Vancouver Property Managers all have an official move in condition reports they must fill out with every new tenant they rent to. These reports will be an important tool on your move out as well. Now you are standing at the front door of your new rental property and you and your family are all set and excited to move in. Your Property Manager will meet you at the property and walk through every single room and make certain everything is exactly how it should look when you move out. Take note of the condition of the walls, floors, carpets, blinds and general overall condition of the property. The Property Manager should take several pictures to protect the owner and the renter, so when you move out you have a visual source to refer to. They also will take care of any concerns that may arise, for example there may be a light bulb burnt that went unnoticed or marks on the walls, scratches on the hardwood floors and they will write these down on the report so you will not be responsible when you move out. Vancouver home owners rely on the experience of their Property Managers to take care of their prized homes just as they would. Both parties will check all the appliances, lights, walls, kitchens and bathrooms and record on the form exactly the state of each individual room, so when you move out this report becomes a crucial tool for everyone concerned. Vancouver home renters can rely on these detailed forms for a sense of security and protection. Both interior and exterior areas are addressed on the form and most importantly, the property must be returned in the same condition as when you began your tenancy to regain your security deposit back.