SmartLet InventoryA detailed and unbiased report providing an accurate record of each room and all contents including full decoration, fixtures and fittings... SmartLet Check-InThe Clerk will take the Tenants through the Inventory and discuss any relevant issues, the Tenants are asked to sign the Check-in Declaration... SmartLet Check-OutThe Clerk will directly compare the condition of the property with that recorded on the Inventory from an unbiased and independent viewpoint... Mid-Tenancy InspectionAn interim inspection during the tenancy summarising the general condition of the property and highlighting any areas for concern...
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Whether you are a private Landlord, a Letting Agent, Relocation Agent or Housing Association, SmartLet can provide unbiased and independent property condition reports providing you and your Tenants with complete peace of mind.

We offer full Inventory/Schedule of Condition reports, accompanied Check-in of the Tenant at the property, Mid-tenancy inspections of the property, and final Check-out Inspections. Our Reports include dated digital photography and are all produced and available to you within 24hours of compilation.

Our reports are highly accurate and professionally presented, most importantly we are completely impartial and so our reports are able to be used effectively in the case of a possible deposit dispute.

We are members of the AIIC (Association of Independent Inventory Clerks) as well as the APIP (Association of Professional Inventory Providers) so you can be sure that we work to the highest standards and these Associations' specified codes of practice.

SmartLet staff have vital Lettings and Property Management experience which enables us to fully understand the issues faced by Landlords and Agents, and our prices are realistic, after all, we understand that Landlords want to make money... not spend it!

Established in 2005, Smartlet covers East and West Sussex and we are happy to provide references from our current customers.

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