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  1. This sounds like something I can do, but, I have concerns about truly making an income. I need to be able to work at my own pace, and part-time. I used to do home inspections for my ex-husband, a licensed contractor. I also did insurance appraisals, after I went through a certified appraisal institute; I moved to Big Bear and was unable to find someone willing to take me on as an apprentice.

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