New Member amorris7

My Name is Al. I retired early (55) from a 25 yr career in Long Term care, building management. Pursuing a new career in P.A, Any advice or info is welcome. Thanks.


Hi Al. Welcome and good luck!

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Hi Al…
Start at the beginning of the Forum and read every post, continuing through the Search feature and Archives, and when you get to the end… start over!!
Good luck!


Welcome Al have fun and good luck, :grinning:

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Welcome and good luck.

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I also retired early (55) from a full time job of 30+ years, but, I prepared 5 years before retirement by taking evening home inspection courses from college and as Jeffrey J mentioned above, reading posts and more posts and then inspecting part time all while still working at my full time job. I am still reading posts…


Welcome to our forum,Al!..Enjoy! :smile:

Here is a practice test that may help show your weaknesses to focus on:

Ultimate Home Inspection Practice Test :

Hi, Al.

We have everything you need to be a successful home inspector in PA. I grew up there, and ran a home inspection business there for 12 years.

You’ve gotten some “good lucks” here. But Jefferson said that the harder he worked, the more luck he had. So, I recommend:

If you have any questions or need more help, feel free to email me at

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Helpful hints for New Inspectors.pdf (230.1 KB)
Take a few and check this out…good luck!

Welcome and good luck!!

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Hi Al. Big hello and welcome to the InterNACHI MB. :grinning:

:thinking:Seeing you have a 25 yr career in Long Term Care, building management, some of that carrier might fit in well with your upcoming studies. :grinning:

Ben Gromicko chimed in. Ben is the brother of Nick Gromicko, our association founder and gracious benefactor. Follow Ben’s lead on education, ‘Ben Gromicko The Best!,’ and you will not go wrong.

There are many fine astute home inspectors at the ready to help. Reach out anytime.

Best regards.
Robert Young