Becoming a Florida Licensed Home Inspector Could Turn Your Life Around

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Home Inspection has become one of the nation's leading growth professions according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and Florida has enacted Legislation, Senate Bill 2234, which provides for licensure and regulation of Home Inspectors.

Chapter 468, Part XV, Florida Statutes, became effective July 1, 2010, and provides that the home inspector licensing program will be administered by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Home inspectors help homebuyers and sellers evaluate things like the plumbing, electrical, heating, air conditioning systems and more prior to finalizing the purchase of a home. Home inspectors are typically independent business owners with backgrounds in construction or training for inspections. This economy has left people jobless, looking for work and becoming a licensed home inspector could be exactly what a displaced worker needs to turn his or her life around. Home inspection requires specific training and classes are now available from The ASHI School, starting on November 1st, 2011 in Tampa, Florida. More classes are being scheduled now. The ASHI School is a Florida Approved Home Inspector Education Provider License Number PVDR8 and its Approved Pre-License 120 hour Class License number is 0000003. Contact Barton Robertson at Barton(at)TheASHISchool(dot)com or call 1-888-884-0440 for more details and to register for the next class in your area.

A division of the oldest and most respected inspector association, the American Society of Home Inspectors – “The ASHI School” provides pre-license 120 hour live classes with a great deal of actual in field and hands on training so new students can actually learn the business by inspecting real homes. Learning by doing home inspections is the key to success. Courses focus on starting and operating your own successful inspection career or business as well as performing inspections in compliance with Florida Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. Every state seems to have different requirements for licensing or operating as a home inspector, but seasoned inspectors agree, learning by actually doing home inspections is the key to success. “The ASHI School” is A joint venture of The American Society of Home Inspections and managed by Casey, O'Malley & Associates, the most respected figures in the home inspection training profession. Some successful home inspectors earn a wonderful income performing just a couple of inspections per day with low overhead, low supply bills and high profits. As real estate sales begin to rebound from the last several years of historic lows, home inspectors will be more in demand.

For more information: Contact Barton Robertson at Barton(at)TheASHISchool(dot)com or call 1-888-884-0440

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