What should I do if I am currently working as a Home Inspector in Ohio but not yet licensed?

The most important consideration is to be prepared so you do not miss time conducting business when the licensing laws go into effect. As the OHIB rules currently await approval, ODRE encourages all potential new home inspectors, and current home inspectors that did not qualify under the “grandfathering” provision (effective Jan. 10, 2020), to consider going forward with qualifying pre-licensing that appears to satisfy the rules drafted by the OHIB. Hondros College courses have been developed according to the rules drafted by OHIB. Completing your coursework and other recommended pre-licensing requirements will permit you to submit your application for licensure just as soon as it is available from ODRE.

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