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Fidelity National Field Services, Inc., manages a nationwide network of home inspectors which provide valuable information to our clients in the mortgage servicing industry. We specialize in providing high-quality and detailed information on the occupancy status and general condition of residential properties.
Fidelity is seeking individuals interested in joining our network of independent contractors to provide these inspection services including property inspections with photos, rush inspections, loss draft inspections and occupancy inspections. No certification is required however all our inspectors must carry current General Liability and E&O insurance. Compensation varies by area and is agreed upon at the time you contact us.
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Don’t waste your time guys, I contacted them & they wanted me to drive 70 mile round trip for $8.50 & for only one inspection at a time. That’s not a misprint, eight dollars & fifty cents. WoW what a deal ???¿ At least in my area anyway. I’ve roamed the net in search of some kind of filler work in my area & have had no luck, other than these outfits. If you hear of any reasonable ones in the West. let me know. I even took the plunge when one contacted me off my website, they paid a whopping $12.00 each & I did as many as a dozen insps a week for several weeks, final talley-me $400 in wages-Local gas station-$500+ dollars. Hmmmm!
I think you need to assess what it is they are looking for. These do not sound like traditional home inspections and should take little time. Some companies like this provide you with several inspections to bunch together to offest travel costs. Some also provide milage considerations. I think you may find the fees negotaible to a certain extent.
In the end, it is filler work that may keep you busy enough through lean times if it can be organized correctly.
I have done some for Trinity also & been very pleased with them. I wish there were more of them in my area. I used to do a lot (8 years) for DataComp out of Grand Rapids, MI, until one of those outfits underbid them on their insurance inspections & the wheels fell off of that little “cash cow”
Yeah, I forgot DDN, I’ve done log home draws for them, wish there were more in my area. Wy. is so sparsely populated with less than 1/2 million people in the 97k sq mile state even home inspections are hard to come by consistently.
whats the contact address/number for Trinity? I’m druming up work, have done some for Lease Inspections, contacted Fidelity (they don’t need any inspectors for my area) and in the process of contacting anyother places people reccemend