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Home Inspector Risks and How to AVOID them

Aug 10, 2016
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As a professional Inspector, you have an integral role in the buying process, and because of this, it leaves you open to a certain amount of risk. Here are a few ways to help minimize those risks: 1-Use an Inspection Agreement or Contract. It’s important for your clientele to know and understand what you are there…

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Claims Scenarios – Long Showers, Fake Brick, and No Communication

Aug 4, 2016
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Claim 1: Shower Left on for 4 Days The home inspector was performing an inspection on a condo. During the inspection the inspector turned on the water in the master bath shower, but never turned it off. Since the condo was not occupied at the time, the shower ran for 4 days before it was…

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10 Home Inspection Nightmares

Jul 28, 2016
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Every seasoned home inspector has run into some… interesting… issues with homes. We’ve collected some of the most egregious in this graphic, enjoy!

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How Much Should a Home Inspection Cost?

Jul 14, 2016
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As a home inspector, it can be difficult coming up with how much you should charge for a home inspection. The key point to remember is that you are a business owner, not a laborer. While it’s appropriate to take into account your hours worked, there’s a lot more that goes into it than the…

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Be Prepared to Answer These 10 Questions For Your Clients

Jul 14, 2016
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Home buyers are becoming increasingly knowledgeable about the home buying process, including the need for a home inspection. In doing research online, they are also being urged to know specific details about the credibility of their home inspector. Earn their business and their referrals by addressing these issues early, ensuring that they feel confident that…

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Top Ladders Preferred by Home Inspectors [Survey]

Jul 14, 2016
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According to our survey, here’s the breakdown of which ladders inspectors most commonly use. Unsurprisingly, most inspectors stick to one specific type. Multi-Position: 60% Most inspectors prefer to use a multi-position ladder, also known as an articulating ladder, in fact 60% of inspectors said that they carry one of these handy ladders. They can be…

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