Long Island InterNACHI Chapter meeting April 21st., 2004 All welcome.

Update:  Gary Johnson from the InterNACHI Foundation in MD and our own Joe Farsetta attended and made the evening a success.

EVERYONE is cordially invited to the next meeting of the Long Island Chapter of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), Wednesday, April 21st. at 6:30pm.  New and veteran home inspectors, as well as members of all other associations, are all welcome-you need not be a member of InterNACHI.  Anyone interested in home inspections can attend.  Dress casual if you like, as our meetings are informal and fun, the way they should be.  Spouses welcome.  Come hungry!

This meeting is FREE and open to all.

1. Nick Gromicko, REALTOR, ad agency owner & Executive Director of InterNACHI will discuss: 

  • Marketing your home inspection service to real estate agents.
  • Raising your prices when your competition charges less.
  • Converting every call into a scheduled inspection.

 

2.  InterNACHI attorney Joe Ferry, REALTOR, S.O.P. Committee member, InterNACHI Arbitration Service head, and legal counsel for InterNACHI will discuss:

  • InterNACHI's new Arbitration Service for resolving disputes.
  • Staying out of trouble and court.
  • Asset protection devices.

3.  Jim Kane, Director of Professional Certified Applicators of Long Island and President of Kane Exterminating Corp will discuss:

  • State & Federal requirements for various wood destroying organism reports.
  • How to avoid litigation.
  • The newest trend in bait systems.

 

4.  Lots of free stuff:

 

5.  A great dinner, drinks, desserts:

6.  Free marketing help:  After the meeting I will stay and help any inspector one-on-one, so bring your flyers/brochures for us to work on.  I will also be available the next morning during breakfast.   If you can't make the meeting you should visit https://www.nachi.org/success_tips.htm for some free money making home inspection tips. 

 RSVP with me at nick.gromicko@nachi.org if you plan to attend.  There is no charge but dinner is $32

 Dues:  There are currently no dues required to join this Long Island Chapter.  You need not join to attend.  All free except for your dinner: $32.

Place:  

56 Fighter Group Restaurant
Republic Airport
Route 110, Gate #1
East Farmingdale, New York  11735
(631) 694-8280

Directions:

From Southern State Parkway, Long Island:

Southern State Parkway To Exit 32 and Route 110. Stay on route 110 for approximately two miles. You will see Polytechnic University on your right. Make first right after the University. You will see the sign for the restaurant. Follow this road straight back to the restaurant.

From the Long Island Expressway:

Long Island Expressway To Exit 49 South to Route 110. Follow Route 110 approximately three miles. You’ll see Adventure Land on your left, continue, go under the overpass, continue until you see Republic Airport on your left. Once you see the planes on your left, you will see the sign for the restaurant on your left. Make a left and follow this road straight back to the restaurant.

From Northern State Parkway:

Northern state parkway to exit 40 South to Route 110. Follow route 110 approximately four miles and follow the same directions as from the Long Island Expressway.

Everyone is welcome to attend this open-door free home inspection event. 

 This Chapter and meeting were put together by members:

James Ruppert
Safe Harbor Inspections, Inc.
Huntington, NY
(631) 275-8080
jimruppert@safeharborinspections.com

and

Leonard E. Ungar
All Around Home Inspections
Based in Bayport, NY
(631) 495-5177
allaround@optonline.net

Questions?  Email Nick Gromicko at nick.gromicko@nachi.org

I hope to see you there!

Nick Gromicko
Executive Director
International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
nick.gromicko@nachi.org
www.nachi.org
 
 
PS: Attendance counts as 1 hour toward InterNACHI member continuing education requirements.  You need not be a member to attend.  All welcome.
 
 
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