How much is your home, having a home, worth to you? Not just the things you have in your home, though those may be expensive, too. The physical things in your home fall roughly into two categories: items that you can put a monetary value to for replacement costs, like televisions, computers, furniture, other electronics, clothes, dishes, and more; and, items that you cannot easily put a monetary value cost to such as family heirlooms, irreplaceable pictures, mementos from meaningful trips, gifts from friends or loved ones, and other things along those lines. There is probably some crossover on various items, but those are the two general categories. But then there is also the value of having a home itself, which includes safety and security (more along the lines of the items that you cannot put a monetary value to, listed above), and then the actual cost of staying in a motel and eating out every meal should your home be taken away from you. One way that several families recently experienced that a home could be taken away from them was an apartment fire in Las Vegas. From a recent news article, the damage from these two separate Las Vegas apartment fires was estimated about $80,000. But we don’t know what that estimate covers. It may just cover the hard costs, and could be only the replacement value costs of the easy to measure items.
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