Rosemond Services take pride in providing cutting-edge estate agent inventory services. We use software to help landlords manage their property inventory requirements securely and efficiently. Using state-or-the-art software we can produce first class, high quality detailed descriptive and pictorial inventory reports on properties from standard residential through to large multi millon pound estates. 

Our inventory software allows you to make everything digital, yet still gives you the ability to keep it traditional. We understand going digital isn’t for everyone; so, whether you want our own login details to the portal or you simply want us to send you a PDF or hard copy we can assist. 

Our reports list the condition of the property and its contents at the start of the tenancy. It’s intended to protect the interests of all parties involved. 

We take the pressure off and give peace of mind to both landlords and ​tenants, allowing them to have a legal safety blanket. 

 

24 Hour Turnaround

All inventory reports will be sent to you within 1 working days after the job is completed, enabling swift document receipts for tenants and landlords. Most our reports have the same day turn around and sent as soon as we leave the property.

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THE CHECK OUT REPORT

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INVENTORY (AND SCHEDULE OF CONDITION)

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INTERIM INSPECTION

WHAT IS AN INVENTORY

An Inventory is a comprehensive document that provides a transparent snapshot of a rental property and its contents. This is produced in the form of a report, using photos and descriptions of all furniture, fixtures, and fittings.

The inventory should be carried out by a third party or independent inventory specialist. We would not recommend the parties involved creating their own inventory otherwise, it will be considered bias and will not stand up in a court of law when needed to be relied upon.

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WHY IS INVENTORY IMPORTANT?

Inventory is important for both tenants and landlords. The document encourages a healthy business arrangement between landlord and tenant at the outset of a new tenancy.  It reduces the potential for disagreements on who is responsible for repairs and damage at the end of the tenancy. It will safeguard deposits and the agreed document will be used to assist with the ownership of maintenance jobs during the tenancy. We have a fair wear and tear guide available for download to help in the process.