Successful home inspectors complete residential inspections primarily for buyers and property investors.
This is a physically demanding, people-oriented business. If you enjoy being on the move, meeting new people, and helping them make life-long decisions, we are the company for you!
A successful home inspector will interact with buyers, sellers, agents and must have an outgoing and professional disposition.
Successful home inspectors must be available to perform inspections Monday through Saturday. All new inspectors are required to complete classroom and onsite training
Certification from NACHI is a requirement but may be obtained during training.
Home inspectors earn healthy compensation based on their level of training and experience. Inspectors with additional certifications (infrared, mold, etc.) may earn extra income.
This is an independent contractor position, not a W2 employee position, and 1099 IRS forms are issued at the end of the year.
To be considered for the home inspector position, you must take a qualifying exam (InterNACHI). We may also consider recent graduates of qualifying inspection training schools or individuals who are detail-oriented with good people skills. Interested candidates must have a reliable vehicle, insurance, and a good driving record. A background check may be completed as part of the hiring process.