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BE PROACTIVE AND PROTECT YOUR RENTAL DEPOSIT
In preparation to moving in to your rental property, you want to document the rental property’s existing condition, to ensure that you are not held responsible for any existing damages.
The best way to document the state of a rental unit is to get a move-out inspection completed. These property assessments are easy and inexpensive and they don’t require any changes to be made in the unit.
ARE YOU MOVING IN?
When renting a home, the tenant typically completes a move in inspection checklist. How’s My Rental inspectors will conduct an extensive walkthrough of the property. This includes an assessment of the living spaces, furniture, and appliances.
Additionally, we will assess exterior areas such as garage and patios, as well as any damage that may have been caused by pets or children.
DID YOU KNOW?
As a tenant, a rental condition inspection can help you notice damages, giving you the time you need to fix them before your move-out, and helping you get your full security deposit returned.
Your rental inspection should include a thorough look at the outside, inside and the backyard. Inspecting your home’s condition before you move out will help you know what needs to be cleaned and repaired before handing it back over to the housing provider (landlord).
Be proactive and protect your deposit with our impartial rental condition assessments today!
In and Move Out
When you need to save time and find the peace of mind in your home, it is time to leave it to the pros. Our team of professionals will assess your home and make a detailed report freeing you of time and getting the peace of mind that you desserve.
A Move-out inspection helps you
document your Rental Condition
From the housing provider’s (landlord)point of view, it’s important to determine if there has been any property damage during your tenancy. Damage to the rental property can potentially become a non-reimbursement of your rental deposit; furthermore, this may not be enough to cover the repairs claimed by your housing provider (landlord).
To help tenants avoid that type of situation and show proof of the rental condition at the move-in or move-out, How’s My Rental has created Move-in and Move-out rental condition assessments that record every single square feet of the rental. The proof you need to protect your rental deposit at your fingertips.
You want to make sure that you are responsible only for the excess of normal tear and wear during your tenancy, but, what happens if the rental is not at its best? How do you show proof of it, so that you can protect your rental deposit? How’s My Rental delivers impartial rental condition assessment services that can help you protect your rental deposit by documenting the condition of your rental.
MOVE-IN AND MOVE-OUT INSPECTIONS
- Records a detailed before and after of the property’s interior and exterior
- Protects the housing provider (landlord), homeowner, and tenant
- Means no more quarrels over security deposits
- Displays a point-in-time condition of the property and more!
ARE YOU RENTING A NEW HOUSE? ARE YOU FULLY AWARE OF IT'S CONDITION?
The property inspection is the first step before you rent a house. A property inspection will ensure that your new home is in good condition and is free of any damage that may have been caused by previous owners or tenants. If there are any problems, How’s My Rental Move-in condition assesment report will highlight them to you so that you can negotiate with the property owner or make arrangements for repairs.
ARE YOU MOVING OUT? IS YOUR RENTAL DEPOSIT PROTECTED?
In preparation to moving out, to document the condition of the rental unit, it’s important to get a move out inspection completed. Move out property assessments can be beneficial in situations with housing provider (landlord)-tenant disputes
THE PEACE OF MIND YOU DESSERVE
Are you preparing to serve notice to move out of your rental? You’re not sure how to prove that you kept the rental in great condition? We can help you schedule a move-out inspection to help protect your rental deposit.