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Letting Agents training for inspections, inventories and check in/out
As a business owner of a lettings company you want to provide your clients with the best service possible and have your landlords becoming your biggest fans, raving about how great you are and making more landlords flock to your door.
In an ideal world this would be amazing but it can be frustrating sometimes when your team dont do things to the standard that you would do them.
You may really want to give them some great training but if you do it yourself it can take huge chunks of your time or cost a fortune and could also take them out of your business for the full day.
So i have devised a traing programme that can get your team up to standard in just half day chunks and at a very affordable cost.
Being a small buisiness owner myself i can undersand the frustrations when a check out hasnt been completed to the highest standard or an inspection just isnt up to scratch, and i knew that i needed to spend the extra time on my team to make them more highly skilled.
So i took my time to sit down and evaluate just how the team needed to be trained in order to avoided mistakes, and to provide the most thourough paperwork possible that my landlords would love and that would be the best evidence that we could provide should it come to the point of a tenancy deposit dispute.
Since providing this training to all of my team we have seen the number of clients increase, the number of disputes go down and if we do have a dispute we have won over 96% of cases as our evidence has been iron clad.
The courses have been split into 3 parts
1. Inventories (11th May)
2. Inspections (25th May)
3. check in & check out (29th June)
You can choose to send either you or your team on one, two or all three (we recommend all 3).
The courses will include the following
How to prepare a property for the inventory process
The best way to compile an inventory
How to best describe items in a property
What you need to do to keep your landlord legal
What photographs to take
The best inventory formats
How often should you complete an inspection?
Why are you doing inspections?
The best way to compile an inspection
What you should record when completing an inspection?
Tell tale signs
What to do after an inspection has been completed
3. Check in and check outs
How to complete a check in and check out the correct way
When you should complete a check in and check out
What tools to use
Why you should always complete a check in and check out
Dealing with any difficulties at the point of check out
How to record the check in and check out
What photographs to take
These course will be a great informative way of getting your team uo to speed when dealing with any of the above.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Manchester City Centre - TBC