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Oklahoma is known for its severe weather and a Home Inventory List is vital to all Oklahoma families. There are many ways to create a Home Inventory List.The Oklahoma Insurance Department has found many resources available for you to create this list.
It may seem hard at first to record information about everything you have in your house, but don’t let that put you off. First, decide on a way to organize your inventory that works for you. You can do it room by room, category by category (furniture, electronics, etc.), from newest items to oldest or from most expensive purchases to least expensive ones.
The information you put into this Home Inventory List can make an insurance claim settlement faster and easier. With this file, you will have a record of your property in order to help make an accurate insurance claim.
Please keep your Home Inventory List in a safety deposit box or another safe place outside your home. It would be helpful if you made a copy of this file and other important papers such as birth certificates, deeds, etc. and put the originals into safekeeping.
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