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Personal Proprety Inventory : everything you need to know

By Emma Leclerc|1 min|August 2021

With all the things we collect in our homes over the years, it's a good idea to take an inventory. Not only does this allow you to be more aware of the value of your belongings, but it can also save you a lot of trouble in the event of a disaster.

How do you take an inventory of your belongings?

Examine the different rooms in your home and try to describe your belongings in as much detail as possible. Estimate the replacement cost of your items. Taking pictures and videos is also a good idea to have a concrete proof of your belongings. To help you establish your inventory, consult the Insurance Bureau of Canada's guide.

What to do next?

Keep your inventory in a place outside your home. Ideally, have a copy on your electronic devices. There are several applications that allow you to do this.

Every year, update your inventory. Have you installed a pool or a home theatre? Register any new possessions. Don't forget to contact your insurer to update your coverage.

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