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Free Webinar Will Teach Entrepreneurs About the Property Inspection Business

Free Webinar Will Teach Entrepreneurs About the Property Inspection Business. The inspection business is booming, making it a solid, low-cost choice for prospective small-business owners.

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Free Webinar Will Teach Entrepreneurs About the Property Inspection Business

The inspection business is booming, making it a solid, low-cost choice for prospective small-business owners.

 

Omaha, Neb., Aug. 3, 2015 — National Property Inspections, Inc., parent company of National Property Inspections in the United States and Global Property Inspections in Canada, is pleased to announce its first-ever webinar designed for entrepreneurs who are interested in starting a home and commercial property inspection business. The webinar, “How to Start a Home and Commercial Property Inspection Business,” will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 12 at 12 p.m. Central/1 p.m. Eastern.

 

“With the recovery and current upswing in the housing market, our franchise owners/inspectors are collectively experiencing their best year ever,” said Roland Bates, president of National Property Inspections, Inc. “It’s a great time for entrepreneurs to get started in the inspection business. And we have nearly 30 years of experience helping our franchise owners start and build successful businesses, so we’d like to share what we have learned.”

 

Presented by Bates and Julie Erickson, director of franchise sales for NPI/GPI, the webinar will cover the following topics:

  • The role of property inspections in the real estate industry
  • Services that property inspectors offer
  • Skills or background helpful to property inspectors
  • How to become a property inspector, including training
  • Starting a franchise business versus starting an independent business
  • How to get started in the property inspection business

 

“We find all kinds of people are interested in becoming property inspectors,” Bates said. “Sure, we have franchise owners with construction backgrounds who are well-suited to becoming inspectors. But we also have people who got tired of the corporate grind and were ready to try something new. We have young people who are innovative and creative and want to work for themselves. We have veterans who want to put the skills they learned in the military to good use. With the right training program and guidance, property inspection provides a great opportunity start your own business and invest in your future. We’re excited to be able to offer this webinar and share our experience and expertise.”

 

For more information about the“How to Start a Home and Commercial Property Inspection Business” webinar or to sign up for the webinar, please visit http://npifranchise.com/npigpiprospectwebinar.

 

About National Property Inspections, Inc.

Founded in 1987, National Property Inspections, Inc., is one of the oldest and most respected names in the commercial property and home inspection business. We operate as National Property Inspections in the United States and as Global Property Inspections in Canada.

 

NPI provides services to a wide variety of clients, including home buyers and sellers; commercial property investors, owners and tenants; real estate agents and attorneys; employee relocation companies; banks; and field service companies. No matter what type of inspection a client is looking for, NPI offers the services our clients need through our highly trained and experienced home inspectors and commercial building inspectors.

 

NPI also offers franchise opportunities throughout the United States and Canada to become a home and commercial building inspector.

 

For more information about NPI, visit www.npiweb.com. For information about franchising with NPI or GPI, visit http://www.npifranchise.com or http://www.gpifranchise.com. 

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