6 Key Things To Have When Going On Housing Inspection

If you have ever gone for inspection in Nigeria, especially to rent, you need a chilled glass of juice because it can be really overwhelming. Going on a housing inspection in Nigeria needs some level of preparedness but there are key things to have to ensure you have a smooth inspection. Here are 6 of those:

Sun-shades/Umbrella: Depending on the weather, you need to move prepared. This season, the sun is coming on strong and the heat can be a bit on the high side. So, move protected against sudden harsh weather.

Extra Cash: Carry extra cash for unplanned trips or quick purchases that you may need to make. You don’t want to be left stranded in the middle of places where you are unfamiliar with.

Camera/Smartphone: Bring a camera or smartphone to document the condition of the property. Take photos of both the interior and exterior to aid in your evaluation and comparison with other properties.

Water: Housing Inspections can be draining, especially if you have multiple houses to visit. You need to stay refreshed for all the stops you will have to make. Because of this, grab a bottle of water before you begin, you really don’t want to be dehydrated as you move about.

Checklist: Create a checklist of features and criteria that are important to you. This helps you stay organized during the inspection and ensures you don't overlook essential aspects of the property.

Comfortable Attire: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, especially if you plan to inspect multiple properties in a day. Comfortable attire allows you to move freely and focus on the housing inspection without distractions.

By having these essentials, you'll be well-equipped to assess properties thoroughly and make informed decisions about your potential rental. You can also enjoy a stress free rental process when you visit rent.smallsmall.com. Tag a friend and thank me later.