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AHI - Home Inventory Service - Newspaper #2 - Global

AHI - Home Inventory Service - Newspaper #2 - Global

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Home Inventory Service - Newspaper #2 - Global - Is a newspaper to read when looking for information on preparing your home & family for loss through disaster, emergency & theft!

A newspaper created by Aussie Home Inventories, the leader in Home Inventory Services in Australia, from information on their Global Inventory Information Network. Information for a global audience concerned about being prepared for loss, whom wish to increase their prospects of recovery, proving ownership and condition of property. An Inventory Information Network of products and services, related to disaster preparation, evacuation planning, survival preparation, personal safety and home security.

Visit this Global Inventory Information Network of sites and start preparing your home and family for loss. AHI provides a local Home Inventory Service in New South Wales that professionally records property and contents, for personal and / or legal use.

Global Inventory Information Network -
www.aussiehomeinventories.com.au
www.homeinventoryaustralia.blogspot.com
www.propertyinventoryservice.blogspot.com
Home Inventory Service - Newspaper #2 - Global - Is a newspaper to read when looking for information on preparing your home & family for loss through disaster, emergency & theft!

A newspaper created by Aussie Home Inventories, the leader in Home Inventory Services in Australia, from information on their Global Inventory Information Network. Information for a global audience concerned about being prepared for loss, whom wish to increase their prospects of recovery, proving ownership and condition of property. An Inventory Information Network of products and services, related to disaster preparation, evacuation planning, survival preparation, personal safety and home security.

Visit this Global Inventory Information Network of sites and start preparing your home and family for loss. AHI provides a local Home Inventory Service in New South Wales that professionally records property and contents, for personal and / or legal use.

Global Inventory Information Network -
www.aussiehomeinventories.com.au
www.homeinventoryaustralia.blogspot.com
www.propertyinventoryservice.blogspot.com

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Issue #11 for AHIfeedjournal.com7/10/2008 - 9/4/2008
When A Picture Says AThousand Words
By Aussie Home Inventories (Home Inventory Service - Australia)
Submitted at 9/1/2008 3:57:00 AM
Landlords and tenants have rights andresponsibilities, with regards to the rental of property. To create a fair set of rules for landlordsand tenants, along with introducing legislativerequirements for the 'written tenancy agreement', theResidential Tenancies Act commenced on 30thOctober 1989. This agreement consists of two parts,part 1 relates to the 'Terms Of The Agreement', andpart 2 relates to a 'Property Condition Report',known as a 'PCR'.The Property Condition Report is simply aninventory of the property, taken prior to the start of tenancy, noting the condition of the property.Aussie Home Inventories are specialists in the areaof documenting property and contents and areoffering landlords, tenants, lodgers and students theopportunity to have a Property Condition Reportcompiled.They prepare a concise Property Condition Reportwhich details the condition of the property, room byroom, noting any inclusions or dilapidations. Thelandlord & tenant, and in cases where the property ismanaged, the agent, all receive a copy of thisproperty condition report. The tenant may addadditional comments and must return the conditionreport to the landlord / agent within seven days of the start of lease. The original report and the reportreturned by the tenant are both then used at the endof a tenancy to ensure the property is returned in thesame condition, with consideration given to 'fairwear and tear' accepted. The Property ConditionReport usually comprises of a written descriptionaccompanied by photographs or video whenrequested.Information on the process of tenancy, withrespect to bond lodgement / refund, propertycondition reports, inspections and 'fair wear and tear,is easily explained in a download called TenancyTips, supplied by the Tenants Union, ACT. Pleaserefer to your own individual states TenantsAssistance Organisation for advice. New SouthWales - Tenants Organisation.Aussie Home Inventories supplies independentProperty Condition Reports that can save landlordsand tenants considerable time and money in theevent of a dispute, or avoid the dispute in the firstcase.At tribunal hearings, photographic evidence ismore commonly supporting claims and disputes,being supplied as evidence of property condition.If you are managing a property and would like aprofessional independent Property Condition Report,then call Aussie Home Inventories for assistance.Aussie Home Inventories- Home InventoryService - Australia
 
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Burned Fingers
By Aussie Home Inventories (Home Inventory Service - Australia)
Submitted at 8/21/2008 8:02:00 PM
Suffering a loss of property is understandably amajor trauma for most people. It is during the timeof recovery, that people wish they had done more inthe task of preparation. To prepare not just theirproperty, but themselves for the outcome andrecovery.When preparation can make a difference, it isoften ignored or put off until it is to late, as it is notseen as important enough, at that time. People maybe aware of recent burglaries, but do not get aroundto fixing the security system, until after the break-in.Many home owners are unaware they are under-insured, until they make a claim, thus any loss notcovered is at the property owners expense.In preparation for loss, it always pays to have aproperty inventory where property and contents arefully recorded and documented. This results in moreaccurate claims and the chance of faster, morefrequent theft recovery.Aussie Home Inventories is seeking informationfrom individuals whom realise they could have donemore, to be better prepared. If you have suffered aloss through natural disaster, emergency or theft,they would like to hear from you. Of special interestis information that involves:• Finding out you were under-insured at claim time.• The lack of documentation that could haveassisted with theft recovery.• Not having all the required documentation for theinsurance supplier.Information can be easily forwarded to theiroffices via email, or they can be contacted directly.All submitted information will be used anonymouslyto compile a list of reasons, why people need to bemore prepared, learning from the examples of whypeople did not. The data will be used to compilearticles, that will be posted on Aussie HomeInventories websites. This is a place to share yourstories, to let others learn, to encourage them to getprepared.If you thought you were prepared and found youwere not, Aussie Home Inventories calls this the'Burned Fingers' syndrome, they would especiallylike to receive your information.Aussie Home Inventories- Home InventoryService - Australia
Survey II Launch
By Aussie Home Inventories (Home Inventory Service - Australia)
Submitted at 7/10/2008 10:46:00 PM
Thank you, to all of you whom took the on-linesurvey. This survey was created to allow AussieHome Inventories, to better understand theawareness level amongst the Australian community,of Under-Insurance and Home Inventory Services.The survey results are being collated and will beposted on this blog, and our Home Inventory Servicewebsite over the next couple of weeks. The data willallow us to better service, our existing and newclients.The survey has been upgraded to version II and isnow hosted on-line at 'group-surveys.com'. Thissecond survey will run through to the end of the yearor until we meet a level of submissions. If youmissed out on taking the first survey and would liketo add your input, please click on the survey buttonto the left, on the menu bar. The survey takes lessthan five minutes and varies in length depending onyour answers. For more information on the surveyand data collected, please read our surveyinformation page.Please vote in our poll on this blog. Your input isgreatly appreciated.Aussie Home Inventories- Home InventoryService - Australia

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