The real estate investing form this week is one that is perfect for landlords to ensure that they keep their properties in good condition… and that tenants are charged correctly when they move out. Every landlord should be using some sort of a "move in/move out" form or checklist… check out this one and use it to integrate into your own landlording business.
The Move In/Move Out Form For Landlords
Also known as a property inspection form , the move in and move out checklist you can download below is a simple form that you can use when a new tenant moves in… and when they move out. The form has fields for each room in the unit and has space where you can note any damages that are seen during the inspection (either during the move in our move out). This is very useful when a tenant disputes a damage charge when they move out… and you show them on the form (that they have signed) that the damage was not there.
Another thing that may be useful for landlords along side with this form is to take pictures of the unit (or a video) before the tenant moves in… and take pictures (video) when the tenant moves out. This way there is proof of the state of the unit when the tenant moves in.
Download The Move In/Move Out Form For Landlords
Right click on the download link below
Click “Save As” or “Save Target As”
Save it to your computer
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