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Property Inventory Glasgow | Landlord DIY Inventory App – Photographic Inventory Reports 

As a private landlord or a letting agent, you can now create your own inventory reports with time stamped photographs within minutes using the Mint Inspect App. Our powerful tool helps you save a huge amount of money on hiring traditional inventory companies.

In this article, we’ll explain how easy it is to create detailed photographic inventory reports so you can safeguard your rental property, protecting you against major damage, breakages, iron burn marks, stains or dents. You can now ensure your property is returned to you damage free and professionally cleaned.

What is Mint Inspect and how can it help

The Mint Inspect App is a powerful yet easy to use DIY Inventory App that will help you to create photographic time stamped inventory reports for your property quickly and easily. All photographs taken using the app are automatically time stamped making the report legally binding, which can help support; any claim for damages arising from tenants damaging the property.

Click to see our 2-minute video tutorial to see how easy it is to inspect your property.

Want to see how professional the report looks and what’s included? Why not download a sample report?

Prices for Property Inventory Glasgow Landlord’s using the App is £15.00 on a pay as you go basic or you can sign up for a Monthly Subscription starting from £ 35.00 per month (£ 3.50 per report). Drop us an email at mintinspect@gmail.com for more information.

Photographs – what’s best practice?

In order to prepare an effective photographic inventory report, it is very important to take clear photographs of areas such as floors, surface areas, windowsills, furniture items and the interior and exterior of all kitchen appliances.

We have prepared a checklist document for the list of areas you should photograph which will make your report detailed enough to safeguard your property against any potential damage at the end of the tenancy.

Download: Mint Inspect Inventory Checklist PDF

Cleaning Standards – what’s best practice?

It is always a good idea to have the property professionally cleaned. You should ideally do this before you undertake the inspection using the Mint Inspect App. Chrome taps, shower heads and washing machine soap trays are items that tenants usually neglect cleaning at the end of the tenancy. So, it’s a good idea taking ‘close up’ photographs of these items in particular. The pdf check list document in the above link, clearly lists all the “close up” photos you should take when inspecting your property.

Our app also allows you to take photographs of the cleaning invoice and any other relevant paperwork that you or the tenant would find useful.

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Fire & Gas Safety – what’s best practice?

It is best practice to take photographs of any smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, fire blankets, fire extinguishers, gas safety certificates and electrical safety certificates present in the property. Doing so, will protect you from any unforeseen incident such as a fire or gas leak whereby you need to make an insurance claim or prove to the court that you have complied with any Landlord Safety Regulations.

Ready to start creating your own reports? Why not download our app from iTunes right away?

Prices for Property Inventory Glasgow Landlord’s using the App?

1. Pay As you Go inventory reports from £ 15.00 per report
2.  Monthly Subscription starting from £ 35.00 per month (£ 3.50 per report). Email us at mintinspect@gmail.com for more information.

Questions or feedback

Like what you see or just want further information? If you’ve got any questions or concerns or perhaps you want to give us some feedback, don’t hesitate to contact us on mintinspect@gmail.com

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