What is a Rental/Tenant Inspection Report? A rental/tenant inspection report is used by a landlord, tenant, or property manager to accurately record and assess the current condition of the property, pre move-in, or post move-in.
The Rental/Tenant inspection is a great way to objectively list the repairs that the most recent tenant may be responsible for. Also from the tenant's standpoint, it is a great tool to document any current damage or repairs needed before moving in.
The types of properties that we perform Rental/Tenant Inspection Reports on are:
To get started on your inspection for a Rental or as a Tenant in Fayetteville, Bentonville, Rogers, or anywhere in Northwest Arkansas you will need:
During an inspection, both the tenant(s) and landlord or property management should be present. We recommend that you work together to do this, and that you walkthrough together. It will be important for both parties to note any existing damage anywhere on the property. Damage of particular note are such items as leaky faucets, running toilets, poor water pressure, stains on ceilings (indicating possible water damage), holes in walls, damage to trim work, stained or worn out carpeting or wood flooring, locks not turning properly, air conditioning not cooling or heater not heating, light fixtures not operating properly, fans, etc.
When the tenant moves out, it is recommended that the original notations from the inspection be used to compare the condition of the property. This inspection can accurately reflect the conditions of the property now and how those items have changed or stayed the same. It is noted that regular wear and tear on any rental property is typically not considered at-fault damage.