FREE Inspection Business Success Event**
InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, and Michigan’s Consumers Energy Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® Program would like to invite you to a roundtable discussion lead by Affordable Comfort Incorporated (ACI), a national nonprofit organization advancing the understanding of the importance of building performance and overall energy efficiency.
This roundtable discussion is intended to bring together professionals with a stake in residential property inspections, home building, sales and financing in order to advance the understanding of the value and importance of energy efficient measures as they may pertain to existing stakeholder business models.
November 16, 2011
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Happy Hour and networking after 5:30)
The Metropolitan Hotel - Troy
5500 Crooks Road
Troy, MI 48098
WHO WILL BE ATTENDING:
- Home inspectors
- Real estate agents
- Home energy professionals
- Energy auditors
- learn how home inspectors can be leveraged to educate homeowners about saving energy and motivate them into action;
- gain a general understanding of Home Performance with ENERGY STAR;
- understand the financing and rebate options available to homeowners who participate in the Consumers Energy Program;
- participate in a discussion with a panel of key valuation stakeholders including appraisers, real estate professionals, inspectors, and financial institutions on the issues associated with valuing energy efficient features; and
- join Happy Hour and networking following the Roundtable.
** RESERVE YOUR SEAT:**
Please RSVP with David Pietryla at 517-768-6302 or via e-mail at
to reserve your seat!
ACI is the national leader in providing building science information and best practices in the area of building performance and efficiency to key stakeholders, as the Home Performance industry continues to evolve and become the preferred model for residential energy efficiency.
InterNACHI is helping to put Michigan’s skilled professionals back to work by supporting and providing home energy inspection programs that effectively reach homeowners, educate them about their homes’ condition, teach them about saving energy and motivate them to invest in home energy upgrades. For more information about InterNACHI Home Energy Inspections, visit http://www.nachi.org/home-energy-inspection.htm.