I'm needing a home inspection for a house I'm wanting to purchase and I'm not sure what makes a good home inspector. From what I've seen available in my area, there is a wide range of education, experience, and certification. From the low end, one inspector has a BA in math and has been certified through a 2 month training course with 5 years experience. On the opposite end, there are inspectors with 15 years of experience and a MA in structural engineering while affiliated with several organizations. The reports are in varying computer generated forms to a standard checklist. Some include termite inspection while others ask an additional $90 It seems as though everyone is charging the same price @$300 to $385 for 1700 sq ft house built 3 years ago. Any suggestions on what to look for in a home inspector?