Imagine yourself having a successful career as a Home Inspector in 6 Months or LESS…
The home inspection field is one that has been rapidly growing since its inception in the mid-1970s. Not only are Home Inspectors an important part of every home buying purchase, but the industry also relies upon inspectors that are knowledgeable in the field.
I would suggest “Home inspectors are a very important part of the home buying purchase.” Millions of dollars in residential property is sold daily. As long as there is a demand for housing, there will be a need for qualified Home Inspectors. Whether the real estate market is up or down, or the cost of housing increases or decreases, the fact is that millions of homes are bought and sold every year! Imagine…millions of homes are sold every year and most of those sales involve Home Inspectors! The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) estimates that 77% of all homes in the United States are inspected prior to purchase which means the growth potential for home inspectors is considerable.
Home inspections are desirable because they protect buyers, real estate agents, banks and mortgage companies by revealing problems in a property before the home sale is complete. Depending on the severity of the situation, the cost to repair these areas can be substantial. Home Inspectors can save a buyer thousands of dollars by determining the true condition of a home. That’s why Home Inspectors are valued so highly and can command wages of $200-$500 per inspection. The average home inspection typically lasts 2-5 hours. That’s $100 an hour!
Benefits to being a Home Inspector:
Earn $46,000 or more a year* Be your own boss Determine Your Own Pay Help Others Enjoy a Strong Demand for your services No Prior Experience Needed Work From Home Set Your Own Schedule Full-time or Part-time (Great Supplemental Income) Start Your Career Conveniently and Easily From the Comfort of Your Own Home or Office.
Texas Real Estate Inspectors are regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commission "TREC". You can visit the TREC website to learn more about the licensing requirements to become a TREC licensed inspector and find a list of Qualifying Education Providers.