A home inventory of your personal property can seem tedious, but it can save you a lot of time and exhaustion in trying to remember every item in your home in the event of a large-scale loss. For example, if your personal belongings are damaged or destroyed by a covered peril, you may be able to be reimbursed in whole or in part for those items under your homeowner’s policy. However, to be reimbursed, you must be able to accurately inform your insurance carrier of the items that were damaged. Doing so without the benefit of an accurate home inventory could prove to be very difficult. The following tips can be used to help you take your home inventory.
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