TUITION & PAYMENT
While schools retain the right to charge what they want for their services, there is a difference between charging a reasonable fee and an unreasonable fee. We weight the cost of our overhead and operational costs and came up with a reasonably competitive fee.
WE GIVE YOU MORE FOR LESS!
CUSTOMIZATION PAYMENT PLANS
We will customize a payment program that works for you. All that is required is a minimum payment of $995 before the start of your first class. The remaining balance can be paid (no finance fees) in installments throughout the course. Call us at (732) 649-3141 to find out more.
FIELD MENTORING TRAINING ONLY
Per NJ Admin Code 13:40 – 16.6, all students must complete 40 hours of field training, which shall include not less than 40 hours of unpaid field-based inspections in the presence of and under the direct supervision of a licensed home inspector. The inspections shall be provided by the school administering the approved course of study. This field training fulfills the mandated prerequisites.
*****Full payment is required to be processed before being registered in the system to begin the field mentoring program****
NJAHI® BUDDY PROGRAM
Enroll in our class with a “BUDDY” and you each only pay $3,495.00 for the course. Price includes 140 hrs of classroom training, 40 hrs of field training and the 1080 page textbook. No hidden fees! No other school offers that!
*****To take advantage of this offer, students must be in the same class and payment must be paid in full prior to the first class****
HAVE AN OUT-OF STATE LICENSE
Do you currently hold an out-of-state Home Inspection License and want to be a Licensed Home Inspector in NJ? We can help! The cost is $1,250 and must be paid prior to the first class. Click here to see specifics!
We Now Accept the GI Bill, Vocational Rehab, Ch. 35
Hero’s Cost is just $3645.00, No Hidden Fees! It our way of thanking you for what you do!
Accepted payment methods
- Venmo – @NJAHI
- Debit Cards
- Credit Cards
For credit card payments, we accept VISA, AMEX, Discover and Mastercard. There will be a 3.5% convenience fee for credit cards used.
Should the student’s enrollment be terminated, or should the student withdraw for any reason, all refunds will be made according to the following refund schedule.
- Students who wish to cancel their enrollment in a program or at the school must do so in writing. The request must include the date of withdrawal and must be dated and signed by the student. This letter must be received within one week of the withdrawal (5 business days) to receive tuition reimbursement for that week. Tuition reimbursement will begin the week the notification is received. It is best to hand deliver the withdrawal letter and have a copy signed by the admissions officer or mail the letter by Certified Mail.
- All monies will be refunded if the applicant is not accepted by the school or if the student cancels within three (3) business days after the enrollment agreement is signed by both parties, even if instruction has begun.
- Cancellation after the third (3rd) business day, but before the first class, will result in a refund of all monies paid, with the exception of the Admission/Administrative Fee
- Withdraw after attendance has begun is based on the following refund policy for all modules. The modules at the NJ Academy of Home Inspectors are two days each over a one week period, excluding holidays. Each day is 7 instructional hours in length. There are 14 hours for each module. An instructional hour is defined as 60 consecutive minutes of which a minimum of 60 minutes is dedicated to instruction.
If withdrawal or cancellation occurs:
The School Will Retain
During the first module.
10% of the tuition
During the second or third module.
20% of the tuition
After the third module but prior to
50% of the tuition
After completion of more than five modules
100% of the tuition
A student who has a student loan and withdrawals from the program is responsible for notifying the loan institution of withdrawal from the school. This notification should be done in writing. It should include the date of withdrawal; the student’s social security number and signature should be included. Students should maintain a copy of this letter for their files. The NJ Academy of Home Inspectors encourages the development of good business practices in their students. It is to this extent that we remind the withdrawing student that the date of withdrawal on the letter to the director must be the same date as on the letter to the loan institution.
Prices, promotions and special offers are subject to change without notice. Throughout the year, we offer different promotions and specials. To take advantage of our special offers and promotions, students must register while these special offers and promotions are “active”. Promotions and special offers are considered “active” when found anywhere on our website, nj-ahi.com.