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Old 11/14/17, 2:49 PM
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Default Proposed inspection bill

Something I just read that's in the law. Current inspectors that have been in business for 3 or more years do not have to complete the 80 hours of training but DO have to take the national exam and having a peer review. What the hell is a peer review. Also, how will there be any peers if no one is considered a licensed inspector without a peer review. Maybe they will use real estate agents. Also, my favorite item in the law is there is no insurance requirements. Instead there will be a state run recovery fund to pay out judgments against inspectors. That's real cute. The license will be $250 for 3 years. I have no idea how they plan on funding any of this ****.

I have zero faith that this will be good for us in any way.




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Old 11/15/17, 4:46 AM
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Matt, Do you know when the next hearing is? I can't find anything on-line.



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Old 11/15/17, 9:23 AM
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Default Re: Proposed inspection bill

An initial peer review panel can be set up by an independent 3rd party entity. As an example when the NCA, now NHICC set up its peer review it was done through an ASHI group where the inspectors performed an onsite inspection of a home with know defects. One must report on 80% or better of those significant defects. General questions are typically asked of the inspectors where the panel represents the home buyer questioning general knowledge of inspections such as why the need of function for GFCI, etc.



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Old 11/16/17, 9:15 AM
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Btw: NCA = National Certification Authourity
NHICC = National Home Inspector Certification Authourity
A Canadian entity thing.......



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Old 11/18/17, 5:02 AM
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Sounds like a pain in the rear that costs money. Great, can't wait.
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