Recommended by Insurance Companies & Financial Planners
A home inventory is a detailed list of the personal property or assets located in your home. You should also include property that you have stored elsewhere, perhaps in a garage or storage shed. Your list should include: furniture, jewelry, antiques, artwork, appliances, kitchen contents, clothes, carpets, drapes, computer equipment, television sets, CD players (and other audio or audiovisual equipment), musical instruments, clocks, mirrors, linens, lawn mowers, snow equipment, tools, sports equipment, collectibles and any other items of value.
An inventory is especially important for insurance purposes. When you make an insurance claim for damaged, lost, or stolen property, your insurance policy will require you to show the quantity, description, and possibly the amount of loss associated with each item. You may also be asked to provide copies of bills, receipts, or other documentation to support your figures. If you omit some items or fail to include an adequate description of others, you may receive less than full compensation for your losses. Relying solely on your memory can be an expensive mistake.
Here are just a few reasons how you can benefit from having a comprehensive home inventory.
Recommended by insurance companies and financial planners, a home inventory offers the homeowner protection and peace of mind by providing a detailed record of their personal property to maximize & simplify insurance claims.
Taxes and Valuation
A detailed inventory can help verify losses for income tax deductions.
A detailed listing and picture inventory can be used to supplement legal documentation for estate planning.
Keep track of lost or damaged items.
During the inventory process we capture the details of your personal property in our secure business software. Following the completion of a home inventory we prepare a comprehensive reporting package which includes detailed reports including pictures.
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