The Home Inspection profession is filled with opportunities for Veterans looking to enter a new industry after serving their country. According to Entrepreneur.com, “The International Franchise Association (IFA) estimates that one out of every seven franchises in the U.S. – more than 66,000 businesses in total – is owned and operated by a Veteran. But there are many more Veterans who would love to own their own business, and the biggest obstacle to that dream is money.”* The magazine even showcases Home Inspection as one of the top 10 franchise options for Veterans.
Over 76.4% of Home Inspection businesses are individually operated, and the industry continues to grow.** With a large number of its practitioners ready to retire, the opportunities for those looking to enter the Home Inspection profession are vast. Carson Dunlop is pleased to present our highly-rated Home Inspection training program to Veterans with $1,000 in savings to help make a career transition easier.
“We are thrilled to be able to give back to these brave and honorable individuals,” commented Brian Bell, Vice President of Sales and Marketing and Carson Dunlop. “We are proud of our many graduates who are flourishing in this great profession and recognize the huge potential for success in interested Veterans.”
A key differentiator for any Home Inspector is your education and desire to succeed. Graduating from a respected and well-known education provider makes all the difference in today’s market. Carson Dunlop has created the most comprehensive Home Inspection training program available. It is not a one or two week introductory course. No one can learn a complex consulting practice in a couple of weeks. The Carson Dunlop Home Inspection training program is a complete career training program to help you achieve success in the Home Inspection industry. The program was developed with education design consultants and distance education specialists from Memorial University. Every rewarding career starts with a great education – start yours today.
**SOURCE: American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), 2011 Home Inspectors Survey.