As a tenant taking on a new lease it is essential to understand the condition of the building you are about to lease, as during the lease period you are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the property. At the end of the lease period your landlord will expect the property to be handed back in the same condition as it was received – often a cause for disagreement.
The Schedule of Condition can be attached to the lease and can be used to determine your liabilities during your dilapidation negotiations, providing peace of mind and a useful “snap shot” to the beginning of the lease period, potentially saving you thousands in repair costs
We aim to make it easier and simpler for you when buying a property or when trying to understand a defect, by providing services which are friendly, professional and informative. We won’t bog you down with detail or technical jargon and we pride ourselves on offering a proper level of service – without the traditionally-associated large costs.