ATI Home Inspector Training: how-to's and the latest industry insights
Here's everything you can expect to do as a home inspector.
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Learning to get clients and make more money are the building blocks you won’t get from a three-hour test-prep. New entrepreneurs have a tendency to put the cart before the horse, getting business cards, a logo, and a few decal stickers to show the world “See, I’m legit!” Reality check: the only things standing between you and legitimacy are CLIENTS and INCOME. Your goal is to work on your terms – supporting yourself and family, when and where you want, all at a fair price.
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- Why become a home inspector? – See the top 3 reasons people become home inspectors, and learn how to get started today.
- Are home inspectors in demand? - The top 5 things you should know before becoming a home inspector.
- Can I be a home inspector with a felony? – Find out if your criminal record allows for home inspection certification.
- Can I be a home inspector part time? – Everything you need to know to work less, and make more.
- What is covered in a home inspection? – Here's everything you'll need to cover as part of a regular home inspection.
- How long does it take to do a home inspection? – A home inspection usually only takes a couple hours, but varies based on all sorts of different conditions.
- Do you need a license to become a home inspector? – You may or may not need to be licensed depending on the state you're working in.
- What does a home inspector do? – Everything you can expect to do as a home inspector.
- How much does a home inspection cost? - Figure out how much to charge for home inspections after you become ATI certified.