There's so much to get right at the start of a new tenancy. From screening your tenants through to providing all the necessary paperwork right through to those tiny thoughtful touches like letting the tenant know when bin day is. This checklist will help you keep on top of all the things you should be doing at the start of a tenancy.
The start of tenancy checklist is useful for anyone who needs to conduct a check in process with a tenant. So landlords who are checking in their own tenants will find this useful. Letting agents bringing on new tenants will find the checklist useful. Property investors who are self managing will find the checklist takes the stress out of moving a new tenant in. Even tenants who want to ensure that their check in has been done correctly will benefit from the checklist.
To make the start of tenancy checklist easier to digest we split it into the following parts: