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0207 183 1083

Wimbledon Inventory Clerk Report Services

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Wimbledon Inventory Clerk Report Services

For Wimbledon rentals an inventory report is a valuable asset. Landlords will know that the condition of their property and its contents have been accurately recorded, tenants can rest assured that any pre-existing flaws in the rental unit will not be taken away from their security deposit.

Wimbledon Inventory Clerks Know Their Stuff

Brooke Inventory clerks cover the Wimbledon area. Trained members of the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC), we take pride in being meticulous when it comes to recording the details of the property and more. Care and professionalism are part of our standard and we uphold the AIIC commitment to excellence in the inventory process.

More information on our services:

Intentory Report Compilation
Check In
Check Out
Interim Reports

Fast and Factual

Our inventory clerk for Wimbledon will conduct the report with speed and attention to detail. We will itemize every item of content including walls, floors, ceilings and fixtures. We do this so that lines of communication can be kept inventory-2open between landlord and tenant to ensure the return of deposits and the prompt attention to any problems which may occur during residence. Our clerks are fully covered by public liability and professional indemnity insurance.

What We Offer

We are a full service company and offer landlord and tenants Check In Report, Check Out report, and an Interim inventory report. A Check In Report will consist of a room by room detailed list of the condition of all parts including any furniture and cleanliness.

For a Check Out Report we classify the state of a property at the end of a tenancy into four categories: minor differences (tenant fault) which the tenant can take care of; major differences (tenant fault) requiring experts; differences incurred due to lack of property (landlord fault) maintenance; normal wear and tear differences which are considered ‘no fault’ to tenant or landlord. An Interim Tenancy Report occurs through the lease agreement period and is generally done every three to six months.

Every report includes digital photographs taken on-site. By ensuring accuracy we can help avoid future legal disputes between all parties. You will find that our rates are fair and competitive within our industry and we come highly recommended.