The Beauty of Being a Property Damage Inspector (PUBLIC ADJUSTER).
- YOU can work anytime
- YOU look for damages at a commercial or residential property,
- YOU will perform Home Insurance Policy Reviews
- YOU will educate homeowners or business building owners about their damage and
- YOU will assist policyholders in getting a tax-free check.
HOW PUBLIC ADJUSTING WORKS
According to a U.S. Government study, A Public Adjuster can get a homeowner 576% more back for damages to their home than they would receive w/o a public adjuster. The insurance companies know that a Public Adjuster has the same software (Xactimate).
This is because our field adjusters have $1000s of more training than the insurance companies' private adjusters.
Part-Time and Full-Time hours available.
- Great Pay!
- Flexible schedule.
- Minimal travel.
- Must be age 18 or older.
We're looking for independent, ambitious, positive and dependable individuals. We inspect properties for potential damages. You will perform a walk through the property, fill out paperwork, photograph and document any damage. Our company represents property owners to ensure the insurance company is paying out the claims fairly and treating customers with respect. No experience necessary. We will provide training for this position. The job is easy, enjoyable, and the pay is competitive. You will never be laid off, as long as you're willing to put in the work, the work will always be there!
WHEN SOMEONE MIGHT NEED A PUBLIC ADJUSTER
Our interviews are being held virtually on Tuesday 4/14 at 7:30p - https://tinyurl.com/TuesdayRegistration
and Thursday 4/16 at 8 pm - https://tinyurl.com/MetroPaOnlinePIP
You must register to attend.
Location: ZOOM Platform Online
My name is Ebahi. I will be your sponsor to assist you in training.
Our company takes the anxiety out of settling a property owner's insurance claim. Serving as the negotiator between the property owner and the insurance company. Metro makes the difference between the minimum amount that the insurance company offers and the maximum amount that the property owner is entitled to.