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10.15am – At the Letting Agent’s office to pick up the keys for a 2-bed flat.

10.30am – Arrive at the flat. The assignment is to carry out an inspection of the flat and to prepare an Inventory. Speaking into a voice recorder you describe in details all doors, walls, furniture etc. It takes less than an hour.

11.30pm – Drop off the keys back at the Agent’s office.

12.00pm – Meet the Tenants vacating a 1-bed flat to prepare a Check-Out report. Compare the condition and the contents of the flat against the Inventory done at the start of the tenancy. Collect the keys from the tenants.

1.00pm – Return the keys to the Agent. Inform the Agent of any urgent problems. (cleaning needed; leaks etc.). Done for the day.

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The perks

You work from home so you can spend more time with your family

You can take time off to relax whenever you need.

No early appointments? Why not have a lie-in?

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the Boss

Nothing compares to the joy of being your own boss … well maybe with the exception of being able to work at home in your pyjamas.

You are free to refuse business from a client who gives you grief.

You can build a business with a substantial client base and sell it for a lot of money.

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Flexible as Inventory Clerk

You get to decide when to work – early in the morning, after lunch or late in the evening after you’ve put the children to bed.

You decide how many hours to work – you can do only a couple of inspections a week or a few per day.

You are free to decide how much you get paid as it’s you who sets the fees.

You can increase your income in no time simply by finding another new client or doing some extra jobs for other Inventory Clerks.

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