Your Rights and Responsibilities During Property Inspections

Your Right to Quiet Enjoyment

As a tenant, you have the right to quiet enjoyment of the property you're renting. While property inspections are a standard and reasonable part of any tenancy, we aim to conduct them in a way that minimises disruption to your daily life.

Refusal of Access

While it's within your rights to enjoy your property undisturbed, continuous refusal for access for property inspections could bring the tenancy into question. Inspections are a necessary part of responsible property management and are in the best interest of both the landlord and the tenant.

Reporting Issues

The property inspection is an excellent opportunity for you to report any issues or concerns you may have. Whether it's a maintenance issue or something else, your property manager is there to listen and take appropriate action.

Don't Panic

Property inspections are generally informal and are not something to worry about. They are not cleanliness checks, although maintaining a tidy environment is always beneficial. The focus is on the condition of the property and ensuring that everything is as it should be.

What Happens Next?

After the inspection, any issues identified will be highlighted in the report, and your property manager will take the necessary steps to address them. If you've opted for the self-check, you'll receive a copy of the report along with our comments on any concerns you've reported.