Home Inspectors Help With Pre-Listing, Too

- . Knowledge also helps the seller feel more involved in the process instead of merely subject to it. Just as understanding a little about how a vehicle operates helps you communicate better with a mechanic, a thorough inspection helps the seller stay involved with possible repairs and all other aspects of listing and selling his home ..More

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Home Inspection Certification Benefits in California

- . Errors and Omissions insurance, also called E&O, is the bare minimum to protect you against some home owner claims in case of an accidental error or omission in your inspection and reporting. But obtaining insurance without proof of education or long-term experience might be tricky. Anyone working as a home inspector needs insurance ..More

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6 Important Tools that Make an Online Home Inspection Course Better

- . That’s important in a paced program where you don’t interact with other students, and you can become certified as long as you pass the course. You’ll also become a better inspector in the long run. With goals, you’ll stay challenged, perform better, and have a better experience than if you only do the bare minimum. Goals keep you moving forward and give you something to aim for ..More

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How to Leverage Social Media for Your Home Inspection Business

- . It’s where you build micro-communities of satisfied clients. There may be no better place to build goodwill for your business – for free – than Twitter and Facebook! (Just do yourself a favor and never become a spammer, self-promoter or troll…no one likes those guys!). And it’s where you show off your expertise. Social media is a place to actively listen to customers and potential customers ..More

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What do the Standards of Practice Cover?

- . But even with defects, there are limitations on what an inspector can report. But the inspector is only responsible for reporting the condition, not for recommending the scope of repair work necessary to correct it. For example, wood that contacts the soil is a defect. The purpose of a home inspection is to discover material defects with the roof, exterior, basement, HVAC system, plumbing, foundation, and other components of a house ..More

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