NACHI Real Estate Newsletter

Appearently not.

I believe this is a selected mailing. None of my persons in Chicago received anything either,to my knowledge never have. Noble

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Re: NACHI Real Estate Newsletter
Originally Posted by inxil
The newsletter finished sending at 7:20 AM EST today. I’m glad to hear there has already been a positive response.

I never received the newsletter? I uploaded my email address to track when newsletters were being sent out. Was the newsletter sent to all uploaded email addresses?

Dale Noble
Durham-Kawartha Chapter

All Canadian Inspection & Safety Services

Appearently not.

I believe this is a selected mailing. None of my persons in Chicago received anything either,to my knowledge never have.


I would also like to know the answer to your question. I also uploaded my email address and did not receive a copy.](“”)

how or where do I go to see a copy of the most recent newsletter?

Three Deadly Mistakes Every Home Buyer Should Avoid

Deadly Mistake #1: Thinking you can’t afford it
Today, buying the home of your dreams is easier than ever before. Many people who thought that buying the home they wanted was simply out of their reach are now enjoying a new lifestyle in their very own new home.
Buying a home is the smartest financial decision you will ever make. In fact, most American and Canadian home owners would be financially broke at retirement if it weren’t for one saving grace - the equity in their home. Furthermore, mortgage rates are more flexible today than ever and tax allowances favor home ownership.
Real estate values have always risen steadily. Of course there are peaks and valleys, but the long term the trend is a consistent increase. This means that every month when you make a mortgage payment the amount that you owe on the home goes down and the value typically increases. This owe less-worth more situation is called equity build-up and is the reason you can’t afford not to buy.
Even if you have little money for a down payment or credit problems, chances are that you can still buy that new home. It just comes down to knowing the right strategies, and working with the right people. See below.
Deadly Mistake #2: Not hiring a buyer’s agent to represent you
Buying property is a complex and stressful task. In fact, it is often the biggest single investment you will make in your lifetime. At the same time, real estate transactions have become increasingly complicated. New technology, laws, procedures and competition from other buyers require buyer agents to perform at an ever-increasing level of professionalism. For many home buyers, the process turns into a terrible, stressful ordeal. In addition, making the wrong decisions can end up costing you thousands of dollars. It does not have to be this way!
Work with a buyer’s agent who has a keen understanding of the real estate business and who is on your side. Buyer’s agents have a fiduciary duty to you. That means they are loyal to only you and are obligated to look out for your best interests. Buyer’s agents can help you find the best home, the best lender and the best inspector. Best of all, in most cases, the buyer’s agent is paid out of the seller’s commission, even though he/she works for you.
Trying to buy a home without an agent at all is, well… unthinkable.
Deadly Mistake #3: Getting a cheap inspection
Buying a home is probably the most expensive purchase you will ever make. This is no time to shop for a cheap inspection. The cost of a home inspection is very small relative to the home being inspected. The additional cost of hiring a certified inspector is almost insignificant. As a home buyer, you have recently been crunching the numbers, negotiating offers, adding up closing costs, shopping for mortgages and trying to get the best deals. Do not stop now. Do not let your real estate agent, a patty-cake inspector or anyone else talk you into skimping here.
NACHI front-ends its membership requirements. NACHI turns down more than 1/2 the inspectors who want to join because they can’t fulfill the membership requirements.
NACHI certified inspectors perform the best inspections by far. NACHI certified inspectors earn their fees many times over. They do more, they deserve more, and yes they generally charge a little more. Do yourself a favor…and pay a little more for the quality inspection you deserve.
Feel free to download this article as printer-friendly PDF brochure]( You can reproduce it and make it part of your real estate information packet.
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Met an agent today who received the e-newsletter. He thought it was great. He didn’t order the inspection, the buyer did. But I did get another inspection order from him for next week. While I’m inspecting, he needs an electrician for another job. I have him check my website links of interest for a referral, “He’s on his wireless notebook”. Before finding the links of interest, He found the smoke alarm page on my website, which shows the NACHI Safe House Foundation Photo Ad of the Fireman regarding the visual smoke alarm program. He asks, is this you or the NACHI organization. I tell him NACHI, check out the website. He’ll be using the NACHI website and hopefully me a lot in the near future. To me, this is the entire program in a nut shell. E-newsletter exposure, causes agents, buyers, sellers, lenders, insurance agents, whomever to think NACHI or an individual inspector. If they start to use the NACHI website and or inspector search engines that’s another chance for one of us to get an inspection. When the public thinks online real estate, is “Hit” rated #1. When the real estate buying public thinks home inspection, why not NACHI as “Hit” #1

That’s what we are doing here…giving input.

If you didn’t receive the newsletter make sure it wasn’t caught by your “junk” filter and please visit to make sure that you have the correct e-mail address in the system. If neither is the case let me know what address you expected to receive it at and I’ll look into it further.



The message was not in my junk folder. My email address is, and I verified it in my newsletter database. Let me know what you find out.