District of Columbia State Home Inspector Regulations
Currently there are no formal licensing requirements for District of Columbia home inspectors. However, as the industry grows, more states are creating legislation that governs the home inspection profession by requiring pre-licensing education. Informally, many Realtors, Lenders, home buyers and other people that initiate home inspections want to make sure a home inspector has been properly trained. That’s where AHIT can help.
Over 77% of all homes sold in the United States are inspected and this market is underserviced. The industry needs you to become a trained and certified home inspector. You can further expand your offerings to include commercial inspections, expert testimony, radon, mold, energy audits….. The sky is the limit.
Only AHIT can properly prepare and support you. Our instructors are leaders in the home inspection industry and will support you fully from the moment you enroll in class and throughout your home inspection career.
Call AHIT today to see which course best fits your needs.
Note:As legislation is continuously changing, please check with an American Home Inspectors Training Institute representative for any pending legislation in your area.
Last updated: 5/22/13