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It looks like it is added for support, no?
Nathan wrote:
Soll wrote:Hello. I have another question, I waana become a home inspector, but I dont have any exp. in cunstrution, and I have no idea how plumbing or electric works, no idea means no idea, so, how do I know if thesse is for me?
I do like real estate and these looks interesting to me, in part because its part time and I have now a job fro the first half of the day, any help please?



Go through the courses here:

http://www.HomeInspectionUniversity.com

See if you grasp the subject matter. Then talk to David Clark, he has given a bunch of New York inspectors their start and he's a good guy.


Do you know how to play a video forward, If by mistake I turn off a session then I will have to restart from begining, since there are no back and fwd option, any help please?
B.T.W. It's really helpfull and interesting to lern these.
Thanks Nathan, I'll look on it, and will be back if I have more questions.

Dom D'Agostino, These was my question if I have no idea how plumbig and electric works, then it means it is not for me, or it is something I will learn on the courses. but anyway thank you. (when you consider learning or doing something we have to listen to all sites of it, and then decide what to do, so it was good to hear these, really! (not joking).)

Soll
Any help please?

Hello. I have another question, I waana become a home inspector, but I dont have any exp. in cunstrution, and I have no idea how plumbing or electric works, no idea means no idea, so, how do I know if thesse is for me?
I do like real estate and these looks interesting to me, in part because its part time and I have now a job fro the first half of the day, any help please?
Hello. I have another question, I waana become a home inspector, but I dont have any exp. in cunstrution, and I have no idea how plumbing or electric works, no idea means no idea, so, how do I know if thesse is for me?
I do like real estate and these looks interesting to me, in part because its part time and I have now a job fro the first half of the day, any help please?
 
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