(PRWEB UK) 28 February 2015
Property Inventory Software company, InventoryBase has spoken out in support of the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) ‘First Time Tenant’ publication. Written by student accommodation expert, Patricia Barber the guide looks at every stage of the lettings process from the point of view of first time renters.
The guide uses practical advice and case histories to highlight the key things to know when looking for and living in your first rented accommodation.
Creator of InventoryBase, Steve Rad said “With anything in life - information is key. First time renters are so vulnerable if they don’t have the knowledge or experience to protect themselves. That’s why we’re so in favour of this new publication – it’s a sensible guide to every situation that a new renter might find themselves in.”
The guide begins with finding the right property and then moves chronologically through the entire process including moving in, what to know during the tenancy and finally, moving out.
Steve continued “InventoryBase was designed to protect people on both sides of the tenancy agreement. As a tool, it allows accurate reports to be created of the property at all stages of the tenancy. The ‘First Time Tenant’ guide demonstrates to the users what to expect at check-in and check-out and what is acceptable.”
InventoryBase was designed to make creating, recalling and comparing property inventories on the move effortless. A complete solution, the software allows the user to create detailed inventories including photos, in seconds. It also provides a booking system for clients and estate agents, assigns tasks to team members and produces reports that are fully customisable to include logos and any specific legal information.
The guide also tackles the details like what to look for in a tenancy agreement and what it’s all going to cost.
“First Time Tenant” can be found on Amazon and for more information on InventoryBase visit http://www.inventorybase.com