HomeStuff is a personal asset management software product that will assist you with
keeping track of your personal assets
such as the contents of your home, rental or condominium, contents of your recreational vehicle,
music collections of any kind, coin collections, stamp collections, even home improvements!
HomeStuff will work with you to keep records of how much you paid for each item, assess
how much it would cost to replace your valuables, keep digital photos and scans of your receipts,
keep track of where your items are, keep records and notes about warranties, and much more...
HomeStuff is all about Personal Asset Management and NOTHING ELSE!
- Windows XP / Vista
- 512M RAM
|License:||Free to try, $30.00 to buy|
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There are several scenarios where HomeStuff can be a valuable tool for you and your family:
Why should you consider HomeStuff?
- Theft - If you are insured against theft, HomeStuff can provide you with a list of items classified as item categories like jewelry, electronics, coins or any other category you think you should manage. This application will provide you with a listing by category with pictures and receipts you can present to your insurance company.
- Fire - If you encounter fire damage in one room or other parts of your property, the application gives you the ability of reporting on a sub-location such as "Master Bedroom", Garage or "Living Room". You can call any sub-location by whatever name is appropriate
- Lost Luggage - You may keep track of the valuables you carry of any number of suitcases. All you need to do is recall these valuables and relocate them in a new sublocation such as "John's big case"...
- Second home - Want to keep track of two homes and or the contents of your car or recreational vehicle? HomeStuff will let you keep it all separate with the ability of assessing the value of any location or your complete value of all your assets.
- Warranties - You bought that plasma TV last year and you wonder if you can still have the shop repair it under your warranty. Instead of digging out the receipts and certificates from a lost shoe box or filing cabinet, why not just look it up in HomeStuff, print your copy of the receipt and call your repair shop with the information you have?
- There are many personal banking software packages out there
that may appear to have the ability to track your personal assets. You spend an enormous amount
of time entering your personal assets into these packages only to realize that they don't do enough
to be a practical solution. After all, these packages are financial applications not Personal
Asset Managers like HomeStuff.