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The property check out

The purpose of the end of tenancy check out report is to formulate an accurate assessment of the condition of the property when the tenants move out.

Failure to provide a check out report can prove highly problematic in the event there are any damages or missing items in the property.

There will be no documented proof  of the condition of the property and therefore it would be difficult to prove tenant liability, in the event of a dispute.

It is therefore important to have a tenant check out report which may be compared with the original inventory and schedule of condition, to avoid this situation.

Our check out reports are thorough and compared with the original check in inventory report. Suggested advice is noted on the report which includes comments on if an item or fixture requires maintenance, is damaged and requires replacement, or requires repainting or redecorating.

  • What does our check out report look like?

    Please click on the button below to see our sample check out reports.

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What do we inspect?

The following example areas are inspected by our independent clerks on the check out. Please note that this list is by no means exhaustive, and we recommend you take a look at our sample check out report above
A cleaner cleaning


Many disputes arise due to the standard of cleanliness that the property is left in at the end of the tenancy.

It is therefore important to note the standard of cleanliness at both check in and check out and have professional cleaning slips on hand if required, to prove this.

Kitchen overview

Kitchen Appliances

The clerk will inspect all kitchen appliances to ascertain if there is any damage or missing parts, that are visible to the eye.

Examples of these include cracked fridge and freezer drawers, broken oven seals, mold to washing machine seals, non- working light bulbs.

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Decorative areas

The decorative condition of the property is fully inspected at the time of the check out and the following points are noted.

Water leak stains or potential leaks, modified areas to walls including shelf fittings, nails, blu -tack and unauthorized picture hook fittings. Excessive scuff marks and/ or chips.

Furnished living room with a carpet


Carpets should be professionally steam-cleaned or shampooed if they were cleaned to the same standard at the start of tenancy.

Further inspection will be carried out to ascertain if there are any burns, stains and moth damage. Other floors types are inspected for cracked tiles. chipping and stains.