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WIN Home Inspection



America’s Most Advanced Home Inspection Brand

Strong brand and advanced systems help home inspection franchisees dominate in rebounding residential real estate market


The housing slump is over. Home sales have been rocketing upward, and as buyers flood the market, huge opportunities are opening up not only for real estate agents, but also for home inspectors. Nearly 5 million homes sold in 2013, and according to the National Association of Realtors, 77% of buyers pay for a home inspection.

There’s just one problem: The demand for home inspectors is now outpacing the supply. When the recession drove part-time and unprofessional inspectors out of business, the WIN Home Inspection franchise did just fine, soaking up the available business during the downturn. Now that the real estate market is roaring back to pre-recession levels, WIN Home Inspection franchise owners have been gobbling up market share.




Home inspection franchises: a great post-recession business

WIN’s revenue has been growing sharply since 2010, and we are increasing our market share. As home sales continue to climb and gather steam, WIN expects strong revenue growth to continue.

The demand creates strong revenue potential for WIN owners. WIN franchises that have been open for three years or longer generated an average revenue of $112,644 in 2013, up 12% from the year before. Not bad for a business with low overhead and startup costs beginning at $33,900 (and even lower for veterans). Fifty-eight WIN owners exceeded that average revenue amount, generating an average of $180,559 in 2013.

Ready to learn how we help WIN owners generate those kinds of results? Click the research button below to learn more about marketing, training and support, startup costs and financial performance.


The Home Inspection Market is Huge

Demand for services is huge. About 5 million homes were sold in 2013, and 77% of buyers paid for a home inspection, according estimates from the National Association of Realtors.

There’s just one problem: The demand for home inspectors is outpacing the supply. The recession drove part-time and unprofessional inspectors out of business. The WIN Home Inspection franchise did just fine, soaking up the available business during the downturn. Now that the real estate market is roaring back to pre-recession levels, WIN Home Inspection franchise owners have been gobbling up market share.

“The opportunity is great. I did some research the other day and learned there are 115,000 real estate agents and brokers in the state of Texas, but there are just 2,300 home inspectors. There aren’t enough home inspectors to handle it all! That’s why some inspectors get away with not having great customer service. But if you have a franchise and a system and are professional, you are set up for success.” - James Price, a 26-year-old National Guard veteran who operates in Lubbock, TX

Almost all lenders require a home inspection, and real estate agents recommend them. In 2013, WIN’s average price for an inspection was $375, with inspectors often doing two or three a day. The demand, and the revenue potential, is huge.

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