Become a Certified Condo Inspector

  1. Join InterNACHI® as a member. 
  2. Complete InterNACHI's Home Inspector Certification Requirements.
  3. Abide by the Continuing Education Policy for InterNACHI® Certified Inspectors

A condominium (or "condo") is a privately-owned single-dwelling unit within a community of other units. The homeowner usually owns the interior of their condo and the structural components of the exterior walls. The homeowner jointly owns shared common areas within the community, such as roofs, garages, elevators, and outside hallways. A homeowners association typically manages the common areas.  

Certified inspectors may download and use the logo by visiting www.nachi.org/logos. 


Other Certifications

Members have unlimited access to all of InterNACHI's free, online courses. Learn at your own pace, and when you're ready, you can attain over 60 additional types of inspector certifications (at no additional cost), including Certified Deck Inspector.  


Branding and Marketing

After becoming certified, work on branding and marketing your business.
 
 

Everything You Need, All in One Place

Everything you need is right here in a 15-Step Checklist for Home Inspector Success. 
 
 

Run a Successful Business

Take InterNACHI's free, online "Home Inspection Business Course."
 
 

Members-Only Account

Every member gets a free, online members-only account.
 
 

Membership Benefits

InterNACHI provides members over $75,000 worth of membership benefits.
 
 

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