MJH Enterprises offers inventory services to private landlords, lettings agents and property owners.

We carry out a comprehensive inspection of every part of the property including exterior areas to produce a detailed inventory with photographs, meter readings and schedule of condition. For check outs all our reports include a dilapidations section. 


Inventory Report
This is required before a check in can take place. It’s a comprehensive description and assessment on the condition of each room, corridor doors, walls, ceiling, lights, windows, fixtures and fittings. Photographs are taken to support the text and will be date stamped.  This is normally done a few days before the check in. However, we do offer an inventory and check in on the day the tenant moves in if required. We'll then email the report to the landlord/letting agent within a few days. 

Check In Report
We offer to meet the new tenants and complete a check in using the inventory report (ours or an existing report). We'll note down any observations from the tenant in the report for you to review. Alternatively we can do the inventory survey and photographs 1 hr before we meet the tenants. We'll show the tenants around the property and produce the combined inventory/check in report within a few days.

Check Out Report
This is done at the end of the tenancy. An existing inventory or check in report is always required to compare the condition so that damages can be ascertained. We're happy to complete a check out using another companies inventory/check in. We'll meet the tenants at check out and go through each item in the check in, comparing and noting the condition at the end. Meter readings will be taken and keys can be collected and returned to the landlord/lettings agent.  Where we see damages, we'll consider who may be at fault and provide a dilapidations list. The landlord/letting agent may wish to use the report to levy potential charges against the tenant/s deposit if damages have been found.  The report will be sent within a few days of the check out. 

Interim Report
It’s useful to do a property inspection every 3 to 6 months to ensure the property is being kept to a reasonable standard, highlight any potential breaches of the tenancy such as overcrowding or damage to the property. We'll inspect every room and produce a report detailing the current condition of the property.