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Having your own business is a fantastic investment. Here we'll show you how to do it quickly and at a little expense.


Advantages of the Inventory Clerk business:


Regular clients

One of the best-kept secrets about this business is that you have regular clients - the Letting Agents, who will provide you with regular work on a weekly basis.


You only need to find one Letting Agency as a client and you’ll have a regular stream of jobs. Every Agent has at least several new tenancies starting every month. Every property an Agent lets needs an Inventory and a Check-In done before the Tenants move in. And on a later stage a Mid-term inspection and a Check-Out when the Tenants move out.


This also means that you won’t have to spend most of your time looking for clients. You’ll only have to do this when you start your business and on a later stage when you decide to acquire more clients.


And our Guide will teach you how to find clients without spending a penny!


Growing market


According to new Government figures almost 1 in 6 homes is now a private rental property and the expectations are that these figures will grow to 1 in 5 households by 2015.


The English Housing Survey shows that the number of households renting privately has increased by one million in the last five years. In 2005-06, there were 2.4 million private rental households, which rose to 3.4 million in 2009-10.


There was also more than 30% increase in new tenant applications during 2010. Surveys show that a whole new generation is choosing to rent long term, and the average age of a first-time buyer has risen to 37.


The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has about 6,000 members.


Since 2007 having an Inventory and a Check-Out report have become simply crucial for the Tenancy Deposit Scheme. Nowadays the Landlord/Agent is only entitled to keep the Tenant’s deposit if they can prove that the Tenant has caused damage to the property. Without an Inventory is extremely difficult to prove that the damages were not there at the commencement of the tenancy.


Low start-up cost

Regular clients providing regular work on a weekly basis

Growing market

With our package you can start in a week

With our package you can start in a week


No formal qualifications are required to become an Inventory Clerk. Still you will be expected to have the standard of skills and knowledge of a person in the profession. And this is where we can help you.


Our Training and Business Guide has been designed in a way that if you put the time you can be up and running in about a week.


You don’t have to wait several weeks or even months to attend a 1- or 2-days training course nor to travel to another city to do so. You can have our package in a couple of days. And you can study at the comfort of your own home.


You’ll only have to pay £395 and you’ll get a lot for it.

Low start-up cost


There is no need for large capital investment. You don’t have to buy any expensive equipment. You won’t need an office as you can work from home. You won’t have to spend money on advertising and marketing.

This is not a franchise and there will be no ongoing fees. You’ll only have to pay £395 and you’ll get a lot for it.


Start-up costs:


The price of our Training – £395  

To start working as an Inventory Clerk you need to have some basic knowledge in order to produce accurate and detailed reports on the contents and the condition of the properties. That’s why you need our guide.


Basic equipment most likely you already have

A computer, a mobile phone, a printer, a digital camera and a voice recorder. Many mobile phones nowadays have built-in digital camera and a voice recorder.


As a self-employed inventory clerk you will require appropriate insurance cover but you can arrange it once you sign up your first client. Depending on where you live you might need a car. But if you live in a city you might prefer to use the public transport.



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