5 scheduling mistakes to avoid [Infographic]

By Stephanie Jaynes

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As a home inspector, your job starts long before you get to the inspection property. In fact, you can employ some of the best risk management techniques before your inspections. And yet, many home inspectors miss the opportunity to limit their liability prior to the inspection. Here are 5 scheduling mistakes to avoid so you can better protect your business.

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We know that inspectors are busy, but taking the above steps is worth avoiding scheduling mistakes. Using proper scheduling techniques is crucial in managing your risk. Preemptively fight claims by taking these precautions.

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LBI Home & Building Inspection

Rinehart Real Estate Inspection Service

A Better Home Inspection Service LLC

AmeriSpec of Louisville

 

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