Month: February 2018

Home Inspection Franchise Cost

Home Inspection Franchise Cost – There are Hidden Costs Choosing to open a home inspection franchise is a personal decision you should weigh. While there may be personal reasons as to why some may choose or not choose to open a home inspection franchise, there are some facts about the franchise costs and savings every inspector should consider. Knowing these facts will help you make the right decision for your business. Having all the information and facts will determine the true home inspection franchise cost, in the start up, and in the long term. Some home inspection franchises can...

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Home Inspection Software

Home Inspection Software Advantages and Disadvantages Home inspection software is an excellent tool for inspectors who want to provide professional detailed home inspection reports to a homeowner quickly, provide a report to a client via email, or who would like to keep everything digital instead of having to carry around a lot of paperwork. However, choosing the right home inspection software can be a little difficult, and the right one for one home inspector may not be the right software for another. Take a look at the pros and cons of some of the top types software on the...

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Home Inspector License or Certification

State Home Inspector License or Certification  Not all states require a home inspector license or certification in order to be in business. But if you are serious about a home inspection career, then having a certification is more likely to earn an inspector clients and a position at a company. If a potential inspector lives in a state that does not require certification, then joining a professional inspectors organization can show potential employers and clients that an inspector is serious about his or her profession. Becoming a Licensed Home Inspector Where States Require a License Currently, in the United...

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Home Inspection Pricing

Home inspections are an imperative part of many different transactions, as well as an informative way for homeowners to discover what might be wrong with a house. For example, a homeowner might have a home inspection conducted in order to determine what has to be fixed before listing a home for sale, or a home inspection may be performed to help a bank determine the amount the organization is willing to lend a homeowner for repairs or other necessities. There are three different methods home inspectors for pricing the cost of a home inspection – flat rate, price matrixes,...

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Home Inspection Courses

Home Inspection Courses and Requirements for Becoming a Certified Home Inspector Home inspectors conduct comprehensive assessments of previously owned or newly built homes, including townhomes, single family home, manufactured homes, condominiums, apartments, and commercial buildings in order to check for problems, such as problems with electricity, utilities, mold, rotten wood, insects, pests, and much more. A home inspector has to be physically fit to climb ladders and get into hard to reach areas, such as a crawl space. However, a home inspector must take home inspection courses in order to be certified for the position. Be sure to know...

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