Home Inspector Jobs in Scottsdale, Arizona
1st Insight Inspections is looking for an intelligent, hard working, and personable individual to work as a home inspector's assistant while being trained to be a Arizona certified home inspector. This position is for the Phoenix, AZ Metro area. The training period will last about six months. This individual will also need to take and pass the National Home Inspectors Exam (approximate cost $225.0...
25 year old company is seeking a special person to perform home inspections in the Phoenix, AZ metro area. Must have good people and communication skills which includes computer generated reports. Required to have a suitable vehicle to transport tools and related equipment to the job site. Company provides a mileage allowance. Basic construction knowledge is required. We field train but applicant...
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Is a home inspector the same as a building inspector?
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Wow... Home inspectors are...?
So We are selling our home for way less than it was once worth, as everyone is. We finally, afters days got the report from the buyers inspector and it has literally 30 things the buyer wants done, an...
Home inspectors? Any on here?
Do you like what you do? Was the program easy? Do you need any "specific" courses in highschool for this program? how much do you make around an hour/week?
What jobs is a licensed home inspector qualified for besides inspecting homes?
For example: Would you also be qualified to do termite inspections too?