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BUILD YOUR CAREER THE RIGHT WAY
EARN $100,000+ A YEAR*
AS AN INDEPENDENT HOME INSPECTOR
*American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Business Operations Survey
The average home inspector earns
$70,000 A YEAR*
20% of home inspectors earn
How to Become A Licensed Home Inspector
Step 1: Find your state’s home inspector license requirements.
Step 2: Finish the Mandatory Training. Pass the Exam (If needed) and receive your home inspector certification.
Step 3: Time to start your own company or work from an existing company!
We have students from all ages and backgrounds training in our course. Almost all end up starting up their own business upon graduating from our course. Working part-time as a home inspector is a great way to earn extra money.
Additional Home Inspection Courses
Our Home Inspection Training Course will teach you everything about home inspections AND marketing your new business. While we cannot speak on behalf of our competitors, not many can offer as much content as we do, at the price we do!
Your home inspection training course fee covers 15 bonus courses such as:
- Commercial Property Inspection
- Marketing for home Inspectors
- Mold Inspection
- Radon Inspection
- Mobile, Manufactures, tiny and Log Home Inspection
- Wood Destroying Organism
- Pool and Spa Inspection
- Septic Tank Inspection
- Smart Home Inspection
- Thermal Imaging
- Irrigation and Sprinkler System Inspection
- Asbestos Inspection
- Lead Paint Inspection
- Well Water Inspection
- Building a Multi-Inspector Business!
Every State has it's own licensing requirements.
The first step is done. You have decided to become a home inspector. Now to find our about your states licensing requirements. States such as New York and Texas will need you to participate in more than 100 hours of classroom training and passing the state exam to receive your home inspection license.
Meanwhile, states such as Illinois, Virginia and Connecticut are states that want their students to have “hands-on” field training in the supervision of a certified home inspector in order to get their license.
Lastly, a few states such as California, Michigan and Wyoming dont need inspectors to be licensed. While you will need our course to understand the business, a state exam or license will not be required to operate.
It doesn’t matter where in Canada or Unite States you live, we will prepare you for the home inspection industry.
Courses and Training that Fits You!
Training is everything. Since most of you are brand new to the industry, you want the best possible training you can get. There are tons of places offering home inspector training courses but few match the quality and detail of our training program. We are confident in our quality, cost, content and lastly and most importantly – customer service.
Here are some of the things to consider when looking for a home inspection training program:
- Are the people teaching you experienced?
- Is the training material you need easily accessible? 24/7?
- Is the course comprehensive? Does it include mold and radon inspection training?
- Is there a time limit to the how long students have?
- Is there Commercial Property Inspection included?
- Are the instructors available to provide support during and after the program is finished?
Our home inspection training program checks all the boxes from above. Additionally, we teach you the business of home inspection, not just how to perform your trade.
How hard is the State Home Inspector Exam?
It all comes down to your preparation. State and National home inspector examinations are usually based on ASHI standards of practice and code of ethics. If you live in a state where licensing is required, you will need adequate preparation. Regardless of your background, you will need to learn a lot of information as quickly as possible. How? Inspectors Squad Home Inspection Training Program. Our training modules are based on the same ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics preparing you for the state or national exam.
Our Courses are all online and available to you 24/7 from the comfort of your own home. You can access the course using a smartphone, PC, Tablet or other digital devices to access our material. Upon passing the exam, you will receive your certificate of completion which you can use on your marketing material. Until today, we have not had one single student not pass the state of national exam after taking our course.
People Skills Are Everything.
Learning to talk to people in this business is an art by itself. Sure, you can be the best and most talented home inspector in your area but if no one is willing to hire you…what the benefit? Worry not. This Course will allow you to sharpen your people skills and get going in the right direction.
Majority of your business will come from realtors and commercial landlords looking to either buy or sell a property. Maintaining positive relationships with these key figures will be crucial to your success as a home inspector. The Realtor wants his commission, the buyer wants to buy a new home and know what is wrong with it, the seller will always claim his house to be maintained and free of any major repairs. We need to manage everyone while doing our job and writing our a proper report.
Realtors will often use the same home inspector for all their inspections. They usually don’t like to shop around once they have found success with one particular home inspector. Once they know you are reliable, they will refer you more clients to help you expand your business.
The Career Path is wide open.
Once you receive your home inspector license and certification, the career paths are endless. However, you cannot be in 10 places at the same time. Hence, you have to make some serious decisions such as: :
- Start your own Home Inspection Business?
- Obtain employment at another home inspection agency.
- Part Time or Full Time?
- Want to Purchase a Home Inspection Franchise instead?
- Specialize in Commercial Property Inspections?
- Work with the city? and various municipalities?
Become a Home Inspector Today
Why Wait? The sooner you get started, the faster you can start out your new career as a home inspector. It all beings with enrolling in our home inspection training program whether it is full time or part time. Our Courses are the fastest, most convenient methods of receiving your home inspection certification.
Don’t Just take our word for it though. Check our what some of our recent graduates have to say about us!
THE TRUTH ABOUT HOME INSPECTION EDUCATION
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Being in the industry for while teaches you things. Over the past few years, we have built a course based on all these lessons and experiences. Our home inspection training instructors have put together the perfect guide to becoming a successful home inspector. All our materials follow the national guidelines in the USA as well as the national occupational standards in Canada.
Therefore, our home inspection training program gives you all the skills needed to succeed as a home inspector. From understanding home systems to marketing your business the proper way, our unique and complete program covers it all.
HOME INSPECTION COURSE & PRICING
INCLUDES ALL COURSES, WEBSITE TEMPLATE AND YOUR COMPANY LOGO!
The average price of home inspection
The Average home inspector earns
$70,000+ A YEAR*
It all depends on how much time you put in. Our Course is 120 hour’s long and has no time limit in place. Student’s are free to go through the material at their own pace. Your States Licensing Requirements will also have quite a bit of influence on the time it takes to get your Home Inspection License.
About 70-80% of our students finish the course in three to four weeks while some finish in less than 10 days. However, other students who work full time can take upto six months to finish their course due to current commitments. All our Material is online and available 24/7. Study as much or as little as you like. Work at your own pace.
Of Course! When starting out in this industry, everyone stats out working part time or the weekends to earn some extra money. That’s how it all starts.
Regardless of what your situation is, you can absolutely start out part time and slowly quit your current job once you feel comfortable with the money your home inspection business is earning you.
The Average Salary for a Home Inspector according to Zip Recruiter is between $12,500 – $100,000. The average part time income was $26,500 – $56,000. Depending on how much money you need, you can either schedule more inspections or schedule less. The more inspections you do, the more money you make. The less you do, the less you make. You can earn as much or as little as you like.
Depends on where you live. Various States have various requirements to become licensed as a home inspector. While some states like California and Michigan don’t need home inspection licenses, clients and realtors will want to hire someone with some proper training. This is where our course comes in.
Additionally, there are states where you will need classroom training and or on field training with a certified home inspector. Regardless of what state you live in, our course will prepare you for state and national level exams.
It depends on the state or province you reside in. Long Story short – budget about $1000. Our Course is $650 and other training material such as exam costs, registration fees and gas costs travelling will add upto around that mark.
Unlike other courses, we offer Radon and Mold Certification as part of our Training Program. These add on services will earn you tons of money in your home inspection career.
We want to give everyday people the same freedom and financial independence our home inspectors enjoy. Given the amount of material and website templates we include in your tuition, we can easily charge more and definitely deserve more money.
However, not everyone is able to afford courses in the thousands and hence we made it the most affordable course in the industry. We get more students and the students get an awesome home inspection education. That is trade-off we are very happy with.
Sure Can! Once you contact us, we can either show you a demo video we have or log you onto our platform to give you a tour of our course area.
100% Inspector Led (No Pun Intended). Our instructors are all home inspectors that have plenty of on field experience in this industry. We have seen it all, heard it all, done it all. The combined experience of nearly 50 years in this business will get you there. Our instructors are often just a phone call or email away for any questions you have during or after your home inspection training program.
Our Home Inspection Training Course is based on the ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. Hence, our course is around 120 hours of awesomeness (if that is word). Students are obviously invited to complete the course at their own pace.
100% Yes. The State and National exam questions are usually based on ASHI’s Standard of Practice and Code of Ethics. Since our course is built around these same practices, the course will more than prepare you for the exams of. Additionally, we have a large question bank of more than 800 questions for you to go through in order to fully prepare you for the exam as well as the industry.
Yes it is. We include mold inspection training as part of your tuition. While many competitors charge extra for this course, we simply include it as part of your tuition.
Yes it is. We include Radon inspection training as part of your tuition. While many competitors charge extra for this course, we simply include it as part of your tuition.
Yes. You will. The reason we send out a certificate of completion is for marketing purposes. Let your clients and realtors know that are you training and equipped to handle the inspection they hire you for. Our logos can also be used on all our business cards, marketing materials and other home inspection reports only adding credibility to your business.
Ready to Make $100,000/Year?*
Talk to one of our consultants and see if this is the right fit for you.
*Based on a study surveying the responses of 2,483 inspectors across North America (ASHI Business Operations Survey)