It is a very straightforward process to become a licensed home inspector in the state of New Jersey.
How to Become a Licensed Home Inspector in New Jersey:
- The state requires 140 hours of classroom home inspection training and 40 hours of field inspection training to become a licensed home inspector. Unfortunately, that means our online New Jersey Home Inspector Course alone will not count toward those hours.
- Take and pass the National Home Inspectors Exam, for which our course fully prepares you.
- Start your own business or go to work for an existing company!
The ICA Difference for Home Inspection Certification in New Jersey
New Jersey is one of just a few states that require training in the classroom and in the field to become a state licensed home inspector. Our New Jersey Home Inspector Course will give you all the knowledge you’ll need to perform a home inspection and own/operate your own successful home inspection business, along with teaching you all about commercial inspections, as well as mold, radon and code.
After taking the ICA Real Estate Inspection Certification Program, you can enroll in a New Jersey State approved classroom home inspection course to provide you with your required hours to obtain your home inspection license. The approved courses only cover residential home inspection, so by taking the ICA online Home Inspection Training Course first, you’ll not only have an advantage in being familiar with the material already, you’ll also be familiar with commercial, radon, mold and code inspection — topics that will not be covered in the state-approved home inspection programs.
ICA’s New Jersey Inspection Credentials
New Jersey home inspection requirements are straightforward enough, but starting a business can be anything but. That’s why ICA partners with professional organizations such as InterNACHI and the American Society of Home Inspectors. In fact, all ICA students receive a free one-month membership to InterNACHI. We like to prepare our students for the technical and business side of a career in home inspection.
ICA’s New Jersey Home Inspector Course
ICA’s New Jersey Home Inspection Course is entirely self-paced. That means you can start your training as soon as you’d like, and take your time going through the course materials. Since ICA students gain lifetime access to our content, you can learn at your own speed and return to the fundamentals any time you’d like to refresh your memory. It’s ideal for students hoping to earn their New Jersey home inspector license, but also great for working professionals who want to grow their skill set.
Additional Content for ICA Students
After you’ve enrolled in the course, you’ll also gain access to a number of bonus courses, resources and tools to help make your life a little easier. Here are a few other perks of signing up with ICA:
- Drone operation training for roof inspections
- Software for generating inspection reports – Report Form Pro Nitro
- Bonus courses on topics such as mold detection
- One month membership to InterNACHI
- Unlimited guidance and insight from our teachers
Begin Your Home Inspection Training Now
If you’re curious about how to become a home inspector in New Jersey, look no further. ICA has all you need to start earning your New Jersey home inspector license and begin a new career. Regardless of your background and experience level, you can find success as a home inspector in New Jersey.
With ICA on your side, earning your New Jersey home inspector license is easy. Take your time with our course or throw yourself into the content so you can launch your new career as quickly as possible. The average salary for a home inspector in NJ is $74,000 and the average inspection fee is $420. Need more information on becoming a home inspector call us today 888-374-4096 and learn about the average home inspector salary.