Realtors are commonly asked a number of questions by their clients. They are frequently expected to be a source of recommendations for a number of areas including contractors, home inspectors, and other specialized services. It is important for agents to have a working knowledge about the various processes that go into buying a home, including the best practices for home inspectors. Brokerages often benefit from providing their agents with opportunities to come learn from experts.

Ohio and Northern Kentucky home inspectors teaching the importance of drones in the roof inspection process

drone flying in front of house

The use of drones has quickly become the best practice when it comes to roofing inspections. Drones can take aerial photographs of a roof, no matter its size, and can also zoom in on smaller areas. Drones can also take photographs of vents and chimneys on a roof that may also need inspecting. Finally, drones can use thermal imaging to analyze a roof for areas that may be leaking, or that water may be pooling in. This is far more than what an inspector can do, simply by climbing on top of a roof and taking a look around. Inspectors who do not use drones in their roofing inspections may miss critical issues that could end up costing an agent’s client money further down the line.

Mike and Kevin Hesterberg are licensed home inspectors as well as licensed drone pilots. They are approved to conduct continuing education courses for real estate agents that count towards the hours needed for renewed licensure. We can come to a brokerage during a lunch training, and for sixty minutes will provide a presentation explaining what agents should look for in a qualified home inspector. During the presentation, Mike and Kevin will explain to agents how drones have revolutionized the home inspection industry, and how drone technology is not only more efficient, but also safer and more cost efficient for clients. In addition to drone technology, the Hesterbergs will also give agents an overview of what to be aware of when it comes to inspecting HVAC systems, electrical systems, plumbing, mold, termites, foundational issues, septic systems, and other warning signs on a property to look out for.

teaching real estate class

teaching real estate class

Mike and Kevin Hesterberg are licensed home inspectors as well as licensed drone pilots. They are approved to conduct continuing education courses for real estate agents that count towards the hours needed for renewed licensure. We can come to a brokerage during a lunch training, and for sixty minutes will provide a presentation explaining what agents should look for in a qualified home inspector. During the presentation, Mike and Kevin will explain to agents how drones have revolutionized the home inspection industry, and how drone technology is not only more efficient, but also safer and more cost efficient for clients. In addition to drone technology, the Hesterbergs will also give agents an overview of what to be aware of when it comes to inspecting HVAC systems, electrical systems, plumbing, mold, termites, foundational issues, septic systems, and other warning signs on a property to look out for.

Contact our Ohio home inspectors to set up a educational course for your real estate agents

Brokerages may contact our office to set up a private course for their real estate agents. Our presentation is typically sixty minutes long and can be done in person or in webinar format, Let us come and teach your agents about how UAV,s can benefit inspections and marketing their client’s homes. Contact our office today to schedule a class for your agents, we can go through the process of getting CE approval on a case-by-case basis.. We service the areas of Cincinnati, northern Kentucky and the greater Cincinnati area.

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