You know, it’d be nice to make good money every day. It seems like we’re always working harder and harder each day and coming home with barely anything. It would be nice if there was a job where you could make good money without having to work yourself to death. Now you can do this by becoming an independent field inspector.
Independent field inspectors are their own bosses and work as much as they like. They perform fairly simple inspections of properties such as houses, office buildings, construction sites, and more, often by just driving by and taking a few photos. The inspections don’t take long at all, often under 30 minutes, and can be very profitable. Little or no formal training is needed and you likely won’t need to take out loans or ask your family for money. Most of the supplies you already have and if you don’t, you can get them for a few hundred dollars at the most.
So what does doing these reports usually pay? There are several types of inspections and they all pay differently. Here are just a few of them:
Collateral Inspections: Let’s say a company has leased some equipment to a construction site. They want to make sure that equipment is where it needs to be. They also want to be sure the equipment is being taken good care of and used properly. That’s where a field inspector comes in. These inspections often pay $20 to $100 and take just a few minutes. Do a few of these a day and you could be well on your way to making $300 a day.
Commercial Inspections: Insurance companies often want to know the condition of a building. How does the roof look? Are those stairs safe and in good, working order? What’s the condition like of the equipment they leased? A field inspector checks these things, fills out reports, and takes a few, simple photos. For commercial inspections, the field inspector generally walks away with $50 to $300.
Property Inspections: How’d you like to make about $20 to $45 in 15 minutes to an hour? Well then maybe you should consider property inspections. These often just require you to get out your tape measure and record the square footage of a property. You might also be asked to do some measuring on the interior as well. And last, you might need to record the condition of the neighborhood. Is it in a good condition? Is it run down?
Quick Drive-By Inspections: Some jobs literally just involve you driving by and taking a photo or two. Rental properties are a good example. These properties need periodical inspections just to make sure the property is maintained as was agreed upon. The pay on these can vary.
With little work, you can make a good amount of money everyday. It doesn’t mean breaking your back or putting in 12 hours of work just to make a decent buck. And after all, you’re the boss. You decide how much work you want to do. By diligently checking your email and offering to take on jobs, you can see the money start to grow quickly. To learn more, read Drive By Profits.