10 Easy Ways Certified Home Inspectors Can Market to Realtors

Written by
Rebecca Smith

Jul 30, 2018

Jul 30, 2018 • by Rebecca Smith

When it comes to business, effective marketing is key. Without it, you're looking at little to no growth in client count and you'll quickly find yourself at the bottom of the food chain when customers are looking for your product.

So what's the secret when it comes to marketing your services to realtors? After receiving your accreditation, how can you market yourself? Here are some tips.

10 Easy Ways Certified Home Inspectors Should Be Marketing

You passed your exams and have officially become a certified home inspector! Congratulations! Now how do you get your name in the market? Let's talk about it.

1. Website

If you want to be taken seriously as a certified home inspector, one of the first things you need to consider is making a website. Look into listing your business under tools like Google Maps for a further reach.

2. Networking

Go to real estate events and bring your business card. As you built relationships, you will see that your clientele will build naturally.

3. Printing Material

After networking and building relationships with different realtors, what are you going to give them? Business cards and brochures are perfect for leaving an imprint for future references.

4. Joining Industrial Organizations

It's no secret. Industrial jobs are always going to need a certified home inspector. Fortunately, there are plenty of organizations that you can join in order to network with other home inspectors and point of contacts.

5. Social Media

Social media is a powerful tool when it comes to business. Using the right keywords such as "4 point inspection" and "new homes" are going to be key to attracting business.

6. Go To The Customers

Look into getting involved with a local Chamber of Commerce and or professionals group to get in the vicinity of those you want to market to.

7. Organization

Clients are looking for a certified home inspector that will represent them well. Be sure to clean up any hiccups you might have on your site and/or business card to attract customers.

8. A Gameplan

Plan your networking schedule and stick to it. Figure out where your business is going and plan the steps you want to get there.

9. Time Management

Preplan your marketing and set a goal of what you want to achieve daily. This goes a long way when trying to control your company's destiny.

10. Local Market

One of the best things you can learn is your local market. After you make your website, make sure that your city name is listed sporadically around your site so that you can populate easily on your local SEO searches.

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