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    Inspection apps

    I'm looking for recommendations from other agents for property inspections apps, to help speed up an automate the process. Currently we take photos and produce a pdf report, which has been this way for several years but is quite time consuming, so am hoping an app can help. We use Acquaint for our systems, so'd just need the ability to produce a pdf so it can be shown to the landlord/tenant.

    Any help appreciated
    <a href="http://www.manchesterpropertygroup.co.uk/" target="_blank">Manchester letting agents</a>

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    In my last business my inventory clerk used Peach Software.

    She thought it was pretty decent but the few times I tried to use it I didn’t find it particularly user friendly. I think that’s mainly because it’s only available on Android software and I’m used to Apple products.

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