Rental Property Evaluations

Help ensure that your rental property
remains safe, secure, and up to code.

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A Rental Property Maintenance Report is a must have.

Creating and maintaining a rental property maintenance report is an important part of being a responsible landlord. Regular inspections and rental property evaluations can help ensure that your rental property remains safe, secure, and up to code. As a landlord, it is important to know the condition of your investment and that’s why a rental property maintenance report is a must have.

By compiling this information and identifying areas that need repair, you can start targeting budget-friendly solutions. The rental property maintenance report includes detailed photos of every part of the property and documents any noticeable damages.

What is a Rental Property Maintenance Report?

When it comes to owning a rental property, it’s important to take care of it in the best way possible. This includes regular maintenance and repairs, and a rental property maintenance report can help you do just that. This report contains important information about the condition of your rental property, as well as any required or suggested repairs as well as any improvements that could been made. By having this report, you can be sure that you are providing your tenants with a quality environment and avoiding any costly repairs down the road.

Benefits Of Rental Property Evaluations

One of the benefits of hiring a registered building practitioner to inspect your rental property is that they can help you identify any repairs that are needed before, during and after leasing. This type of inspection, a rental property evaluation, can provide accurate estimates for necessary improvements, such as painting or new flooring.

In addition to assessing the property’s condition and identifying potential issues, a professional rental property inspector can also provide an unbiased viewpoint. This means that they will not be influenced by any vested interests – such as the tenant or agent – and will instead provide an objective assessment of the property’s condition. By being able to see all sides of a situation, landlords can make more informed decisions when approving tenant requests or making repairs or upgrades to their properties.

Overall, hiring a professional rental property inspector is a great way to save time and money while promoting safety and compliance with the building code. By quickly assessing issues, building inspectors help landlords avoid future headaches while ensuring that their properties are in top condition for current and future tenants.

Also, a rental property maintenance report can also be used as a valuable marketing tool when trying to attract new tenants. By compiling this report systematically over time, you can show potential tenants how much care and attention you are giving to your property. Not only will this make them more likely to choose your property over others, but it will also help you track your expenses and budget so that future repairs or improvements are easier to plan for.

In a nutshell

A rental property maintenance report is produced after a rental property evaluation inspection. The report outlines the condition of a rental property and required repairs. It is typically done before a new tenant moves in but can also be done periodically throughout the lease. A well-maintained property will have fewer problems and be more attractive to potential tenants.



The insides of a property is responsible for providing a safe and comfortable living space. With time and conditions, the interiors age and incur damage. During rental property evaluation, our team of experts will look for damage in any form and also analyse your living space for any future repair scopes. Our team of registered building inspectors will inspect:


The exteriors are responsible for tackling harsh weather conditions, keep pest infestations away and also protect from everyday weather changes. With years of exposure, the exteriors may incur damage and create scope for the vulnerability of the interiors. Understanding this, our trained rental inspection experts carefully analyse and determine the need and extent for repair works the property may require. Our team of registered rental inspectors will inspect:


Roof: Our team of registered rental inspectors will check the roof cavity (interior) for any problems with insulation, framing and sarking. For the exteriors, we will look at the home’s tiles, gutters, gutters, downpipes, vents, flues and eaves to determine condition and if any repair work will be needed. 

Floor: Our team of registered rental inspectors will carefully analyse your floor for any framing issues, check stumps, posts, ventilation and ensure there is no rising damp, surface water, dry rot or blocked vents.

Living Areas: Our inspection will cover the kitchen, bathroom, ensuites, laundry, toilets, bedrooms, lounge and common areas along with focus on doors, windows, carpets and tiles, architraves, stairs, storage spaces, wardrobes and other components of your living space. 

Inspecting the Outsides: Our trained and expert rental property inspectors never leave any stone unturned when it comes to a rental property evaluation. We inspect your exterior stairs and decking, patios and pergolas, sheds and garages for damage and determine the need and extent of repair required (if any). Our rental property inspection experts also check walls, lintels, doors, windows, water systems; as well as the site itself, including fences, driveways, any walking paths, steps, surface drainage and outbuildings for damage/repair needs.


Conducting a rental property inspection helps you evaluate your investment from all perspectives (right from interiors, exteriors and even pest infestation chances)

We provide independent property inspections on demand. East Gippsland Housing Inspections provides rental property evaluations in East Gippsland and surrounding areas including Bairnsdale, Bruthen, Buchan, Cann River, Clifton Creek, Dinner Plain, Eagle Point, Eastwood, Ensay, Fernbank, Johnsonville, Kalimna, Lake Bunga, Lake Tyers, Lakes Entrance, Lindenow, Mallacoota, Marlo, Metung, Mount Hotham, Murrindal, Newmerella, Nicholson, Nowa Nowa, Omeo, Orbost, Paynesville, Sale, Shannon Aters, Stratford, Swan Reach, Swifts Creek, Tambo Crossing, Wiseleigh & Wy Yung.