MOVE-IN / MOVE-OUT INSPECTION REPORT
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Personal Note from AIG:
I first saw one of these when Brooke and I moved into our first apartment. I remember filling it out and carefully marking the scratch on the counter top, as I didn’t want to be held responsible for it when we moved out.
It’s a great and really fair idea, but I didn’t’ think of applying it myself as a landlord until quite a few years later. And most of my tenants totally get it. Once I give it to them, it’s their responsibility to fill it out and get it back to me within a reasonable window of time. If they don’t, then they have no strong arguments against me if I hold them responsible for repairs they claim were pre-existing when they moved in.
And also I use the same form when the move in and move it, and keep it in their file.