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home inspector salary Home inspector salary Home inspectors must decide and confirm that buildings or structures are in accordance with the zoning and building codes. A home inspector is often a self-employed person and works solo, but is sometimes hired by the government, construction companies or contractors. The average income for home inspectors roughly ranges in the proximity of $39,000 to $50,000 annually which will turn out to be between $12.00 to $17.00 or more per hour.

There are a few different industries home inspector salary can become employed in but different types of industries will more than likely significantly reduce their income. Inspectors that are hired to work for a Federal Executive Branch are paid the highest, making a salary of $62,000 annually. State government home inspectors make an annual income of only $45,000. Income for home inspectors can vary also by state. The top five paying states for the occupation are California, Nevada, District of Columbia, Alaska and Washington. The average income range for these states is between $63,000 and $81,000 per year.

Some states have a lower than normal income range for home inspector salary. Some of the top lowest paying states are Tennessee, West Virginia, Montana, Mississippi and Indiana with an average income range between $30,000 and $40,000 per year. If you don’t reside in one of the top paying states for the occupation of home inspector, some of the metro area offers an above pay average. Santa Clara, Los Angeles, Oakland and Las Vegas offer a salary range of $70,000 to $84,000 annually.

The BLS or the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projected that jobs in building inspection will rise by seventeen percent from 2008 to 2018. The education requirements to become a licensed home inspector vary from state to state and may include apprenticing with an experienced home inspector, passing an exam and finishing a training program. Many states also require you to continue your education thereafter in order to renew licensure.

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