A PropTech provider has created an app to remotely view and inspect properties in real time.
With InventoryBase Live the tenants undertake the inspections using self-service inspection templates and guides.
Inventory providers will communicate directly with tenants enabling a two-way conversation and opportunity between the renter and clerk to complete a detailed and accurate report.
Unlike self-service, the property professional conducting the report will be able to direct the tenant, request a ‘closer view’ or ask the tenant for comment on any issues, in much the same way if they were there in person.
Through an earlier version, InventoryBase claims to have helped property professionals complete over 20,000 remote property inspections since the spring lockdown.
Managing director Steve Rad says of the new product: “InventoryBase is at the forefront of digital growth in the property sector and continues to strive to offer new and innovative ways to deliver key services to the industry. We are constantly looking to enhance the activities of property professionals and ensure that both properties and its tenants are safeguarded and compliant.
“Our primary aim is to make navigating the impacts, issues and conditions caused by coronavirus more manageable with services that will continue to be of value well into the future.”
This post has originally been featured in Letting Agent Today.