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GET YOUR  
SCHEDULE OF CONDITION REPORT.

Protect your assets with a detailed record of your property’s condition. Arrange an inspection from AMS Surveys, conducting checks in residential and commercial buildings across Liverpool, Manchester, Chester and further.

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UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF A PROPERTY CONDITION REPORT

A Schedule of Condition is a detailed record of the physical condition of a property at a specific point in time. It documents the existing state of the property, highlighting any existing defects, damages, or issues, for reference when the need arises. This type of document is often prepared before a lease or tenancy begins, serving as a reference to determine the condition of the property before any potential damage occurs. It is important that both parties sign this as a true and accurate record, should there be a dispute or dilapidations claim at a later date.

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ARRANGE AN INSPECTION WITH AMS SURVEYS

Serving as your RICS Chartered Surveyors, we can take care of the inspection, paying close attention to high-wear areas, such as walls and carpets, capturing photographic evidence as we proceed. By carefully documenting the condition of all aspects of the property, we hope to ensure you’re not liable for damages caused by previous tenants and ensure you’re able to identify any required maintenance tasks.

Speak to AMS Surveys 0151 314 6650 and arrange a Schedule of Condition report for your property.

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CREATING A SCHEDULE OF CONDITION:

  • A qualified professional, such as AMS Surveys’ Chartered Building Surveyors will assess the property's condition, taking photographs and notes

  • The assessment is compiled into a detailed report, describing existing defects and damages and their extent. To prove their agreement, the document is then signed by both parties

  • The report is attached to the lease agreement as a reference for future comparisons

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WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS AND A SCHEDULE OF DILAPIDATION REPORT?

The main difference between a Schedule of Condition and a Schedule of Dilapidation lies in their purpose and timing. A Schedule of Condition is prepared before a lease begins to establish the baseline condition of the property. It helps protect both tenants and landlords from disputes related to existing damages.

On the other hand, a Schedule of Dilapidation is prepared towards the end of a lease to ensure that the tenant fulfils their responsibilities for repairs and maintenance before vacating the property. We’ve conducted many of these inspections across the North West for both Landlords and Tenants alike, allowing us to create a straightforward, clear solution that appreciates the needs of all parties.

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GET THE RIGHT DOCUMENTATION IN PLACE FOR YOUR LEASE PROPERTY

Contact AMS Surveys today to discuss any aspect of the Schedule of Condition report and arrange your property assessment.

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