Off the Real Estate Path
I’ve said it before, talking about real estate all the time is boring. Still, the whole purpose of this platform is to educate others about Indianapolis, real estate…..and of course, provide a few random thoughts along the way. In my travels throughout the Internet, mainly Twitter, I have become acquainted with other Indianapolis businesses who I believe offer a great service for the residents of Indianapolis.
Some I haven’t even thought of. At least someone did, that’s the brilliance of entrepreneurship.
We all know we are supposed to catalog our personal items and make an inventory list of everything. When you buy insurance for your home, it is a rather general policy and has a limit on the dollar amount you will receive for personal property.
How do you know the value of each item?
Can you remember the brand and age of every gadget and electronic device in your home?
If you had been a victim of this years floods, would you have been able to provide a detailed account of your personal property? Most of us could not. I recommend everyone take inventory of their personal belongings; you probably have more than you think. There’s a local company Hartman Inventory, LLC, which will take care of all the details for you. Whether you are a renter, homeowner, small business or medium size business, you need to inventory your material assets. Check out their website or read their blog for details.
While you are documenting your personal inventory, I guarantee you will come across some gadget or electronic device you have never used. You would love to learn to use it, but the instructions seem to be written in a foreign language and besides you just don’t have time.
If you are like me, there are many devices you use, but not to their full capacity. Think Blackberry and camera! Make that two cameras – heck I haven’t even taken my tripod out of the box So, what to do?
Patric teaches the rest of us how to use our gadgets and make sense of our cool tools.
Stay tuned for more great local companies you didn’t know existed….or, maybe you did and I didn’t.