The insurance inspector role is an entry level inspection position that requires a home inspector license in the State of Florida. This position is responsible for performing insurance inspections, including 4-Ppoint reports and wind-mitigation reports. These types of inspections are relatively simple inspections documenting certain features of the home and it’s major systems. An insurance inspector must be able to walk roofs and navigate through attic spaces, and crawlspaces. They must be able to effectively communicate any insurance risks with the homeowner, and must be able to complete a high number of inspections daily. This can be an extremely rewarding and fulfilling position, and can eventually lead to a home inspector role. If you are at all interested, please submit an application and our team would love to discuss this opportunity with you.
The home inspector role is a multi-disciplinary position that requires a wide range of knowledge, skills, and abilities, to effectively perform the job and protect and inform the client. A home inspector is required to be licensed in the State of Florida, and will be responsible for having a deep understanding and knowledge of all systems in the home. Home inspectors perform a visual evaluation of the property and it’s systems which may include walking roofs, navigating through attic spaces, as well as crawlspaces. The home inspector must be able to effectively communicate the issues that exist in a home, sometimes delivering bad news. The home inspector must be able to maintain a high level of professionalism throughout the inspection dealing with the multiple parties of a real estate transaction. Lastly, a home inspector must be able to effectively put his/her findings into writing and generate a concise, meaningful, and effective report. This can be an extremely rewarding and fulfilling position. If you are interested, please submit an application and if our team thinks you may be a good fit within our organization, we will reach out to discuss further with you.