Introduction to Inventory Management Part A
Getting an inventory right can be the difference between an unsuccessful or successful tenancy. Learn how to create an effective inventory report, the importance of communication and how to make the most of mid-term visits.
- Purpose of the inventory
- Best practice and safety considerations
- Disclaimers and notes
- When, where, who and how
- Creating an inventory: structure, description and photographs
- The check-in, periodic visits and check-out
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