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 What Is An Assets Inventory?

An Assets Inventory is a detailed specific list of the personal property or assets in your business or your home. 

Business Assets Inventories typically include:


check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionComputers                                                                     check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionServer(s)

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionNetworking equipment                                                    check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionPrinters and scanners

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionSoftware licenses                                                           check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionOffice furniture

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionElectronics (PDA's, company cell phones, etc…)               check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionFaxes

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionDesks                                                                           check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionTables

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionFiling Cabinets                                                               check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionPhones

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionAnswering Machines                                                      check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionStereo Systems

 Home Assets Inventories typically include:



 check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionLandscaping                                                                check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionExternal house decoration

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionFurniture                                                                      check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionSilver

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionJewelry                                                                        check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionAntiques

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionArtwork                                                                       check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionCollectibles

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionAppliances                                                                   check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionClothing

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionDishware and silverware                                               check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionCloset contents

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionCarpets, drapes                                                            check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionComputer equipment & all electronics

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionMusical instruments                                                     check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionSports equipment

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionGarage, attic, tool shed contents                                   check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionToys, books, CD's

check mark blue Assets Disaster PreventionAny other items of value

 Generally speaking, an Assets Inventory includes all objects of commercial or sentimental value that would warrant in insurance claim if they were to disappear.

How Does An Inventory Protect My Assets Against Disaster?

An assets inventory is important for several reasons. For one, it helps establish how much insurance you need and whether you need special riders to cover items of great value. And in the event of a loss, it provides proof for your insurer of what needs replacing.

What's more, if some costs are not insured, it helps establish whether you have a so-called casualty loss that can be deducted on federal income tax returns.

State Farm Insurance states: “The threat of loss from fire, theft or other causes is always present. An accurate inventory and proof of ownership at the same time of a loss can make claim settlement easier and faster.”

The National Crime Prevention Council (NPCC) states “Make a list of your valuables – DVD Players, VCR's, stereos, computers and jewelry etc… Take photos of the items, list their serial numbers and description.”

"Our adjusters tell us that they might see one or two home inventories in a year," said Pete Moraga, a spokesman for Allstate Insurance. "That's out of hundreds of claims."

"I can't emphasize enough how important they are," Moraga said. "It's not that big of a deal in a partial loss, because you can still see and piece together what you lost. But, in a total loss like we've seen in some of the fires and tornadoes, it's incredibly difficult to remember everything you had."

Consider: How many compact discs do you own? Videotapes and DVDs? Computer programs? Shirts, skirts, coats, socks? How about kitchen utensils, pots, pans, bowls, china and crystal?

"Most people can't remember what they had for lunch, much less what's stored in the attic," said Jean Salvatore, spokeswoman for the Insurance Information Institute .

The stress of loss is NO time to rely on your memory. Our services provide an accurate documented inventory of your home or business and possessions to ensure proper settlement at the time of a claim.

Our documentation services can also assist you in estate planning, moving and storage preparation, asset liquidation and more.

Know What You Own Before It's Gone!

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