Best-in-Class North Carolina Home Inspection Training
North Carolina Home Inspection Training
Searching for home inspector training to get your home inspector license in North Carolina? American Home Inspectors Training (AHIT) is an approved North Carolina home inspection school. AHIT offers hands-on interactive training for home inspection taught by expert home inspector trainers.
Our blended North Carolina home inspection class combines our step-by-step education process and real-life field training to make it easy for you to understand all the vital knowledge you need to know to about how to become a home inspector in North Carolina and to get your inspector business started. North Carolina does not currently accept online home inspection courses for home inspector certification.
North Carolina Live Home Inspection Certification Course Includes:
North Carolina Home Inspection Course – The best, hands-on, comprehensive home inspector training from the company with the most experience.
- Classroom Training: 10 days of in-person training covering all major home systems and professional inspection process and reports taught by successful home inspectors
- Field Training: Hands-on, real inspections of real homes
- Online Study Modules: Convenient online home inspector course that addresses the entire home inspection process using instructor presentations, GoPro video footage of actual inspections and other supportive materials with access to materials for up to 12 months.
Everything you need to succeed as a home inspector is included when you select AHIT as your education partner.
North Carolina Home Inspector Licensing Requirements
Requirements to Become North Carolina Home Inspector
- North Carolina home inspection education hours: 120 hours
- Inspections: 80 hours field with 10 site visits
- Exam Required: NC Exam
- Application Fee: $35 (other fees may apply)
- Insurance Requirements: General Liability for a minimum of $250,000 plus one of the following: a) minimum net assets (somewhere between $5k and $10k); b) a bond (somewhere between $5k and $10k); or c) E&O Insurance for $250,000
- Notarized application and fingerprints are not required
- Background check is required
- No minimum age requirement
- High School Diploma or GED is required
Home Inspection License Expiration: Annually on 9/30
North Carolina State Licensing Board
- North Carolina Department of Insurance Home Inspector Licensure Board establishes the North Carolina Home Inspector Licensing Requirements