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Module 1 Quiz - Introduction to Structure Inventory Services
You'll need to correctly answer at least 8 of the 10 questions below (at least 80%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: When providing a structure inventory, you will only document the damages or flaws in the interior of the building.
Question #2: A Structure Inventory Report completed by a Certified Inventory Specialist is not the same as a Building Condition Assessment completed by a Property Inspector.
Question #3: A home inventory professional determines what is defective and makes recommendations of how and when to make the repairs.
Question #4: You can better serve your structure inventory client if you educate yourself on the basics of insurance and the structure recovery process.
Question #5: A tenant benefits from purchasing a structure inventory service so they can have proof of flaws that existed prior to when they moved in.
Question #6: A landlord insurance policy covers all the contents in the building, whether owned by the building owner or the tenant.
Question #7: Since this service is to complete an inventory of the structure, you will never document the contents.
Question #8: When describing the defects in a structure inventory report, be factual so both parties are aware of the existing defects. This will help ensure that there are no or fewer conflicts upon moving out.
Question #9: A landlord should have a structure inventory prepared prior to a tenant’s move-in so they have proof of any damage when the tenant moves out.
Question #10: Commercial buildings are the only facilities that need structure inventory reports.