Routine inspections How often do property managers do routine inspections, and what do they look for
Updated: Sep 16
Regular property inspections are important. It protects your property, and help your property manager spot any potential maintenance before they become problems. They also can be an opportunity for the landlords and tenants to contact with each other.
Benefits of routine inspections for landlords:
What your property manager will look for in a routine inspection
How often your property manager will do routine inspections
What happens if your property is in a mess
When you can attend a routine inspection
How you can find out the outcomes of a routine inspection
What are the biggest benefits of routine inspections?
To check your tenant is maintaining your investment. As much as our Property Manager can take many photos, or even videos, visiting the property is our chance to document any maintenance, damages, and/or repairs on your property so you don’t end up paying for the costs that is not within your responsibility.
Secondly, great communication between a landlord (or property manager) and the tenants will be the key to keep the tenants who always pay rent on time, cause minimal damage to the property, and renew their lease multiple times.
During a routine inspection, the property manager will not only inspect the condition the tenants are keeping your property, but also the “overall” state of your property
Wear and tear
Cracks, marks or chips in the ceiling or walls
Lights and appliances (oven, range hood, dishwasher etc) are in working order
Leaking taps or faucets
Visible water damage or water marks
Lawns and gardens being maintained
We will also keep an eye out for any unlawful behaviour, including drug lab indicators. Please contact us at email@example.com for any inquiry!