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A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections to Increase South American Presence

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A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections to Increase South American Presence

Master Franchise Agreement Signed to Expand Home Inspection Offices into Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia and Ecuador

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections (ABCHI) will soon be knocking on the doors of many more homeowners seeking its services throughout South America.

The Pompano Beach-based franchisor, recognized as the world's most professional home inspection company, announced today that it has signed an agreement to launch an aggressive South American expansion strategy that will dramatically increase the company's footprint beyond its current presence in Chile. 

Under the agreement, Eduardo Angulo and Victor Daccarett, the Chile master franchisees, can market the franchise to other motivated small business-oriented people in 5 additional South American countries, now including Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia and Ecuador.

"We've recognized an incredible growing demand for professionally certified home inspections across South America through ongoing analysis in local real estate markets," said Bill Redfern, founder, president and CEO of ABCHI. "Eduardo and Victor are the perfect team to lead the efforts to fill this unmet need."

The opportunity to help others succeed and support the local economy is what the pair welcomes the most about the investment they have made in expanding the brand throughout South America. Prior to becoming master franchisees, Angulo and Daccarett enjoyed management roles and will bring their strong leadership skills to this new endeavor.

"Our goal is to provide new franchisees in the region ongoing support and guidance from the moment they become a franchise partner," said Angulo. "Victor and I are passionate about coaching others on how to build their sales and maintain a successful business. This is something we really want to focus on as we work with interested candidates."

Already, ABCHI is one of the world's largest home inspection franchises with nearly 200 branches throughout Canada and the United States. Additionally, the company has grown into New Zealand, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and Poland.

Redfern started the home inspection business in Canada in 2007, remarkably turning it into the largest home inspection franchise in that country after only two years of franchising. His track record of success stems from his remarkable attention to detail. Every ABCHI inspector is insured and certified above licensing standards, going beyond what the government requires of independent home inspectors.

For more information about A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections and franchise opportunities in Latin America, email Eduardo Angulo at  or Victor Daccarett at 

About A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections

A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections (ABCHI) is a franchise business meeting the huge demand for home inspections. The company is rapidly expanding throughout the United States, Canada and worldwide, on a path to become the world's largest home inspection company. By focusing on developing and maintaining local, trust-based relationships with its customers, ABCHI is creating a home inspection business unlike any other. Currently, there are nearly 200 franchises across Canada, the United States and dozens more internationally. For or more information, please visit

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