With footage from our deposit dispute workshops carried out earlier in the year, Nick Lyons from No Letting Go gives invaluable advice for avoiding tenancy deposit disputes. By encouraging landlords to prepare dispute evidence from the word go with check in to check out reports, Nick highlights the importance of good inventory management.
|Part 1 - Why Inventory Management?||Nick Lyons of No Letting Go explains the importance of a robust inventory and why it is a crucial document for landlords to have in the event of a dispute with a tenant.|
|Part 2 - What should be included in the inventory?||In part two of the deposit dispute workshops, Nick talks about the key elements which should be included in the inventory such as meter readings, key lists and photographs.|
|Part 3 - Check in - Check list.||Nick gives his expert advice on the check in process and on how it relates to the inventory, including what paper work should be included.|
|Part 4 - What to do prior to check out.||Part four looks at best practice prior to the check out, including information your tenants of their responsibilities prior to the moving date.|
|Part 5 - What to do on the day of check out.||The final video from the dispute workshop footage looks at the check out process and what to do on the day.|