A Property inventory is an important document for an individual who requires a track of his belongings. Property can refer to any type of belonging of an individual such as houses, buildings, equipment, household items and personal belongings. One application of a property inventory is in insurance, where the insurance company requires the individual to list out all his household items that are of value to be insured.
Hence, a property inventory template can have the following information:
* Policy number
* Today’s Date
* Validity Date
The above information is important in tracking the items taken stock and their values at that point in time; hence, today’s date is important. A formal property inventory would require a validity date to cover the listed items below for a certain period only, due to the depreciation of the items.
The body of a property inventory template can have various columns, such as:
* Item number
* Item name
* Description of item
* Source of purchase
* Date of purchase
* Original Value
* Current Value
There would be subtotals to these columns’ values for a track of the total value of the items listed. A property inventory could be done up by a professional or authorized evaluator for a legal situation as in an insurance claim or policy, or it could be done up informally by an individual who wish to have a list of his personal worth.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.