NAIC Home Inventory 4+

National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

Designed for iPad

    • 2.2 • 6 Ratings
    • Free



The NAIC Home Inventory App makes it easy to create a record of all your belongings, including the ability to scan barcodes and upload photos of your items. An accurate home inventory gives your insurance carrier the information they need to help settle your claims. The app also provides tips around disaster mitigation and filing your insurance claim.

• Group your belongings by room and category
• Quickly capture pictures of your belongings
• Scan barcodes for accurate information about your items
• Export your inventory at any time

The app provides disaster preparedness tips for homeowners and renters, answering common questions to ensure you’re informed and prepared.

If you need to file an insurance claim, the app provides details about steps to take and useful resources to help you through the claims process.

Supporting Regulators & Insurance Standards in America since 1871, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is the U.S. standard-setting and regulatory support organization created and governed by the chief insurance regulators.
We assist state insurance regulators, individually and collectively, in serving the public interest. We are driven by our members and their mission to protect consumers and ensure fair, competitive, and healthy insurance markets.

Consumer Protection

By providing unique, dedicated, and unparalleled resources and tools, we support an agile and effective state-based system of consumer protection. Visit for access to tools and resources to help you understand different types of insurance, claims processes, and practical tips that can support you at every stage of your life.

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

Improvements to PDF download quality

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

DucksoupSD ,

Still garbage after two more years! Skip it…

The photo storage operation is still horrible. When using the camera, the Save button does nothing; if you want to save the photo, you have to touch the Use Photo button.

The app reduces the iPad photos by a factor of 6.8 to 480 x 360, then, because they didn’t reduce them small enough, only one item can be displayed on a PDF page without splitting over two pages. Had NAIC chosen a slightly smaller photo size, it could’ve easily displayed two items per page.

The small photos are so pixelated, the information on the product labels is unreadable.

Because this was put out by the NAIC, you might think they would incorporate information that would make the outputs easily interface with insurance company documents. You’d be wrong - it’s just a poorly designed and executed database. You’d do better designing (or finding) a Word template that holds two items per page, building a document of your inventory with that, and exporting to PDF.

Don'tReviewMuch ,

Doesn’t keep all photos and export to PDF needs work.

I am inventorying, taking 2 to 3 pictures of each item. After filling in the form and having my pictures showing at the top, I hit save and move on to adding another item.

If I review my inventory after having added 29 items, I am finding that some of the items’ pictures are missing, that is, no pictures are attached the inventoried item. The item and all the details I put in are there, but the photos are not. — SO FRUSTRATING!

Also, when exporting the inventory to a PDF, the first photo in the item shows up very large and runs off the page, sometimes on to it’s own page and sometimes overlapping the next inventory item; while the second or third photo export smaller. AND, if two items do not fit on to one page, the second item is split between two pages, whether the item text lines are split, or the item text boxes are separated from the photos. The only way to correct this, is to export from PDF to Word, but then not all the photos export and you basically have to create a mini-table for each item, one row for the item text and the next row for the photos that have to be copied and pasted one-by-one. Then, the inventory can be saved back to a PDF.

I like the APP, it is making inventorying collectibles easier, but only if these things were fixed, it would be a 5-Star for me.

TheMomma721 ,

Wont open

Downloaded but wont change screen, no menu for navigation avail. Pls make better use of your resources and either fix this app or remove it as a resource from the website .

App Privacy

The developer, National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

More By This Developer

You Might Also Like

Nest Egg - Inventory Lite
Nest Egg - Inventory
My Stuff Personal Organizer
Scan Your Boxes
Photo Inventory with Pictory