Do you have any experience with this business?
Do you have your license?
Getting the license is the easy part. Find the business is the hard part. Don't expect your phone to ring right away. It takes a lot of time to get your name out there. Also do some research and see how many home inspectors are in the area that you plan on servicing. Some areas are saturated with home inspectors, and the seasoned inspectors have relationships with realtors, and get their referrals from past clients. Pricing is important to consider as well. Many inspectors give away there service for almost nothing which devalues the inspection business. Just some thoughts for you.
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