Routine Inspections are an important part of your tenancy and will occur a minimum of 3 times per year. We will issue a notice of access in the form of a letter giving you a minimum of 7 days and a maximum of 14 days notification that the inspection will occur. A two hour time frame of access will be highlighted on the letter, and we will access your property during this time. Unfortunately we are unable to give you a specific time of inspection as we complete these in groups, and we may be detained at an earlier inspection.
The letter will be accompanied by a document to help you prepare for a successful routine inspection and we suggest that you use this as guide.
This is an opportunity for you to showcase your tenancy by presenting the property for inspection. We will be taking detailed notes on the property condition and exposing the report to your landlord.
On occasion, the property owner will attend a routine inspection, and you need to be aware that the landlord does have the right to view your home, consider your tenancy and make decisions relating to the property’s future.
We understand that it will not always be possible for you to be present at the inspection. If you are unable to be home, we will enter the property using the master keys held by our office. We will leave a business card or a copy of the inspection report so that you know we have been.
If you have maintenance items or concerns with the property that you would like to report, please leave us a note. We will ensure that your concerns are noted on the report and any maintenance items bought to the attention of your landlord.