Originally Posted By: Nick Gromicko
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consumers who were steered away from uncertified inspectors either by their stupid real estate agent, the indirect effect of stupid legislation, or false advertising (the most egregious being when an inspector says he’s a member of the world’s largest home inspection association when in fact he’s not a member of NACHI).
Anyway... these uncertified inspectors are often licensed or have passed a state licensing exam. Most exams are inferior to http://www.nachi.org/aboutexam.htm
My personal group of consumer victims of these uncertified inspectors have provided me with a enormous pile of information and stand ready to support our consumer advocacy efforts. Since the Clemons issue (the lady who was forced to move her family into a tent in her yard outside her $400,000.00 house because it was condemned AFTER an uncertified inspector said it was OK to purchase) I have treated this huge volume of information as a nuclear weapon and not publicized it (though many of these victims beg me to).
And so long as no other association or exam administering organization bothers NACHI... I will continue to restrain myself. ![icon_twisted.gif](upload://xjO326gspdTNE5QS3UTl0a0Rtvy.gif)
I much prefer email to private messages.