I’ve been on the east coast for several days and out of touch. Will be back next week. Talked to Mike Pritchett on Wednesday PM - he’s been called up for the storm in Florida. He’ll be out of contact for awhile.
In response to Nicks comments about the board - hes 100% right. NACHI probably submitted no names for the Home Inspection Board. How could he?? Read the law.
I have it at home, but not with me - BUT - The original Kansas Bill required a potential Board member from the home inspection sector to have been in business maybe 3 years and 300 inspections (don’t remember exactly). SOMEONE helping realtors write the Bill we’re told, got that reworded to say a home inspector member of the Board needed 5 years in business and 1,000 inspections to qualify for the Board.
That basically eliminated **MOST **of the rural or small town inspectors (a rural inspector doing 75-85 inspections a year and in business for 12 years would not qualify for the Board). In Kansas this eliminated ALMOST every group of inspectors - other than ASHI - and it did not EVEN have to use association specific language to accomplish the task.
In looking at the make-up of our state inspection associations, ANYONE working with ALL associations as “brothers-in-arms” would immediately recognize that fact, and realize he was screwing the other groups and setting the Board make-up to be totally 1-sided.
No wait, that can’t possibly be - Heck, even a dog could see that!!!
We must be lying again …