How to Become a Home Inspector in Ohio
Understand the work and evaluate your skills
Be honest and self-evaluate. What are you good at and what needs the most improvements? If you're starting from scratch you'll need some more grooming to become a home inspector.
Learn Ohio's licensing requirements
Gotta know the target before you take the shot.
Leap into a new career with the BEST home inspector training program in the country.
Procuring a license and getting certified is the bare minimum. Be more.
The process of becoming a qualified home inspector is simple. ATI’s courses provide real-world experiences to fully prepare and qualify you for your home inspection career. In Ohio, home inspectors are currently not licensed.
Our courses will fully prepare and qualify you to conduct home inspections and pass the National Home Inspector Examination. No matter what city you will be conducting home inspections in; Akron, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus or Toledo our home inspection classes will fully prepare you for what you will encounter while performing home inspections in Ohio.
How Much Does a Home Inspector Make in Ohio?
The average annual salary for a home inspector in the state of Ohio is $53,000 per year or $25.48 per hour. Of course, if average is your goal, you won’t be self employed for long. You stand to make much more when you become the BEST.
How Long Does it Take to Become a Home Inspector in Ohio?
It may take a few weeks or a few months. It’s up to you. Getting certified or licensed may only take days, but that’s not BECOMING a home inspector. Take ATI Training online courses at your own pace. The best way to become a home inspector the fastest in the state of Ohio is to start NOW.
How to Start a Home Inspection Business in Ohio
To become a qualified home inspector who actually gets work you'll need to learn how to run your own show. ATI Training offers marketing materials including tool kits, software, apparel brochures, business cards and all sorts of different resources to get you off the ground and running in Ohio.
Home Inspector Exam Prep in Ohio
It’s not enough to take a free online home inspecting practice test. Preparing for the NHIE requires unique training and guidance. ATI Training gives you the tools & resources you need to build the most successful home inspecting business in Ohio. With our continued education opportunities, provided marketing materials & more, we stay with you every step of the way.
How to Get Home Inspector Insurance in Ohio
With ATI, you'll have the best coverage is the best in Ohio. It's everything you need to get employed, rake in the cash and stay that way. Do the smart thing: E&O insurance, general liability insurance; even health and dental. Get ATI home inspector insurance, and save yourself the regret later.
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Becoming a trusted, profitable home inspector is more than just getting certified, fulfilling the "requirements" and filling in a few checkboxes. Your education is your greatest tool.
The Benefits of Becoming a Home Inspector in Ohio
Enough getting held hostage working hours you don't want to work - breaking your back in a trade working for the man. Life as a pack mule takes its toll.
Save your back and knees. Turn your career around and start working for yourself. Becoming a professional home inspector is more than getting a license and certification. Building a career in home inspection follows no template. ATI offers you the tools to become the very best in your field:
A field training and entrepreneurship boot camp with the ATI Home Inspector Training school is a life changer. Become the boss you've always wanted to be.
How Much Does it Cost to Become a Home Inspector in Ohio?
The cost isn't as steep as you expect. For just a small deposit, you'll get the tools and equipment you need to start performing inspections in the field and build your skills. Most new business ventures need an initial investment of $50,000 or more. Not the case for prospective home inspectors with the All American Training Institute.
Online home inspector training courses help you learn as fast as you'd like.
When preparing to earn Ohio home inspector certification or expanding knowledge of specialized areas of home inspection like framing systems and foundations, ATI Training online courses provide you with the information and practice you need to be successful.
TAKE ONLINE HOME INSPECTION COURSES
Select a single course or bundle to meet legal requirements for license maintenance and continued education to advance beyond your competition. Gain access to the knowledge and marketing materials you need to grow your Ohio home inspection business.
Home Inspector Continuing Education in Ohio
After you get certified, you’re just getting started. Anyone can become a home inspector; it takes a WINNER to excel. Any home inspector worth their salt knows it: To be the best, you need the best education. ATI offers continuing education classes for OH home inspectors to keep you on top of your game, up-to-date on industry trends and one step ahead of the competition.
A Job in Home Inspection is Perfect for Public Servants
ATI Training offers serving and ex-police officers a special opportunity to earn an income post-retirement or as a part-time supplement to your current employment. It's a great private sector choice after a lifetime of serving the public.
Becoming a home inspector is a tremendous way to make money after retiring from public service as an EMT or firefighter. With entry level requirements and tremendous flexibility in scheduling, it's a great opportunity.
Become your own boss in the private sector after selflessly serving your country. We offer the BEST home inspector training for our country's heroes looking for a new career in Ohio after returning to the workforce.
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Our rigorous training program gives you the tools to excel in your new career, run your own business and make a bunch of money. Just see what some of our students have to say.
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