Residential Structural Inspections
June 12, 2024 12:30 PM Eastern Time
Presented By: Jamie Miller
Course Location
210 North Buffalo Street
Warsaw, IN 46580
Course Summary

The overall structure of a home is essentially the backbone that holds everything in place. For many, the structural integrity of a home is often viewed as the most crucial part of the home-buying process. By being able to observe and report on these critical matters during the structural portion of a home inspection, real estate agents are in a unique position to offer expertise and peace of mind to all parties involved in the home-buying process.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define terms commonly used during the structural portion of the home inspection process.
  • Understand common causes of structural damage.
  • Understand risks associated with inspecting structural components during a home inspection.
  • Define what to consider during structural portion of the home inspection, including attics, basements, crawlspaces, floors, ceilings, windows, and doors.
  • Define common concerns related to the inspection of the exterior structure and related components, including property lots, decks, porches and foundations.
  • List examples of limitations that should be noted in a report of the structural inspection.
Continuing Education Credits
Real Estate Continuing Education (Indiana) 
2.00 Credit Hours
Price: FREE (No Fee)

Having fully met the requirements of the Indiana Real Estate Commission, the following course has been approved for 2.0 continuing education credit hours. Provider Approval: CE21400021.
Contact Us
Continuing Education Provider
Preferred Systems, Inc.
1001 State Street, Suite 1400
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 888-455-7437
Jamie Miller
License Number:  INST201053
Gold Key Inspection Services, Inc
8100 W US HWY 20
Shipewana, IN 46565
Phone: 260-463-6558