Home inventory professionals are known for documenting the contents of a home or business. Often during a home inventory project, the service provider is asked about carpet, flooring, built-in bookcases, and attached fixtures. These items typically are not included in a personal property inventory because they are, by definition, part of the structure.
There are times when one needs to have documentation of a commercial or residential building and its fixtures. These reports detail the condition of the building interior and exterior, as well as additional buildings on the property, along with other structures such as walls, fences, etc. This is called a Structure Inventory.
This course includes guidance on how to develop and market structure inventory services.
Module 1 – Introduction to Structure Inventory Services
- What is a Structure Inventory?
- Purposes of a Structure Inventory
- Structure Inventory Report
Module 2 – Preparing for and Conducting the Inventory
- Preparations Prior to the Visit
- Inventory Equipment – Materials and Tools
- The Inventory Process
- Storage and Updates
Module 3 – Marketing Your Structure Inventory Services
- Marketing Your Services
- Business Affiliations
- Pricing Strategies