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The Division of Financial Regulation encourages all Oregonians to use the resources below to protect your property before disaster strikes.
The Oregon Division of Financial Regulation encourages Oregonians to do three tasks to save time, money, and stress when disaster strikes:
Home Inventory Week is designated to protecting your family by protecting your assets. To recognize the week, the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation encourages Oregonians to do two simple tasks:
Watch this video to see how easy a home inventory is to build. Once your inventory is complete, start building your financial backpack, and contact your insurance company or agent to review your policies.
Follow these easy steps to get started:
Tip: Try to group similar items together when taking pictures.
Mobile apps can make creating your home inventory easier. Download mobile apps to start building your personal property list.
Gather important financial documents together:
Once all documents are collected, make copies or scan them to your computer. Store them on a flash drive, in the cloud, or in one folder. Store them off-site, or put them with your go-bag.
Tip: Use our
disaster preparedness checklist to organize your documents
Take time at least once a year to review your insurance coverage. Meet with your insurance agent and make sure you have the right coverage in place to meet your needs.
Call our consumer advocates at 888-877-4894 (toll-free), or email
Use these community resources to share your experience and encourage family, friends, and neighbors to get prepared as well.
Has building a home inventory saved you or someone you know during a disaster? Share your story with us on Twitter or Facebook.
@OregonDCBS in your Facebook and Instagram posts, and in your tweets include
Once you complete your home inventory, encourage others by sharing these ready-made social media graphics
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