Can I really find a job on this web site . Do you all get paid for Inspecting forclosed homes? If so how do I do this . I really need a job . And do I have to pay to do this ? I hope not . Thanks to anyone that helps me out with by getting back to me on this .Thanks again so much.
No, you can’t find a job on this website. If you’re looking to become a home inspector, this is a good place to start, but you haven’t even scratched the surface.
Like any business or profession, there are start-up costs involved. You should expect to spend several-thousands of dollars initially, before you perform your first inspection.
We tend to make it look easy. We walk around the house with our clip boards and our flashlights.
However, I recommend you watch this free show http://www.nachi.tv/episode53 to get a little sense of what all we have to know, just in one area of the process.
In what area do you live? Perhaps, one of our members would allow you to tag-along, which would give you an idea of what we do and how we do it. Good luck
Try these guys for more info. They’ve got an office in Oceanside, not to far from Hemet…
You can also try contacting your local Ameri-spec office, they’re occasionally looking to train new inspectors with little or no experience.
I think someone is messing with you guys
What’s up with the erratic spaces around the punctuation? It’s giving me high blood pressure.
I am new to this and I could really use some assistance. I have been in the construction industry for over 20 years and now I have made a transition over to home inspections. My dilemma is, I’m trying to find a good reasonable E & O insurance policy. that has descent coverage and won’t take you to the CLEANERS on expense, if you know what I mean.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Welcome to iNACHI. We try to keep these threads related and not go OFF TOPIC.
You can obtain your E & O answer HERE.
Thank you David for your assistance
Most greatly appreciated
Off topic? Thread is “have questions”,… Gary had a question! :mrgreen:
Try Bob Pearson at Marion Allen Insurance in Georgia (800) 474-4472. He’s a friend of mine, an ex-inspector, and has E & O on a per-inspection basis, which I think works for people who are just starting out or who are doing limited amounts of inspections. Having said that, and although I believe that having insurance is a moral and ethical responsibility, the best way to probably avoid being sued is not to have insurance. Oops, did I say that?
lmoa? Leaving My Orting Address? :mrgreen:
OLO oops I mean LOL
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