Our Inventory template:
- UK-expert-drafted template for reliability
- Easy-to-complete with guidance notes
- Great practical value to private landlords
- Full money-back guarantee
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How Does It Work?
- 1. Download
- 2. Edit
- 3. Print
- 4. Sign
This is our inventory template. It has been drafted with assisting the private landlord in mind and is suitable for a flat or a house.
Our inventory template is for residential tenancies, whether furnished or unfurnished. Ours is enhanced by the facility to add a photographic schedule of condition.
It is designed to be used when you want to let residential property and it can be customised to suit your individual requirements.
The template has been drafted by David, our co-founder and solicitor of twenty years. This ensures that you can rely on the document being up-to-date and legally comprehensive. Our detailed guidance notes (free with the inventory template) make completing the final inventory simple and fast. A copy of the guidance notes are available here: guide to this inventory template.
How To Use Our Inventory Template
This template for an inventory can be downloaded in Word format once purchased. It can then be easily edited by you to suit your own needs.
We provide a full money-back guarantee if you are not happy with your template document for any reason.
Once purchased, the template can be reused as many times as you want for creating inventories at no further cost. We keep our templates under review to ensure they are up-to-date. When we update a template that you have bought, we will notify you by email and you will get a free updated template.
For easier check-ins and check-outs
Our free guide as to how to fill out the Inventory template includes some practical tips on (a) how, why and when to use it, and (b) dealing with deposit holding schemes at the end of the tenancy in the event of damage having been caused by the tenant. You should take great care over the check-in process when accepting a new tenant and the corresponding check-out process when a tenant leaves, to ensure all facilities and contents work and are in good order. This is important (a) whenever you have to make a claim on the deposit or (b) if the tenant claims something was not in good order shortly after he has moved in. You will find having an accurate inventory invaluable as part of any claim on the deposit where it is held in a deposit protection scheme, as the inventory can be used as proof as to the situation.