These checklists really are set up to follow the consumer through the rental or buying process and far into future updates.
(PRWEB) July 24, 2015
Proper planning can help in any scenario and when it comes to moving, planning is key to avoiding stress, loss, and damage. ChecklistTemplate.net has released several templates to assist consumers in any step of the process.
When a consumer is unsure whether renting or buying will be the best option, using the Buying A Home template is an easy way to see how the costs of owning a home can impact a buyer. It contains fields that allow for a rent versus buy comparison. “A consumer can input their current rental data and compare to a home they are interested in to see whether they will be able to afford the purchase of a house,” explains Steele.
If renting is the best option, there are two checklists offered by ChecklistTemplate.net that can help prior to signing on the dotted line. The Rental Checklist and House Inspection Checklist are both useful tools in documenting any damage or possible damage to a property. Once this list has been reviewed with the future landlord, agreements can be made as whether the damages will be fixed before or during occupancy.
If the rental agreement will span several years or purchasing a home is the option, the Safety Inspection Checklist is a great tool to use before signing any paperwork. “This tool allows you to compare notes with the official Safety Inspection,” explains Andrew Steele, spokesperson for ChecklistTemplate.net. “If you have questions about something that wasn’t brought up in their official report, you can ask and ensure that everything is documented.”
ChecklistTemplate.net has even prepared templates to help with the moving process. The Home Moving Checklist allows for planning 6-8 weeks ahead to 30 days after the move. It covers basics such as estimates for movers, furniture layout, inventory, and even planning for school transfers. “We really wanted to give every scenario and every setup the possibility of having a well-planned moving experience,” adds Steele. Once moved in, the final step is a Home Security check that will give the renter or owner the ability to address any issues with exterior doors or windows.
Any of the lists provided can be reused if any changes are made to the property. Reuse any of the inspection checklists after any work has been done or go through the home’s security after adjustments have been made. These checklists really are set up to follow the consumer through the rental or buying process and far into future updates.
To view all rental, home buying, and moving checklist templates, visit ChecklistTemplate.net.