RENTAL INSPECTION REPORT:
The Rental Inspection Report is intended as an assessment of the condition of the property on the day of the inspection. The report will document concerns related to overall property condition, maintenance concerns present, evidence of tenant damage or neglect, potential property code violations and visible evidence of insurance risks. The assessment is visual and non-invasive and is intended to document through notes, photos and videos the current property condition.
1) Maintenance Item - These are repairs that, in the opinion of the inspector, are regular maintenance items typical for all homes. Repair to these items is not urgent, but should be performed in the near future.
2) Repair Recommendation - The item, component or unit was visually observed, and is not functioning as intended or needs further inspection by a qualified specialist. Items, components or units that can be repaired to satisfactory condition may not need replacement.
3) Safety Concern - The item, component or unit represents a safety concern to the occupants and should be immediately repaired.
For occupied homes, tenant furniture and belongings can often present complete inspection of every room and area. We do our very best to identify every concern visible, but items can be hidden or blocked from view by tenant items.
SCOPE AND TERMS OF INSPECTION:
This confidential report is furnished for the use of the property-manager and property-owner only. It is not intended to be relied upon for any purpose by any other party not named on the report and Inspection Agreement. This inspection was performed in accordance with and under the terms of a Rental Inspection Agreement. The agreement was signed and agreed upon before the preparation of this individual report and a signed copy of the agreement is available upon request. The agreement may be part of a broader inspection contract between Scott Rental Inspections and the Property Management Company or Property Owner. Scott Rental Inspections conducts all inspections according to the procedures outlined by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. The complete standards can be reviewed at the following location; www.scotthomeinspection.com/ASHI_standards-ethics.pdf The ASHI Standards of Practice outline recommended procedures for performing general home inspections, which have been adapted for the specific scope of these Rental-Inspections. Scott Rental Inspections is a division of Scott Home Inspection, LLC.
READING YOUR INSPECTION REPORT
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