What makes a good home inspector?
Home inspection, while not physically difficult, requires the ability to look for defects that an average person might miss. The profession is more complex than it appears, requiring you to understand the interdependent systems in a home, evaluate different components and recognize potential problems. If you have an interest in the real estate field, have an eye for details, communicate well and enjoy the challenge of running a business, then home inspection may be right for you. The most successful home inspectors have good computer skills and work more efficiently than their competitors. PHII's interactive training will help prepare you to compete in today's home inspection market.
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- What makes a good home inspector?
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