The “plan” for many field service inspectors is to start with the $3 mortgage inspections. They seem easy enough and the Mortgage Order Mills (MOMs) will provide huge volumes of these inspections where the actual profit is maybe $1.50. You will soon wear out your car with all of the driving. Then, after a short time the mortgage inspector gets punched in the face. The punch is often not getting paid for work performed. It could be a huge charge back … maybe the property you reported as occupied was vacant and the frozen pipes split and the property was flooded … $12,000 worth of water damage which your mistake caused. You are expected to cover the cost to repair the property … your mistake … you are liable … you must pay. Even with E&O insurance, there will be a high deductible (maybe a $1,000) which you will pay. How did that punch in the face feel?
It’s best to get connected with the higher quality firms that pay the higher fees. Plan to start at a higher level. Make more money in 2016 without getting punched in the face. Check out the National Field Service Directory at www.sofistore.com. Plan to start at a higher level with higher quality field service firms that pay higher fees. Mike Tyson would also tell that that it is just best to avoid the punches … avoid $3 mortgage inspections.
“Everyone’s got a plan, until they get punched in the face.” – Mike Tyson