Brookfield, WI, June 1, 2022 —With approximately 1 home inspector for every 300 real estate agents, home inspection is a thriving career choice. Join Joe Mazza, an American Home Inspector Training (AHIT) 2015 graduate, as the guest host of AHIT’s upcoming “How to Become a Home Inspector” webinar.
Learn the formula for success from the celebrity home inspector who claims his foundation started from the right career education, and includes his mantra, “I treat every home like I’m moving my family into it.” Get familiar with the lingo and how to get licensed, establish salary expectations, and plan for startup processes. Gain insight on how many inspections to complete in a week, safety tips, the cost of the average home inspection and how payment is made upon completion, as well as state licensing requirements. Home inspectors-to-be can complete training in as little as 3 weeks in some states.
This webinar and live Q&A will provide everything to understand how to become a home inspector, so register now.
Get insider intel and questions answered from Joe Mazza, as well as our expert home inspection instructor, Chris Chirafis. Their combined decades of experience will provide answers to these common questions and much more:
- What are licensing requirements in my state?
- What home inspection training do I need?
- What’s it like to be a home inspector?
- What can I expect from a home inspector salary?
- What backgrounds make good home inspectors?
- How does AHIT training work?
Register for the webinar here:
AHIT is the leader in professional home inspection training courses and textbooks in the United States. For more than three decades, AHIT has set the standard in home inspector training with both live and online courses and comprehensive field inspection training, delivered by expert home inspector instructors from around the country. With the shared belief that the right education can truly make a difference, AHIT recently joined The CE Shop in providing professional education for online mortgage, real estate, and now home inspection courses throughout the United States. AHIT, is accredited by ASHI
and InterNACHI, and certified by the Better Business Bureau. For more information, visit TheCEShop.com and www.AHIT.com to learn more.