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Home Inspection Business Start Up Information

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West Paterson, NJ (PRWEB) May 29, 2007

Home inspection businesses start up and fail all the time. In an effort to educate new home inspectors experienced home inspector Michael Del Greco, President of Accurate Inspections, Inc. has started a series of articles posted to http://AccurateInspections.com to provide useful information to those who wish to become home inspectors.

Del Greco starts off explaining those who wish to become home inspectors have many different skill sets to master. Contrary to popularly belief the technical knowledge of how to perform a home inspection is a small percentage of what a home inspector must have in order to run a successful home inspection business. Home inspection business information located here.

Running a home inspection business entails learning the technical information each home inspector must know, developing a business plan, simultaneously running the business while juggling the responsibilities of a business owner and developing the skills necessary to be a good home inspector.

Information is provided as to exactly what training a person needs to become a home inspector including details on obtaining field training and the benefits of combining the field training with class room training as well as how to tell when one is ready to go out on their own.

The web site also has two useful Excel spread sheet downloads to assist new inspectors on figuring out where there time will be spent and where their money will go.

While many feel technical knowledge is the most difficult to master the real difficulty is writing a report with enough detail for the average person to be able to determine what is wrong, why it is wrong and what to do about it.

Most home inspectors end up in trouble with clients because defects were observed and some what reported to the client but not pointed out clearly as being defects that must be cured to avoid safety risks and or the risk of further damage. Under reporting defects is a major cause of expensive litigation.

People who are thinking of entering the home inspection business will find the information provided to be of great interest as it provides incite into how the home inspection business works and details as to the eduction and training necessary to own and operate a successful home inspection business.

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