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Arkansas Home Inspector License Requirements


Requirements to Become an Arkansas Home Inspector

  • Arkansas home inspection education hours: 80 hours
  • Apprenticeship Training: must include 3 home inspections with a total of no less than 10 hours with board-approved trainer
  • Exam Required: NHIE and ASHI Standards and Ethics Examination
  • Application Fee: $250.00 per year (for applications received between July 1 and December 31, the fee is $375) (other fees may apply)
  • Insurance Requirements: General liability insurance of at least $100,000
  • Notarized application is required. Background is not required but need to disclose.
  • Fingerprints are not required
  • High School Diploma or GED is required

Home Inspection License Expiration: Annual, expires December 31st (file by December 1st)

Arkansas Home Inspector Continuing Education Requirements

  • 14 hours of education annually (only 6 hours can come from online education)

Arkansas State Licensing Board

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