Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Rental Property Inspections

Before you commit yourself to a rental contract in an apartment or condo or a single-family home you should do a property inspection with the landlord.

By doing a property inspection this will protect you against any false claims when your lease is up and you move out. One of the big issues between the landlord and tenant is the condition of the property before and after the tenancy. By doing a room by room inspection you will have a more accurate record of what condition the property is in before you moved in. Taking photos of the property will also be a important factor in case you are falsely accused of damaging the property and would have to go to court. This will definitely give you an accurate record of the condition of the property. So take the time to make a room to room inspection and documented it. You will sign it and have your landlord sign it this will save you a lot of stress and keep you from any responsibilities of damage that you did not do.

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