Avon, IN (PressExposure) April 23, 2011 -- When starting any business, a turnkey business package can cut years off the learning curve. That is the main reason Bonnie Merceruio and Laura Munson, owners of Classic Inventory, chose to become a member of the Hartman Inventory Group.
Bonnie and I feel we have gained years of experience over a short period of time. The Hartmans knowledge and hands-on training have helped us learn the industry very quickly, explained Laura. We both have the desire to help others, and this much needed service is the perfect opportunity for us to do that.
A personal property inventory is beneficial for many reasons. Two of the most common are disaster preparedness and estate planning/settlement. My husband and I were burglarized and because we had no record or pictures of our contents, we were not able to recover from our loss. We have always wanted to inventory our home, but kept putting it off because it took so much time, explained Bonnie. After she and Laura, who was also a victim of a burglary, compared stories, they decided to create a partnership and provide personal property inventory services. I know people who have started this process, and years later, it is still not finished. Its a service that everyone can use, and there is a huge need for it.
In addition to disaster recovery, Laura said that she has seen many situations where loved ones experienced an emotionally difficult time when trying to settle estates. We are offering a service that will make it less stressful for executors and family members when dealing with the loss of a loved one.
These friends-turned-business-partners have completed their hands-on training provided by Hartman Inventory Systems. This business model provides the opportunity to be an independent business while receiving the continued support from a mentor.
Munson and Merceruio look forward to providing personal property inventory services for business owners, home owners and renters in Berkley County, West Virginia; Fredrick and Loudoun Counties, Virginia; and Washington County, Maryland. For more information, visit [http://www.ClassicInventory.Biz].