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Check out inventory pictures Vs description
Getting some stick on the condition of the front and rear gardens. If push comes to shove would the pictures carry more weight than the inventory clerks description? It's incredibly subjective I.E weeds and hedges need trimming in the description but the photos themselves show very little difference from the check in and check out condition. I also have my own pictures of course.
Obviously the EA has a £400 estimate that they're throwing at me for their mate to cut a couple of leaves but since they're 'nice' they're offering me the keys to come back and do the work for them!
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