Most home owners recognize they should have a home inventory and they know that their insurance company or agent strongly recommends it. So why is it that most people don’t have one?
Our answer is time and effort. The thought of taking a home inventory sounds like a lot of work, and it used to be considering that people would have to start from scratch with some sort of spreadsheet that required a lot of manual data entry. Who wants to do that much data entry? No one, thus oh well, the home inventory never gets done.
The process of creating a home inventory just got a lot quicker and easier, as HomeZada launched its HomeZada mobile for iPhone and the iPad. HomeZada Mobile for the iPhone allows you to take pictures of your home and possessions and seamlessly save it with HomeZada’s web application. Read More
The saying “Expect the best. Prepare for the worst.” should hold especially true when it comes to a natural disaster. If you do live in a place where a natural disaster strikes more often than you would like, you probably have an emergency plan in place. The problem? That emergency plan most likely only focuses on your safety and how to survive. What a lot of people fail to take into consideration is what it’s like to try to start over again when they lose their entire house and everything in it. For example, could you list out all of the items in your home and how much they are worth off the top Read More
It’s not incredibly difficult to find ways to save energy and money during the warmer months. Sometimes all you have to do is turn the air conditioner off and open a few windows. Winter is different. Unless you have a wood burner built into your house, you can’t just turn the heat off and have a different solution. For that reason, your focus should be on two things to save energy and money: 1) Keeping the warm air inside your home, Read More