The Urban Studies
online courses will
- Give you the knowledge needed to inspect each required component of all types of new homes & older residences
- Teach you how to communicate effectively with your clients
- Give you the skills required to become successful in this growing industry
- Take an accredited home inspection certification exam from any home inspection association
- Seek out full-time employment with a home property inspection company
- Become a self-employed home inspector who offers their services to agencies as well as individual home owners or buyers.
THE CHOICE IS YOURS
Urban Studies is flexible and allows you to enrol in a course or program whenever you like. There is no need to wait for a particular semester to register. Take one course or the complete program, and study at your own pace. The personal attention you receive from enrolment to your courses helps ensure that you can focus on earning your diploma online.
Decorating a Christmas tree – For Newbies.
The secret to decorating a Christmas tree is simple: Style in layers! We’ve seen the evolution; first the trees were covered with our crappy childhood “school-made” ornaments. Now, our elegant Christmas trees are designed for the “wow factor” and to get the most amount of likes on Instagram. If you’ve never decorated a tree, but want the “likes”, follow these easy instructions.
TIMING WILL NEVER BE PERFECT
Entering a new profession, any profession, is a difficult decision. Home inspection is no different. You should clearly understand not only what the new profession will be like, but the best path to success for you in that profession. Below are a few points that will give you a representation of the home inspection industry.
EARN 100K/YEAR WITH URBAN STUDIES
A home inspector is an official who evaluates the condition of residential buildings, such as single-family homes, townhouses, condominiums and apartment complexes. Their inspections generally focus on level of all-around liveability and homeowner safety. As a home inspector, you'd photograph issues found on both interior and exterior of the home, while determining whether a building is in compliance with building codes.