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5 Steps to Create a Home Inventory Checklist

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After a fire, burglary or another event in which you lost possessions from your home, it may be difficult to remember the details of every one of the belongings that you have accumulated over the years. In this situation, having a current inventory of your possessions, including make and model numbers, may help you with any potential insurance claims. Taking the time to document your belongings now can help you recover faster after a loss. Here are some steps you can use to help build your home inventory checklist. Step 1: Take the Time to Walk Through Your Property. Compiling a comprehensive home inventory takes time and effort. The more detailed your inventory, the more useful it will be if you have to make a claim. Document possessions inside your home and on your property that may be of value. Step 2: Keep Your Inventory in a Safe Place. Creating a digital home inventory and storing it off-site will help ensure that it won’t be lost, stolen or damaged during any disaster at your home. You can also create a photo or video inventory and upload it to a cloud-based service. Step 3: Update Your Inventory Often. When you make a significant purchase, add the information to the inventory. Step 4: Remember Your Business Assets. While most people think of their home when making an inventory, it is important to document the contents of your business, if applicable, as well. Step 5: Consider Valuable Items. Valuable items like jewelry, art, and collectibles may have increased in value since you brought them into your home. Consider putting jewelry or other valuables that you don’t often wear or use in a safe deposit box. #Stonewall #StonewallInsurance #StonewallInsuranceagency #AtlantaInsurance #Insuranceatlanta #autoinsurance #homeownersinsurance #commercialinsurance #Lifeinsurance #blackowned #girlboss #ladyboss #womeninbiz #Lifeinsuranceawarenessmonth    

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