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Home Inspection Pictures

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Claims against home inspectors can and do happen. Therefore it is important to protect yourself with proper home inspection pictures. Taking photos is the most direct way of capturing evidence in response to a claim made against your home inspection work. Additionally, you can use these photos in your inspection report as references to point…
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Home Inspections Still Matter: How to Convince Buyers

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Home inspections used to be a given. Buyers and sellers alike considered it a prerequisite to home sale negotiations. COVID-19 changed the rules, and now some buyers are waiving home inspections to make their offers more attractive to sellers as the demand for homes soars. Here are some tips from EliteMGA – a leading provider…
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Commercial Building Inspection Vs Home Inspection – Benefits for Inspectors

Since many home inspectors do not perform commercial building inspections, adding commercial inspections to your repertoire is a great way to expand your business. But before you get started, you should understand that there are major differences between home and commercial building inspections. Commercial Building Inspections vs. Home Inspections Overview Commercial building inspections are considered…
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How to Grow Your Home Inspector Business

Congrats! You just became your own boss and started down a highly profitable path. But now what? Becoming a professional home inspector sets you on the path for a lucrative career. Once you’ve set up shop and insured against claims that could potentially take a devastating financial toll, it’s time to get proactive about building…
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Things You Need to Know about Vacant Property Inspections?

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For the most part, properties found on the market are sold by owners who are upgrading, downgrading or moving to another area. These buildings have typically served as a primary residence and sellers took care of them accordingly. Every once in a while, vacant structures can also sneak into the market, whether from a deceased…
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Employment Contracts for Home Inspectors and Independent Contractors

Creating a comprehensive home inspector contract that includes all the necessary information to make sure you are protected can be challenging.  Home inspectors are always open to lawsuits despite having an extensive contract.  Home inspector insurance can protect you in the unfortunate occurrence that you get sued. EliteMGA offers great home inspector insurance coverage at…
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Why Choose EliteMGA for Home Inspector Insurance

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Are you a home inspector looking for errors and omissions insurance? EliteMGA offers home inspector insurance coverage that fits your business needs. Whether you’re a sole proprietor or owner of a multi-inspector firm, Elite will manage your risks and protect your hard-earned assets with comprehensive home inspector E&0 and general liability coverage at extremely reasonable…
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EliteMGA Announces Strategic Partnership with InterNACHI®

WAYNE, Penn. (April 30, 2018) EliteMGA LLC and InterNACHI® are pleased to announce their strategic partnership to provide InterNACHI® members an enhanced Professional Liability Insurance solution. InterNACHI® members can apply for coverage nationwide* effective April 27, 2018. Together, EliteMGA and InterNACHI bring together a team of professionals that specialize in the home inspection market. They…
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Upcoming InterNACHI ProInspectors Convention

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Ben Garrison and Dave Moncavage from EliteMGA will be attending the 2018 InterNACHI Professional Inspectors Convention Sunday, April 29th to Tuesday, May 1st. As always, we look forward to visiting face to face with long time customers as well as new inspectors. This conference provides a great opportunity for InterNACHI members and the home inspector community…
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Why Do You Need UAS Insurance for your Inspector Tools?

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Drone usage is not just a trend in the insurance and telecommunications industries. In August 2016, the FAA approved the usage of drones for commercial use. Often, the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), are used in areas that are difficult or dangerous for people to inspect, such as condemned buildings, new construction, damaged roofs and collapsed…
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