MOT Inventories


About Us

In 2006, Motti, a graduate of the London School of Economics, spent time researching the London Property Market. What he discovered was a lack of inventory services in the rental sector. While there were many small-time operators, estate agents required something more reliable and efficient. M.O.T Inventories was founded that year to fill that gap.

Since then, MOT has gone on to manage hundreds of bookings across London. With over a decade of experience and a professional and friendly staff, M.O.T stand ready to help with your requirements. Contact us today to discuss your needs.


1) Schedule of condition

This signed document gives a general overview of the property itself, including gas meter readings, plumbing, electrical work, etc. The tenant will be asked to sign this document once we have shown him around the property. Should you need to withhold payment due to the condition of the property, the schedule of condition will be part of the evidence.

2) Inventory

The inventory records all décor, furniture, fixtures and fittings, both indoors and outdoors. It includes photos of important areas, such as specific dilapidations or valuable items. The inventory is combined with the Schedule of condition to form the Check-in report.

As with the Schedule of Condition, the inventory provides part of the evidence needed to withhold a deposit if anything listed was damaged.

When the inventory and Schedule of condition reports are carried out together, you can save money with our reduced rates.

3) Check out report

A check-out report takes place when the tenant moves out, showing the final state of the property. This can be compared with the check in agreement to complete the proof needed to withhold or repay a deposit.

Once the check-out report has been completed, we will collect the keys for you and return them to the agent.

4) Mid term

As an unbiased third party, we can report on your property’s condition at any point during the tenancy. This way, you can uncover and resolve issues during the tenancy before they lead to disputes.