The contents of your home may represent a substantial portion of your net worth. What financial consequences would your family suffer if you were the victim of a hurricane, earthquake, tornado, flood, fire, or theft?
No home inventory can protect you from the devastating emotional consequences of a catastrophe, but most insurance agents will tell you that an inventory can streamline your financial recovery.
A home inventory has many other uses, too:
Insurance and estate planning,
Documentation of non-cash donations,
Recording the history of family heirlooms,
Recording the maintenance of major appliances,
Recording serial numbers for police reports or warranty claims.
Sadly, most Americans do not have a home inventory. Why? Because writing down the name and purchase price of every item in your home is difficult, time-consuming, and, frankly, boring.
Keep It Safe!TM is the solution.
Use Keep It SafeTM home-inventory software
The user-friendly features of Keep It Safe!TM make it fast and easy to build a complete inventory of your household possessions:
Built-in lists of common household items,
Three default "shopping styles" to choose from,
Built-in replacement costs that reflect your shopping style,
Type-in boxes for unique items or exact purchase prices,
Optional note field for every item,
Read more about Keep It Safe home inventory software.
What have you got to lose? Your stuff!
Keep It SafeTM makes it fast and easy to inventory your possessions. Most inventory softwares are cumbersome to use.
Keep It SafeTM combines a simple point-and-click interface with a database of over a thousand common household items. Built-in price points keyed to your shopping style help you determine the replacement cost of most items.
An accurate inventory is important for insurance, estate planning, and simply keeping track of what you own. Keep It Safe allows you to build a complete inventory in hours and easily edit it when you buy something new or toss something old. You may add notes and photographs to each item for evidence, maintenance, or specifying the titles of your CDs and DVDs.