Your ASHI member profile is one of the best tools in your marketing toolkit to connect with potential clients, and give them a snapshot of your services and unique offerings.By: ASHI Staff read full article
Your client relies on you for your expertise. You provide an impartial review of the safety and sound condition of their home. You know how important regular maintenance is for a home. Pass your knowledge along to your clients.By: Website Inspect.com read full article
Cybercrimes happen more often than we think. As home inspection business owners, we used to think of cybercrime as someone getting a hold of our credit card number. Today, cyber thieves are more sophisticated and small businesses are being taken advantage of more than ever. Most times, these losses are never reported in the news.By: Rick Bunzel read full article
Home inspections are a normal part of the buying and selling process. Most people ask for an assessment as a contingency to their offer. If the professional uncovers damage, the buyer can renegotiate or pull out of their contract. These inspections are crucial since they can find significant issues with a property.By: Rose Morrison read full article
Mobile homes have special considerations that home inspectors can learn about to expand their expertise and their business.