Houspect provides professional Tenancy Dilapidation Inspections and reports for Tenants and Landlords in the Northern Territory.
A pre & post tenancy dilapidation building inspection is a professional way to protect both the Lessee and the Lessor when properties are being leased. Houspect can provide a tenancy dilapidation report, which clearly details the condition of the property at the start and again at the end of the lease period.
For Tenants: A dilapidation report will detail existing damage, prior to your occupation of the property. It will protect you from being held accountable for what was pre-existing damage and assist you at the end of your tenancy to reclaim your bond.
For Landlords: A dilapidation inspection will create a record of the current state of the property prior to leasing the premises. At the end of the lease, the dilapidation report can be used to identify whether any new damage has occurred, which had not been identified in the initial pre-lease dilapidation report.
What Does the Report Provide?
A Houspect Tenancy Dilapidation Inspection report is a comprehensive and independent document completed in accordance with Australian Standards.
A Houspect Pre or Post Tenancy Dilapidation report will document the current condition of a property being leased. Our Houspect Building Inspector will document and photograph existing cracks, damage and defects to the property both internally and externally.
These reports will help both tenants and landlords avoid property damage disputes at the end of the tenancy.
The report also contains a glossary of technical terms to help you understand the report.
About the Houspect Building Inspector
All Houspect Building Inspectors are licensed builders with many years’ experience in the industry. Our inspectors will provide expert, independent and unbiased information on the condition of the property.
What Does Our Pre & Post Dilapidation Inspection Cover?
Our dilapidation inspection covers a visual inspection of both the interior and the exterior of the property subject to reasonable access. Areas include:
- Paths, driveway and fences
- Fittings and fixtures
- Flooring, drapes, cabinetry