Ok I just got a message through InterNACHI from a property Management company that makes me feel a little uneasy. I wanted to get some other opinions of it. See below let me know what you think.
“Good afternoon. I am looking for someone that can do a visual - walk-through inspection on a multifamily property located in Alliance OH. This inspection would include interior/exterior review with pictures and completion of a 1 page inspection report form. Fee is $170.00 and would need to be completed and returned by end of day 1/15/20. If you are interested, please email me for additional information. Thank you.”
There is no way I will obliged their request. It seems at best unethical for them to try and take control of what a home inspection consistists of and what is reported on. (the absurdity of the price goes without saying) Seems they’re creating their own inspection report format and trying to farm out unwitting home inspectors to put their credentials on the line for peanuts. So do you guys think this is just unethical or is this approaching illegal?