Maybe that leaves me with the impression that a formal education, as a home inspector, was never part of your business plan. Which could be totally wrong. And for some inspectors I know this is the reality.
But trust me from experience, lowballing does not pay. It allows you to become way too familiar with the run down, first time buyer homes that border on needing a tear down. And for the seasoned home owners, they just look at your price and go this guys to cheap…what is wrong with him?
You have heard of Earl Scheibs right…and sure they do the $299 paint jobs on cars, but I would not be taking anything of value to them.