The state of your property can change throughout a tenancy, so it’s advisable to conduct regular inspections as a landlord. Some tenants aren’t able to carry out essential maintenance in a home themselves, so maybe unable to identify dangerous problems with your property. It is your responsibility to keep your property inhabitable and adequately functioning, for the sake of your tenants.
Regular inspections also help you to keep tabs on how your tenant is treating your property. An involved landlord is much harder to lie to, and you’ll be able to keep an up-to-date record of property incidents that weren’t your fault. These can be particularly handy at the end of a tenancy, just in case there is any dispute.
As well as being able to keep an eye on the treatment of your property, you also seem more invested in the experience your property provides – which your tenants will appreciate.