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    Flat inspection

    Hi everyone
    when a flat inspection is carried out by agency and landlord , do they tell you when it’s over if there are any issues they have ?

    #2
    Usually a firm appointment is made to visit and then if there are any problems I contact the tenant within a day.



    Freedom at the point of zero............

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      #3
      Ok , thanks

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        #4
        You could invite the inspector to offer feedback with 24 hours.

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          #5
          Thanks I might do this

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