Yes, it can be done, but it can be potentially problematic as it will be tricky to tell if any issues were caused by the tenant when they into the property before the inventory has been done. It also means the clerk won’t be able to fully check areas covered by the tenant’s things. Once
Yes, we can do this by listing all the major cleaning and maintenance issues. However, we won’t be able to say whether an issue was present at the start of tenancy or if anything is different, for example, if any decor has changed or furnishings removed. The check-out report can still be used as proof
On the rare occasion when the clerk doesn’t notice something during their time in the property or something changes after we go in, landlords and tenants can add their own comments to the report, as long as this is done within 7 days from the date on the report. For our inventory-only service, the inventory
Mobile Inventory Services is a member of the Association of Inventory Professionals. We are recognised as independent inventory provider by all three deposit schemes. Our reports are often used as evidence of your property’s condition in the event of a dispute over a deposit. As a company, we work with over 1500 letting agents across
It depends on the size of the property and the extent of the furnishing. We will be able to give you a rough idea when you book in. As a rule, we generally expect to spend an hour to an hour and a half on a typical one- or two-bed home.
Typically, a check-in takes about half an hour.
All we need from you is the keys so that the clerk can access the property, so you don’t need to produce any ID. To make the report as full as possible, do bring any receipts for recent cleaning, redecorating and new furniture or white goods and we will make sure we include a full
If it’s convenient to the tenant, they can be there for check-out – but this isn’t necessary as we don’t need their input to complete the report.
Yes, we need the tenant to be there for check-in – this means they can add their input, we can note any comments and finalise the inventory sign up correctly.
No, we don’t need the tenants around. Our aim is to produce a report that is fair to both landlord and tenant, meaning that as long as we can access the property at the agreed time, we don’t need either party to be present.