Apex property inventories will provide Council Housing Associations with a comprehensive and detailed inventory check in and check-out report that is fit for purpose.

At Apex Property Inventories we understand that local councils and housing associations use private landlords to house tenants. When doing so, a deposit bond is provided, thereby promising the landlord that their property will be returned to its original state, leaving the local council or housing association with any potential liability.

At the start of the tenancy, Apex Property Inventories can provide a full inventory check-in report for the council or housing association, who then can forward this on to the tenant and landlord. At the end of the tenancy, we can produce a checkout report with recommendations against any difference in the condition of property and its fixtures and fitting. These recommendations can be used as a guideline for the council on what repairs they are liable for and what is considered as fair wear and tear.