So you wanna be a home inspector? If you’re reading this, your answer must be yes. And if that’s true, grabbing this guide is a very wise decision, because it will walk you through the ins and outs of home inspections. Author Albert E. Wise II has trained people in home inspection excellence using the very information found in this book-and excellence is crucial, as buyers and sellers need to know exactly what kinds of homes they have on their hands, what needs to be fixed, and how much it’ll cost. Inside, you will find the wisdom of four decades’ collected experience in plumbing, heating, building, and inspecting, all right at your fingertips. No experience in construction? No problem. Wise has you covered on all structural aspects. He also provides templates for inspection reports and building inspection contracts, as well as a complete, step-by-step process for assessing a home from top to bottom. You’ll be adopting his no-stone-unturned approach and providing a coherent, professional report to clients in no time. If you want to learn to inspect a home the way you’d want your own home inspected, here’s how!
W.R.R.Kazama is a consistent million-dollar producer since his first year as a realtor over 15 years ago. He survived the 2005 market crash by using the tips he shares in this book. He talks about
• personality traits necessary
• costs involved with initial school
• costs involved with annual and monthly fees
• tips he uses when out and about in the community
• common sense tools for success
Mr. Kazama pulls no punches about the pros and cons of being a Realtor. It is possible to earn a living if you put the tools into practice, and he is quick to tell you that it is not for everyone. Plan to spend 3-6 months before your first closing.