Move-in and move-out procedures are two of the most important aspects of property management. Having a detailed move-in report to compare to the move-out is important in determining any possible tenant charges upon vacating. During the move-in inspection process, the Property Manager will detail the existing condition of the home. This step is important not only for the Landlord, but also for the Tenant because it will save the Tenant from being responsible for anything that is not their fault. The move-in inspection also includes many pictures of the home’s condition, as well as taking a brief video of the overview of the premises. Although the Property Manager takes a detailed account of the property’s condition, the Tenant also has a chance to document any additional items they may notice the first week or so after occupying the home. The Tenant might notice a problem that the Property Manager did not. This information is documented in the move-in report as well.