How to Home Inventory for Insurance
Keep Track of Your Stuff with Just a Few Clicks
Wish there was an easy way to keep track of what's in your home in case of an emergency? Now there is! Not only will this free software protect you and get your insurance claims settled faster but it's also fun and easy. Did we mention free? Here's just a few things this software will do for you:
Help you purchase enough insurance to replace the things you own.
Get your insurance claims settled faster.
Substantiate losses for your income tax return.
How it Works
Big Ticket Items
Make note of expensive items, such as jewelry, furs, and collectibles. Valuable items may need separate insurance. But, don't forget more commonplace items such as toys, CD's and clothing.
Along with the written information, consider adding photographs of your possessions, which can be done easily with a digital camera. Those with film cameras can scan print photographs or have their film developer save the images to a disk. You can always simply store your print photographs with a copy of your inventory.
improved easy to use interface
open project from a CD
auto focus on new item
receipt "yes" "no" check box including print
printing one room at a time
exterior household picture
general room pictures
sort rooms: drag and drop
sort items in the room: alpha-numeric, by price, by category
Walk through your house or apartment videotaping the contents. Remember to open drawers and closets. One advantage of videotape is that you can narrate what you are filming.
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DOWNLOAD "KNOW YOUR STUFF" HOME INVENTORY
- online secure storage and file management for inventory files
Once you click on the download button, you will be prompted to either run or save the home inventory installation file. If you choose to run the software, the installation process will automatically begin. If you choose to save the file, you will have to run the file after it is saved.
Minimum requirements: Windows XP, 2000, or MAC OS 10.3 or higher
Note: Valid for the state of Ohio - Click here to download.