Our self-paced, online home inspector class follows a step-by-step process to make it easy for you to obtain the vital knowledge to become a licensed home inspector and start your inspector business.

This convenient course addresses the entire home inspection process using instructor presentations, GoPro video footage of actual inspections, and other supportive materials with access to materials for 12 months and access to AHIT instructors for life.



Our live courses are taught by experienced, successful home inspectors and include hands-on experience in local homes. Training includes all major home systems and professional inspection processes and reports.

All live classes include our self-paced, online home inspector course and textbooks. For some states this is part of your required education and for others, we include it to give you the best study tools possible.

PLUS: Field Training for hands-on, real inspections of real homes!

Live Classes

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Texas Home Inspector License Requirements

Requirements to Become a Texas Home Inspector

Texas’s issues three levels of home inspector licenses:  Apprentice Inspector, Real Estate Inspector, and Professional Real Estate Inspector.  AHIT provides approved training for this seeking to become Professional Real Estate Inspectors.

  • Texas Professional Real Estate Inspector education requirements: 354 hours (330 hours of online plus 24 hours of classroom)
  • Inspections: 40 hours of field training
  • Exam Required: NHIE plus Texas specific exam
  • Application Fee: $120 plus $10 after passing the exam (other fees may apply)
  • Minimum age requirement: 18
  • Proof of Financial Responsibility: Provide proof of Liability Insurance with a minimum of $100,000 per occurrence and an aggregate annual total of a minimum of $100,000 using the TREC Certificate of Insurance form or provide proof of a Surety Bond using the TREC Proof of Financial Responsibility Form. Additional information is available on TREC’s website
  • Background check may be required
  • Fingerprinting is required
  • Citizen of the United States or a lawfully admitted alien

Home Inspection License Expiration: Every two years from date of issuance

Texas Home Inspector Continuing Education Requirements

  • Home Inspection License Expiration: Every two years from date of issuance
  • 16 hours annually
  • Inspectors will not receive CE credit for more than 16 hours in one topic in a renewal term
  • 32 total hours per renewal cycle
  • Must include a 4 hour Standards of Practice Review course and a 4 hour Inspector Legal & Ethics course
  • Texas Real Estate Commission requires that each final exam be proctored for qualifying and non-elective continuing education

Texas State Licensing Board

American Home Inspectors Training

  • Texas Qualifying Provider: #4567
  • Texas Inspector Continuing Education Provider: #10077


* Upcoming Change in Texas Education Requirements:

The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) will be enacting new education requirements for new home inspectors starting March 1, 2021. Additional information is available on TREC’s website.

CALL 877-204-0696

EMAIL [email protected]

to speak with a Texas enrollment advisor.

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Customer Testimonials

  • R. Smith

    Coming into class I inspected 5,000 to 7,000 houses as an insurance adjuster and real estate appraiser. The past week’s education and textbooks has doubled or tripled my knowledge. The marketing session will make it happen!

  • B. Kraft

    Thank you for the continued support. It is nice to know I can count on you all when I need my questions answered.

  • B. Hardy

    Thank you for an outstanding week of professional training. I can’t imagine anyone ever thinking of going into this business without attending your school.