This is the report prepared by one of No Letting Go’s professional team to determine changes between the start of the tenancy and the end. Using Kaptur mobile technology, we accurately register all change between the condition noted on the original inventory and the property at the end of the tenancy. We will address damage, cleanliness, missing items and provide advice on fair wear and tear or where professional advice is required. The reports by us will also record important maintenance or compliance information for the landlord or agent to attend to, whether it is safety related, maintenance or recommendations related to improvements required.
Perhaps one of the most sensitive and potentially litigious times for landlords and tenants comes at the end of a tenancy, when the state of a property or its fittings can put a deposit at risk, leading to disputes. A checkout report completed by an impartial party can help avoid this potential issue by providing [...]READ MORE
In England and Wales, Public Health England confirmed 359 cases of Legionnaires’ Disease, with 25 leading to death. The financial consequences to those held responsible for the infections were serious, but as a landlord, are you also in danger of breaking the law? What is Legionella? Legionnaires’ disease is a potentially fatal type of pneumonia [...]READ MORE
A property inventory is a very important tool for anyone renting or managing a let property, and having this facility as a specifically designed system can greatly enhance its efficiency. What challenges should a property inventory address? When completing a property inventory, you need to have the confidence that it’s not only recording information accurately [...]READ MORE
Owning a franchise is a very popular starting option for anyone with an urge to run their own business. At No Letting Go, our franchise business is thriving as entrepreneurial spirits join us and take advantage of the many opportunities an inventory management franchise offers. Why is inventory management a good business opportunity? The rental [...]READ MORE