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See the condition of properties with a vacant property inspection checklist template

The Vacant Property Inspection Checklist Template is a helpful tool for property owners and landlords to ensure their properties are kept safe and secure while vacant. It includes a comprehensive list of items to inspect and provides the user with an easy-to-follow guide to ensure all potential risks are identified and addressed.

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Risks and Security
Is the the letterbox sealed ?
Are the water systems drained down ?
Has all combustible material been removed from the unit ?
Is the unit secure including an inspection of all doors and windows ?
Is the electricity turned off (except where it supplies a live alarm or external common parts lighting) ?
Is there a site visitor book in place ?
Is the Asbestos Register on site in a prominent position so all visitors can see ?
Is the unit free from of repair items that need to be reported ?
Electricity Supply
MPAN Number
Meter Reading
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Gas Supply
Meter Number (if not supplied on New Unit Form)
Meter Reading
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Water supply (metered)
Meter Number
Meter Reading
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The Vacant Property Inspection Checklist Template is a comprehensive document that helps landlords, property managers and inspectors alike to evaluate the condition of vacant properties. It covers all essential aspects of the property, including the exterior, interior, plumbing, electrical, safety and security, and much more. The template includes a detailed description of each item to be inspected, as well as instructions for completing the checklist. This template is a great way to ensure that all areas of the property are properly inspected, giving landlords and property managers a comprehensive overview of the property’s condition.
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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