For a quick walkthrough of a Property Management Inspection, see Performing a Property Management Inspection.
Classify your Property Management Inspections on the mobile app with Move In, Move Out, or Inspection for routine inspections. The inspection report generated will reflect the inspection classification on the PDF.
The status codes N, S, D, and ! stand for New, Satisfactory, Damaged, and Action Item and can be assigned to each individual detail in each area. These statuses allow you to categorize inspection items easily and designate needed actions quickly. This straightforward property inspection approach has been used by many property managers for decades. It’s effective because it demands the inspector to commit to very specific terms for each inspected detail—and that’s why zInspector implements it. Inspection reports conducted using other metrics tend to be vague, and that limits their usefulness.
Need more codes? Additional custom codes can be created by an Admin user via their Smart Comments settings to add any type of Inspection Code that is required.
Ignoring appliances, or skipping the yard? When either a specific detail or a whole area of a property won’t be inspected, or doesn’t apply, Exclude the item from the inspection by tapping the X button to the left of the row. Once excluded, a detail row will be marked as “Excluded” and an area row will be marked as “Not inspected.”