A mid tenancy inspection can be carried out at an interval of your choosing. It ensures you and your client are made aware of any potential problems at the earliest opportunity. It is advisable to carry out an inspection during the first quarter of the tenancy to ensure the tenant is complying with the agreement set out at the beginning of the tenancy.

Why Routine Reports

Routine Inspections are important and recommended after a new tenant has been installed into a property. At Kpservices we can do regular checks, monthly, every 3 months, 6 months or yearly.

Who is it for

The Inspections for rental property is beneficial for both Landlord and Tenant, to make sure everything is going smoothly, that the Tenant has settled in and all the conditions are as expected. On the other hand, it is beneficial for the Landlord to avoid situations where things could go wrong. Routine inspections are carried out to ensure the property is being well cared for and that there are no maintenance or health and safety issues. It’s also the perfect opportunity to spot any problems with the property and to ensure tenants are keeping their end of the tenancy agreement.

Need to Know

The property should be generally clean and tidy for a routine inspection. The tenant should inform the property manager/owner of any maintenance issues as soon as they occur. Most property managers usually request any non-urgent maintenance requests in writing.