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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
As the housing industry takes a dip because of the economic crisis that hit the country, the need for home inspection required before selling a house is also gradually decreasing.

However, this does not mean that the need for home inspectors is also decreasing. In fact, there are still a lot of trainings available for home inspectors. Also, there have been new focuses on careers of home inspectors and there are actually new types of inspection that one can go into.

A lot of small businesses that focus on home inspection are trying other kinds of inspections such as casualty adjustment. The need for appraisers, investigators, claims adjusters and examiners are increasing, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means that most home inspection trainings are now handling classes on these fields.

The Bureau further says that the increase in the need for inspectors is not mainly due to the growth of the housing industry. It is instead because of home inspectors who are retiring. There is an increase in the need to replace home inspectors. Because this is a career that is getting more popular, competition is getting tougher. To get a job as a home inspector, a college degree will be considered as a plus, since most home inspection companies want highly competent people.

However, if you do not have a college degree, you can still try your luck in getting a career in home inspection. There are a lot of opportunities for you, and training classes are also very popular. If you want to try out field adjustment, you would not need a lot of rigorous training. But keep in mind that the demand for claim adjusters is less than for those in the inspection field.

If you want to be a claim adjuster, it is important to get more information about the job. What is it exactly? A claim adjuster is one who makes assessment on a property and reports to an insurance company to inform it of the value of the claim. Insurance companies hire claim adjusters to ensure that they are releasing fair claims to homeowners. If you are a claim adjuster, a homeowner can also hire you to help them decide and evaluate whether or not they are getting a fair claim from their insurance company.

If you want to have a career as a claim adjuster or a home inspector, you can start researching on the trainings available near you.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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