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November 26, 2014 / roqueagency

Personal Property Home Inventory

One of the very first, and most important bits of advise we offer to our Homeowner and Renting clients, is to prepare themselves by creating their own Personal Home Inventory.  Creating and maintaining a secure and up-to-date inventory, illustrating all your Personal Property, will make the process of settling a claim for any loss on your Renter’s or Homeowner’s Insurance MUCH simpler.  Home Fire Image 2We Promise!  If you’ll invest a little time up front, and much less as time goes by, to prepare and keep up an accurate home inventory, the stress and strain that follows every home insurance loss will be greatly reduced, should that fateful day ever befall you.

Imagine trying to put together for your Claims Adjuster, an accurate and complete list of all the possessions you’ve just lost following a fire or tornado.  Our friends at the Insurance Information Institute have made this vital preparation process quite simple and FREE.  Simply go to Know Your Stuff to complete and store your inventory online.  You can do this in one single effort or complete it a little bit at a time, while easily keeping it updated as you add and change out your personal belongings over time.  Remember, it will ultimately be your responsibility to provide evidence of your lost belongings following any Personal Property insurance claim.  So, why not have an up-to-date list ready to hand over to your insurance carrier immediately following your experience, to expedite your settlement and road back to normal?

We can’t emphasize the importance of creating this resource.  Be Protected, Not Surprised.  Start your Personal Home Inventory today.

Google+Luis Roque is a local Independent Agent who strives to help you to “Be Protected, Not Surprised. Get More Than You’re Already Paying For.”
Roque Agency Insurance is located at…

150 Uptown Square, Suite C
Murfreesboro, TN 37129.

Or click here to call us at (615) 582-3382

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