6 Easy Steps to Earning a Texas Home Inspector License
If you have ever considered getting a Professional Home Inspection License in Texas, now is the time! Below are the 6 steps to start you on your new career path. Whether you would like to be an Apprentice Inspector, Real Estate Inspector, or Professional Inspector working for yourself, Champions School of Real Estate has all the necessary courses to meet these license requirements. If you have any additional questions, please contact a Career Counselor at your nearest campus to get the answers to your questions. Sign up today and take the first steps toward your new career in Home Inspection.
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330 Education hours including the following:
In addition to the 330 hours, one of the following requirements must be met:
Once you have completed your courses at Champions, you will now need to submit your certificates of completion, Inspector license application, application fee, and if applicable, experience records to the Texas Real Estate Commission by mail.
You can mail your documentation to:
Texas Real Estate Commission
PO Box 12188
Austin, Texas 78711-2188
The application fee for a Professional Inspector license is $120 and should be paid by cashiers check, personal check, or money order payable to the Texas Real Estate Commission.
While waiting for your education to be evaluated and the application to be approved, our exam prep course is the perfect tool to keep your knowledge fresh and help you prepare for the exam. You may retake the course as many times as you want for one year at no additional charge!
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Everything you need to know about the Inspector National/State Exam:
Note: If you fail the exam three times, you will be required to take additional education before you can retake the exam. Upon successfully passing the State Exam, we recommend participating in our Champions Inspector Association (CIA) group for continued mentoring and learning.
Annually complete your Inspector Continuing Education requirement by completing 32-Hours of Continuing Education every 2 years (must be different courses) from Champions School of Real Estate® and pay the renewal fee to TREC (Fee schedule below). The 32 hours of continuing education must include 4 hours of Inspector Legal & Ethics and 4 hours of Standards of Practice Review.
Inspector Renewal Fee Schedule: (Learn More)
Note: To expedite processing, send fees using a money order or cashiers check. More information is available on www.trec.texas.gov
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