Originally Posted By: kluce
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I have a feeling there isn’t going to be much thought put into the laws of home inspections. 6 months till July 2004 when legislation gave them to inform us of what the details are and the board hasn’t even been selected. Piss poor if you ask me. Everything is going to be rushed and when they are done, then anyone that has to adapt to the new laws will take time also. 18 months and counting till we have to be license.
Sorry, I'm upset at this time. I had heard on the news that the government promotes the large companies to do the right thing by reward. This way they are not required to do it but there is a benefit if they do. While everyone else just has to do it and if they don't, there is a penalty. Taking more money out of my pocket. I figured that if the rules to becoming a home inspector is the same as IL, then it will cost me $5000 for two weeks of classes, the test and loss of work. ![icon_evil.gif](upload://1gvq2wV2azLs27xp71nuhZOKiSI.gif)
I called the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency and they have no idea of what's going on with the home inspection field and the person that might
know something hasn't called me back for two day. I'll have time later today to give them a call back to see why.
There's my 500 bucks. Two cents doesn't get you anywhere anymore.