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You enter your company information under settings, then you create a new moving inspection and choose whether it is a moving in or moving out inspection.

You start by entering information about the rental property and tenant, and if you are conducting a moving in inspection, you can enrol the tenant for electricity supply. The second step is where you enter the usage and add photos for documentation. This is also where you enter information about the keys for the rental property. At the third step, you go through the different rooms in the rental property. You choose the type of room in the upper tab and press +ADD…, and draw a simple blueprint, draw the door and the surface to the left of the door is called surface A. Then, you consider the condition of the surfaces and other elements step-by-step, and assess whether the property needs to be refurbished and whether it is at the tenant’s or landlord’s expense. You can add notes and photos as documentation, and when you have finished, tap ‘exit’ and move on to the next room. When you have inspected all of the rooms, you go on to the fourth step where you enter general comments and pictures. This is also the step where the tenant signs the report.

The moving report is continuously and automatically generated on the basis of the information you entered during the inspection. You find the PDF-report in the top tab or from the overview. 

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When you are in the overview, you always have the opportunity of tapping the PDF-symbol to the left of the moving inspections. That way, you can check the moving report which continuously and automatically is generated as a PDF based on the information you enter during the moving inspection. In the top tab you can either share, email or print the report.

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The first time you use the DomuSpect app, you’ll get a short introduction which introduces the symbols and features in the app. If you tap the question mark in the top tab, you get the introduction again or alternatively, you can find a written overview. Here, you also find the contact information for our support.

You also get a short introduction to the screen, you encounter when you create your first moving in or out inspection report.

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Tap +NEW MOVING INSPECTION and enter the tenant’s name. Ensure that you enter the name correctly as it cannot be changed afterwards. When you tap Create and Yes, you can choose between a moving in inspection or a moving out inspection.

You begin at the first step which is 1: Information which you find in the bottom tab. The date and time for the inspection will be entered automatically, but it can be changed in case you prepare the moving report beforehand. You have to enter information about the rental property, the tenant, and add a photo of the blueprint or draw a simple one in the app. Then, you are ready to start the inspection.

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To add company information, tap the cogwheel in the top of the menu and choose Company information. At the top, you can insert your own logo. Enter your contact information, company name and VAT-number.

Here, you can add one or more landlords whom you conduct moving inspections for. Enter your name and write a digital signature to verify that you are the one conducting the moving inspections.

Now, you only need to consider three more things: It is a good idea to tick off the box Save photos to camera roll which means that all of the photos you take are saved in an original version. If you tick off the next box, you get the Ability to draw and write in photos directly in the app. Only tick off the last box if you rent out business leases.

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When you get to the third tab Rooms in your moving report, you start inspecting the different rooms in the rental property. You choose the type of room – for example, hallway – in the upper tab and tap Add hallway. You can change the description of the room, and draw a simple blueprint – place the front door and name the surface to the left of the door ‘A’.

Thus, you can consider the condition of the surfaces and other elements step-by-step, and assess whether the property needs to be refurbished and whether it is at the tenant’s or landlord’s expense. You can add notes and photos as documentation, and when you have finished, tap exit and move on to the next room.

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