord/agent sign and agree that all amendments are correct
At the end of the tenancy an inspection is required to ascertain if the state and/or contents of the property have changed in any way. The condition of the property, contents and garden is compared to the original Check In inventory. From this report the clerk will assess what (if any) dilapidation has occurred to the property and its contents and make recommendations accordingly.
Although these are not legally binding, they do enhance the repoers and also show at a quick glance any damages to the property.