What should be in a Rental Inspection Checklist?

Inspections are a good opportunity to avoid problems, before they become bigger problems and most tenants will cooperate and understand that it is also, an opportunity for them to have things repaired.

Here is your vital RealRenta quick and easy checklist for your next routine inspection:

•Inspect at least every 6 months 

•Give ample notice to your tenants (at least 7 days)

•Always knock before using your key

•Ask the tenants if there are any issues before you start your inspection

•Put all your finding in a report

•Address any maintenance issues as quickly as possible

•Arrange a follow up inspection if conditions were bad

•File your report in safe keeping (RealRenta.com.au)

Marlene Liontis
Saturday, 15 September 2018

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