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Home Inspector Earnings

Home Inspector Earnings How much a home inspector earns can depend on a few different factors, such as education, experience, location, employment status, and clientele. However, a modest estimate of how much a home inspector can earn is anywhere from $40,000 – $50,000 annually. On the upper end of that scale, some home inspectors can expect to earn between $70,000 to $150,000 per year. Depending on where you’re located, this can be a very comfortable income. Education Education is important in any industry, but it will be more important if you plan to become employed at someone else’s business....

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Pros-Cons of Home Inspection Career

Pros and Cons of Being a Home Inspector For every industry out there, pros and cons exist. The inspection industry is no different. If you’re looking for a career where you get to help people make some of the most important decisions of their lives, yet you still have the freedom to work as a sole proprietor, then you’ve found the right industry. A home inspection career offers many different benefits, so we’re going to take a look at those first. Then you’ll explore a few of the disadvantages to being a home inspector. Benefits of Being a Home...

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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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