A piece of paper that says you’re certified to be a home inspector doesn’t mean a thing if you’re not actually qualified to do the work. ATI Training isn’t quick or easy, but it’s the best way to actually learn the skills you need to be successful as a home inspector in Washington DC.
How to become a home inspector in Washington DC
A lot of people dream about running their own business and being their own boss. It’s not as impossible a feat as you might think. Not with ATI Training. Here are your first steps:
Understand the Work and Evaluate your Skills
You’ll need to know something about home construction and the systems in a home (plumbing, heating, etc.) You also need some basic people skills, since you’ll be interacting with home buyers and sellers. Our training will get you up to speed quickly. Are you up for the challenge?
Learn your State’s Licensing requirements
Washington DC is one of the few states with no licensing requirements. This doesn’t mean anyone can just hang out a shingle as a home inspector. You have to actually know what you’re doing. That’s where ATI Training comes in.
Washington DC doesn’t require home inspectors to have any particular training, but anyone looking to make a career of this has to actually know what they’re doing. ATI offers the in-depth training you need to not only be competent home inspector, but an exceptional one.
Washington DC home inspector licensing requirements
Colorado doesn’t require home inspectors to have a license, or even a certificate of having completed a training program. If you’re just starting out, though, a certificate of completion from ATI goes a long way toward reassuring prospective clients that you know what you’re doing.
How much does a home inspector make in Washington DC?
On average, home inspectors in Washington DC earn $78,900 per year, which comes out to about $37.93 per hour. How much you earn depends on how much you work, which is ultimately tied to how good you are.
How long does it take to become a home inspector in Washington DC?
With no licensing requirements and no state exam to pass, you can become a home inspector virtually immediately. However, if you don’t have extensive experience in the building industry it’s unlikely anyone will hire you. With training from ATI, you’ll have the credentials to show prospective clients you know what you’re doing.
How to start a home inspection business in Washington DC
To get your own business up and running, you need training first and foremost. Beyond that, you need the tools to market yourself. ATI provides you with the resources you need to get started—and to keep going. From marketing materials to ongoing support, ATI is here to help you thrive.
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