Landlord Inventories Explained

What is a Landlord Inventory ?

Landlord inventory services in the UK include a landlord inventory form which is a comprehensive inventory of a property's (including: house's, flat's, apartment's, maisonette's, bungalow's, office's, public house's, shop's, mobile home's, cottage's, etc), contents and a detailed record of the property's current condition. This is normally prepared by an independent landlord inventory clerk just prior to the tenant taking up the tenancy and is reviewed by the tenant and the landord or his agent as part of the inventory service. The landlord inventory form is agreed between the tenant and the landlord or the landlord's agent prior to the commencement of the tenancy. When satisfied with the landlord inventory form compiled by the landlord's agent, the tenant signs the landlord inventory form (and additionaly verifies each page by adding their initials) to confirm their agreement. Near to the end of the tenancy and prior to the tenants final departure from the property a new landlord inventory form is prepared. The landlord or his agent ie a property management company or estate agent then attends the property on the final day of the tenants departure as part of the inventory service. At this point the recent landlord inventory form prepared by the landlord inventory clerk is reviewed on site by the tenant and the landlord (or agent). In this way any damage and items missing during the period of the tenancy are noted on the landlord inventory form and agreed between the tenant and the landlord (or agent). Additional inventory services/landord inventories are often compiled by the landlord inventory clerk during tenancies to compare the original landlord inventory form to the property's current condition. During extended tenancies in the UK landlord inventories may be undertaken by a land lord inventory clerk at regular intervals as part of the inventory services. Landlord Inventory suppliers are often used in conjuction with a tenancy deposit scheme. In this case the tenant deposits an agreed sum of money which is held securely by an appropriate organization. At the end of the tenancy the landlord inventory form is reviewed and depending on the findings (relating to the landlords inventory form and the condition of the property) the percentage of the tenant's deposit that is to be returned to the tenant will depend upon the findings of the review of the landlord inventory form. 
How much does a Landlord Inventory cost? Prices are from £50 depending on type, size, location etc. To get a quote please phone me or submit details on the quote section on this web site.

My services providing landlord inventories for apartment's, bungalow's,  flat's, house's, maisonette's, cottage's, public house's, mobile home's, shop's in the UK in my capacity as landlord inventory clerk is based in Egham (Surrey) and covers the counties of: Surrey, Middlesex, Berkshire, London, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Locations include: Staines, Ashford (Middx) Bedfont, Virginia Water, Slough, Windsor, Colnbrook, Chertsey, Guildford, Aldershot, Kingston Upon Thames, Heathrow, Esher, Littleton, Ealing, George Green, Claygate, Richings Park, Wrexham Court, Feltham, Langley, Hounslow, Iver, Heston, Yiewsley, Isleworth, Cranford, Southall, Norwood Green, Hanwell, Brentford, Windlesham, Sheerwater, West Byfleet, Stanwell, Stanwell Moor, Cobham, Chobham, Cranbourne, Winkfield, Eton, Horton, Sunninghill, Datchet, Longford, Ascot, Hampton, Sipson, Sunningdale, Twickenham, Thorpe Lea, Old Windor, East Molesey, Laleham Reach, Shepperton, Sunbury on Thames, Ottershaw, Weybridge, Walton on Thames, New Haw, Hersham, West Drayton and post codes: TW, KT, SL, RG, UB, RH, SW, HP, CR, SM, GU, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 etc.

Telephone Martin Colborne 07957 959225
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