Business & Marketing Tips for Home Inspectors



  • Home Inspection Tip #121:  Inspection process of an oil-fired forced-air furnace.
  • Home Inspection Tip #120:  Learn how a home inspection report is your best printed marketing.
  • Home Inspection Tip #119:  Here are three URLs of home inspector insurance, home inspection documents, and customized online agreement system.
  • Home Inspection Tip #117:  Home inspectors may refer to building code during their home inspections, but a home inspector is not a code inspector.
  • Home Inspection Tip #116:  Learn how to increase gross revenue as a home inspector.
  • Home Inspection Tip #115:  Learn how to increase your fee, demand higher fees, by increasing your value proposition of your inspection service. If the perceived value is greater than the cost, then it's a good decision.
  • Home Inspection Tip #114:  Good inspection report software is cloud-based, which also allows the report to be printed after the home inspection is performed.
  • Home Inspection Tip #111:  There are several ways to inspect the roof, but which provides the competitive advantage.
  • Home Inspection Tip #110:   Learn how to run a successful home inspection business by taking InterNACHI's free, online Home Inspection Business Course, which includes a business plan development.
  • Home Inspection Tip #108:  Learn how to manage your time it takes you to perform a home inspection. Time management is essential in operating a successful home inspection business.
  • Home Inspection Tip #107:  Here's a quick demonstration of using Spectora.com inspection reporting software on an iPhone mobile device, including inspection images and inspection video.
  • Home Inspection Tip #106:  An old manual thermostat on a furnace is a defect and wastes home energy.
  • Home Inspection Tip #105:  Finding defects during this quick inspection of the exterior of a house.
  • Home Inspection Tip #104:  Here are various defects discovered during a home inspection, including electrical lines with inadequate clearance and missing handrail at a set of 4 steps.
  • Home Inspection Tip #103:  Quick tour of the exterior inspection process.
  • Home Inspection Tip #102:  Calculating a profitable fee depends upon dividing gross revenue by your time.  And to be efficient with your time, an inspector could use mobile report software. 
  • Home Inspection Tip #101:  Examples of home inspection videos of the roof inspection. 
  • Home Inspection Tip #100:  Example of a flashing defect at the roof during a home inspection. 
  • Home Inspection Tip #99:  House illustrations from InterNACHI's Gallery helps to make inspection reports look better. 
 

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