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Home inventory sheet

For recording data about your possessions for insurance purposes


This is a sample of a form for use in compiling an inventory for insurance purposes of a home's insured valuables. It is not endorsed by any insurer or association, and is not meant to be definitive for anyone's inventory or insurance purposes. PhotographyTips.com does not make any claims as to its legality, thoroughness or applicability. Please check with your own insurance representative as to its suitability for your purposes.

We suggest you use this form as a sample in the creation of your own form, suited to your situation, after discussion with your insurer.
We suggest you use this form as a sample in the creation of your own form, suited to your situation, after discussion with your insurer.

Notes:

  • The "LR" in the numerical sequence in the left column stands for "Living Room." All the items on this particular sheet would therefore be found in the living room.
  • New code letters and numbers would be inserted for other rooms in the home. "BR-1," for example, could refer to Bedroom #1.
  • "Acquired" refers to the date an item was acquired.
  • "From" refers to the name of the item's supplier - a store or person, for example.
  • "Qty" stands for Quantity - the number of items described in the row.
  • The "Photo" column is meant to be checked when a picture has been taken of the item described in the row.
  • Attaching receipts to your inventory list will confirm their purchase price.
  • Keep in mind when inserting an item's current value that some things appreciate in value (some artwork, jewellery and antiques, for example), while others (such as clothing and other items that wear out or become obsolete, and eventually will need to be replaced) depreciate.