Shooting for insurance purposes

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      Avatarjumpymonkey9
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      I have an aunt who works for an insurance company, and she mentioned that they have people who film property and belongings for clients. Has anyone here done something like that before? Is there a decent market for something like that? I’ve thought about getting into that as a side job, but I’m not sure if it’s worth it. If anyone has done this before, could you tell me about what the job is like?

      The main reason this came up is that I have another aunt who needs her office filmed for insurance purposes. I just need to know what to do really. Thanks,

      Lee

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