Apartment Inspection Checklist
When a tenant vacates your unit, there’s a lot to get done. You need to find a renter to replace them, inspect the unit, make the necessary repairs, and complete paperwork for the new lease. Don’t let the small stuff slip between the cracks – completing a thorough inspection of your units before a tenant moves in and again before they move out will help you hold tenants accountable for any damages they cause.
An organized apartment inspection checklist will help the move-out process go smoothly. In addition to photos or videos of the unit, keep track the apartment‘s condition with an itemized checklist, breaking down all the things you need to examine by room so you won’t forget the details. Similar to an inventory, the list will allow you to go through the same process for all of your units, standardizing your apartment inspections. With this in mind, we’ve created the Apartment Move-In and Move-Out Checklist, which you can print out and use during your walk-through inspections.
Our itemized list, broken down by room, will make sure damages don’t slip off your radar during moving inspections. You’ll be able to note damages and costs as well as collect the tenant’s signature in this document. Use our checklist when you start the move-in or move-out process with your residents, and make sure your tenant gets a copy too. Download our Apartment Move-In and Move-Out Checklist here.
Tip: Have more than 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms? Print out extra copies of Page 2.