New Jersey Chapter meets to rewrite NJ Home Inspection Law February 25th, 2004

 

EVERYONE is cordially invited to the first legislative meeting of the New Jersey Chapter of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), Wednesday, February 25th at 6pm.  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 ($20 for dinner).

The purpose of this meeting is:

1.  To introduce the NJ Chapter of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors.

2.  To discuss what new changes to the NJ Home Inspection law InterNACHI is preparing to propose.

3.  To request help (financial and otherwise) for our newly hired NJ lobbyist in getting our proposed changes enacted into law.

4.  To plan our strategy for the future as home inspectors in NJ.

 

Lots of free stuff:

 

 RSVP with me at nick.gromicko@nachi.org if you plan to attend.  There is no charge but dinner is $20.

Dues:  There are currently no dues required to join this New Jersey InterNACHI Chapter.  You need not join to attend.  All free except for your dinner: $20.

Place: 

Ramada
399 Monmouth Street
East Windsor, NJ
(609) 448-7000

It is just off of the NJ Turnpike at exit 8.
Map

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

 This Chapter and meeting were put together by InterNACHI member:

Phil Hinman
Clementon, NJ

(856) 784-2835
phinman845@comcast.net

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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