Property Inventory

Inventory Essentially, an inventory is a listing of all the contents of a property and a record of the condition of each item, as well as the condition of the property itself. An inventory is designed to help keep track of the condition of a property and any furniture,
fixtures, fittings and white goods before a tenant moves in and when they leave, so it can be made clear what damages, if any, need to be paid for by the tenant and what could be considered fair wear and tear. Any deposit protection scheme [hyperlink to the deposit protection page] will want an inventory as evidence of the property’s condition if there are any disputes over the return of the deposit at the end of the tenancy.

Any deposit protection scheme will want an inventory as evidence of the property’s condition if there are any disputes over the return of the deposit at the end of the tenancy.