On the low side at $2,000, the costs are very much in line with businesses like janitorial or house-cleaning services, where business owners constantly must restock cleaning supplies.
LaBell also uses time between and after appointments to look for weekend and other opportunities to be an instructor for AHIT and American Society of Home Inspectors. He teaches not only future home inspectors but also real estate agents taking continuing education courses.
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Many choose home inspecting as a second career, after working in the real estate industry or as a general contractor. The experience is no doubt helpful, but it isn’t the knowledge needed to become a successful home inspector.