Home Inspection Industry Trends

From the late 1990s and into the first part of this century, the home inspection industry has been growing by leaps and bounds. As the demands of the home buying public and the regulations regarding real estate have evolved, more and more people have been turning to home inspectors whenever they undertake real estate transactions.

In fact, today almost 95% of home sales involve the services of a home inspector. These services improve consumer confidence and lead to an increase in the success rate of home sales. These days, home buyers know that a home inspection improves the chances that they are making the right decision when buying a new home.

A Home Inspection business also provides other benefits. You can work from a home office, therefore eliminating one of the main expenses of traditional businesses. You don’t need to spend a lot of money acquiring inventory, nor do you need to deal with hiring and managing staff, doing payroll, or other human resource issues.

Why a Home Inspection Franchise?

There are basically two ways to start a business. You can start a business from scratch, or buy into a franchise business. The advantages of buying a franchise are many. A franchise operation minimizes the risk associated with starting a business. If you are seeking financing, a franchise provides a solid business plan and model with which you can approach a bank or other financial institution. With the knowledge and support gained from the franchise, franchisees have a much better chance at overall business success.

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