Now that I have Google’s attention and am certain to have some of my favorite used house salesmen from Kansas City tuning in…let me tell you a quick story.
I did an inspection close to KC on Tuesday…a $255,000 (list price) home with a bulging brick veneer front exterior, termite damaged, cracked and split floor joists in the basement, and wet and moldy insulation under the cantilevered bay window (no rain on inspection day) that was recently installed to replace the other that rotted out. My report, with a few other observations, read accordingly.
Today, I got a call from a fellow NACHI member in KC who happened to be in the seller’s realtor’s office when he was on the phone gathering up his handpicked contractors to go to the house, today, and discredit my report. He took a wild (and accurate) guess that the home inspector being maligned and disparaged was me, and he was correct.
They couldn’t do it. The report stands as written.
These are the same unethical, criminal slugs who duped their legislature in Kansas to think that they needed to control the home inspector in order to protect the consumer. Today…they collectively attempted to gang rape a consumer to save themselves a sales commission.
To those of you slimeballs who are reading this…you have three guesses as to which finger I am holding up, right now.
The many of you who make the honest and reputable real estate professional in your city look dishonest are scum.
I return you, now, to your regularly scheduled Kansas real estate sales commercial…