Maryland Home Inspector Regulations
Maryland Home Inspector Requirements




Maryland Home Inspector Regulations

The Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and HomeInspectors has evaluated thirty home inspection curriculumssubmitted for consideration to the be recognized as approved homeinspection pre-licensing training for licensure in the State ofMaryland. All of the curriculums have been accepted based on thefollowing agreement and conditions:

Any individual who has taken a home inspection trainingprogram in the past that has any topics included that do not meetthe minimum required 48 hours of pre-licensing education asprescribed by the provision of the law under the BusinessOccupation and Professions Article, Annotated Code of Maryland,Section 16-3A-03 of technical core education by falling below 48hours but not less than 32 hours will be required to supplementtheir hours with the Maryland supplemental 16-hour course. Listedbelow are examples of home inspection course topics that wouldresult in having to take the Maryland 16-hour supplementalcourse.

  • Report Writing
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Home Inspection Business Practices/Organization
  • Field Inspections
  • Inspection Processes

Any individual who has taken a home inspection trainingprogram that falls below 32 hours will have to retake a 48-hourprogram. Continuing education will not be accepted as asubstitute for the minimum 48-hour program or the 16-hourMaryland supplemental course.

If you need assistance, please call Elwood A. Mosley, (410)230-6379.

Maryland References:

Maryland Home Inspectors
Maryland Home Inspectors Training

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