Originally Posted By: msaari
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I am confident that Mr.Accavittie will not be biased against ASHI or any private organization that it can extract money.
Mr. Accavettie is not going to be biased against any home inspection organization, because that would void the licensing benefit to the state.
The benefit would be to the state for two reasons. Control and Financial gain. Licensing would also replace our current right to work in this industry as home inspectors by legally turning it into a priviledge.
Prior to licensing in any field it is called a right to work. After licensing it becomes a priviledge granted to us by the state.
Our right to work in this industry after licensing becomes law will no longer be a right as it currently stands, but rather will become a privilege granted by the state provided the home inspector does two things.
1.) Pays his fee to belong to an organization
2.) Pays his licensing fee to the state.
And when we do these two things we loose a part of us that our forefathers gave their dear lives for. (Our Freedom)
I see no advantage to licensing and I am not for it at all.
Again, I belive that Mr. Accavitti will not be biased to ASHI or to any private organization.
I agree with you Nick.
Michael B. Saari
Oakland Home Inspections