Common mistakes made by landlords when preparing inventories

Landlords who produce their own inventories and conduct the check-in and check-out for properties risk losing potential tenant disputes according to the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks. The most common mistake made when producing inventories is that landlords simply compile a brief shopping list of items and do not have appropriate photographs. This means that they can’t produce the necessary evidence to show that a tenant has damaged a property.

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