At First all your tenants seem to be the nicest of people, but what goes on once the door is closed
So why not cover yourself and have Rentready do your interim inspections saving you time and money
Rentready can Routinely inspect your rental properties. As we are already on the road it makes it easier for us to call on your properties
Some of the reasons we reccomend you should do an interim inspection are late rental payments, you may suspect a tenant has left the property or is planning to, Maintenance inspection may be needed what state of repir are they in, prevention is better than the cure, also they may be subject to Anti-social behaviour.
You should write your inspection policy into your lease and make sure your tenant's is aware ofit when they are signing. This way there will be no surprises later on.
LEGALLY you give at least 24 hours written notice to your tenant that you intend to enter the property.
You can hand deliver the notice but if you post it, allow time for it to arrive when setting your inspection date.
If the inspection is just a routine one then it is nice to give your tenant plenty of notice -- say a couple of weeks -- that you'll be coming. That way they can arrange to be there if they want to and will have time to tidy up.