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5 Hiring Tips for Your Home Inspection Business

Many of you are desperate for hiring tips for your home inspection business. After all, in a niche industry like home inspections and in a nation at 3.9 percent unemployment, it can be tough to find talent. But for many U.S. home inspectors, hiring is a must. Let your inspection business run understaffed and you…

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How to set home buyers’ expectations

We’ve discussed how to set expectations with inspection clients in the past. You know that appropriate expectations are essential for mitigating risk and ensuring client satisfaction. But do you have a good understanding of what you need to explain and how? In this article, we continue our series of interviews with recent home buyers. We…

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5 Things To Better Explain to Your Home Inspection Clients

We’ve talked about communication before: how it mitigates risk, creates great reports, and resolves pre-claims. To do so, we’ve interviewed exceptional home inspectors and experienced claims adjusters. Now we turn to your main home inspection clients: home buyers. We asked recent home buyers what aspects of home inspections are the most difficult to understand so…

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Why home buyers get home inspections — and why they don’t

As a home inspector, you understand the value of your job. But do your clients? We asked recent purchasers why home buyers get home inspections — and why they don’t — so that you can better set client expectations and market your services. Why they do In 2001, the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) and the American Society…

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Mitigating risk through communication

“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.” – Tony Robbins, American motivational speaker and writer in Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement As addressed in our last article, which discussed…

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How to work with more realtors

Wondering how to start working with more agents? We asked brokers for the qualifications they seek and inspectors for the strategies they employ. But before we get into tips for home inspection marketing to realtors, let’s establish why such marketing may be beneficial. Why work together Research suggests that home inspector-realtor relationships benefit inspectors. According…

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