Serving the Twin Cities Metro and surrounding area — including Wisconsin

Jeff Blixt

Jeff Blixt

President and Owner

Work Experience

Jeff Blixt earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Augsburg College in 1977. His senior year he completed an internship buying investment properties for a local company and shortly there rafter became licensed as a Real Estate Agent in Minnesota. In 1983 he joined ERA Mortgage Corporation as a Mortgage Banker and was soon promoted as the Production Manager overseeing the origination of mortgages by other loan officers.. In the fall of 1990 he started his inspection career as the Marketing Director for Inspecta-Homes, Minnesota and Western Wisconsin’s First and largest professional Home Inspection Company. He became licensed as a Truth-in-Housing Evaluator for Minneapolis and St. Paul shortly thereafter. He is a member of The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and a current board member of the local chapter. He currently serves as Vice President of The Minnesota Society of Home Inspectors (MSHI) as well. In 2004 he became an Arbitrator for Construction Arbitration Services, performing arbitration hearings in the Minneapolis and St. Paul metropolitan area. He has taught continuing education classes to the Real Estate Industry for several years including time spent as an Instructor for Kaplan Professional Schools.

Since 1990, Jeff has completed several hundred hours of continuing education in the home inspection industry. He is the President/Owner of Inspecta-Homes, manages 12 full time inspectors and oversees in excess of 5000 various types of home inspections each year. Inspecta-Homes has performed over 150,000 home inspections locally since 1982.


  • American Society of Home Inspectors – Certified Inspector
  • Minnesota Society of Home Inspectors – Vice President
  • Midwest Association of Home Inspectors


  • Bachelor of Arts degree from Augsburg College
  • Trade seminars and classes

City/State Licenses

  • Minneapolis
  • St. Paul
  • Maplewood
  • Minnesota Radon Measurement