Inventory photos
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PJ
PJ
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2 months ago
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I do my own NRLA Inventory - usually too many photos probably 80 photos in total. 

I provide a copy on USB pen drive to Tenant usually all photos but is this really necessary if I just had a good selection to hand over to Tenant.

Say I gave them 25 showing all areas is this acceptable ? 

If I had a claim Tenants would not offer up any photos that didn't go in their favour, I don't think so. 

I wouldn't claim unless really necessary and clear cut I had a good chance of success. 

Therefore can I just hand over a selected few photos Or none at all ?

Just minimising efforts but if needed i would hand over all photos but wonder is this really necessary ?

Do Tenants ever supply photos from anyone's initial Inventory ?   

Never needed YET to use a professional inventory ....   Famous last words, what I save in Inventory fees I probably use elsewhere for the Tenants benefit whilst I am still Handy Andy type but getting a bit longer in the tooth every tenant turnover. 

Thanks again.  

 

 

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