Hello all. Short time stalker, first time poster.
I’m currently looking at becoming a home inspector in North Carolina.
I have 30 years in Corporate Real Estate leading the construction of Class A skyscrapers, Tier 3&4 datacenters, as well as managing millions of square feet of facilities all over the globe.
I’m an electrical engineer by degree but fully appreciate there is a big difference between theory and application. I would say the same regarding the construction of brick and mortar facilities.
But to my point.
I’ve looked at franchising. Decided I did not want to go that route.
I’ve looked at training from AHIT, ICA, and InterNACHI. Everything leads me to believe that going the InterNACHI route is the right decision.
AHIT and ICA have coordinated field work (they both have regular monthly field training in North Carolina).
Looking for some input or suggestions on the best way, after completing the online work with InterNACHI, to get the field training and state licensing done. It appears NC has some additional requirements for paperwork that I’ve seen very rarely mentioned here but assume that someone out there can provide all the details.
Thanks in advance for the feedback and my apologies if I’ve just missed a post that lays it out.
I’m not opposed to doing the heavy lifting in getting all the pieces lined up but could use some assistance in being pointed in the right way.
BTW… I’m in the Asheville NC area.