NACHI Report Review Update!

Originally Posted By: jbowman
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Attention All Members,


The NACHI Report Verification System has arrived. In the past NACHI
simply required new members to sign an affidavit of completion of 100
home inspections for full membership. From this day forward, each new
member and each current working member will be required to fill out this
form for Report Verification. All NACHI full members are encouraged to
fill out this form to alleviate the doubt associated with signed
affidavits. NACHI now requires the review of 25 of the 100 inspection
reports for compliance with the NACHI SOP.

This system coupled with our growing education and Continuing education
program, along with our new yearly continuing education requirements of
24 hours will propel NACHI to the head of the class in association
membership requirements. NACHI is now the leader in educational
requirements for association membership.

http://www.nachi.org/login.htm


Originally Posted By: rcooke
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jbowman wrote:
Attention All Members,

The NACHI Report Verification System has arrived. In the past NACHI
simply required new members to sign an affidavit of completion of 100
home inspections for full membership. From this day forward, each new
member and each current working member will be required to fill out this
form for Report Verification. All NACHI full members are encouraged to
fill out this form to alleviate the doubt associated with signed
affidavits. NACHI now requires the review of 25 of the 100 inspection
reports for compliance with the NACHI SOP.

This system coupled with our growing education and Continuing education
program, along with our new yearly continuing education requirements of
24 hours will propel NACHI to the head of the class in association
membership requirements. NACHI is now the leader in educational
requirements for association membership.

I think this should go out to all members as a email I do believe many do not look at the BB and then only some sections .


--
Roy Cooke Sr.

http://Royshomeinspection.com

Originally Posted By: tallen
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I have put the past behind me,


where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.


www.whiteglovehomeinspections.net

30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

Originally Posted By: jbushart
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Way to go, John. icon_biggrin.gif



Home Inspection Services of Missouri


www.missourihomeinspection.com


"We're NACHI. Get over it."

www.monachi.org

Originally Posted By: John Bowman
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Sorry guys, I forgot to add the link.


http://www.nachi.org/login.htm


Originally Posted By: rbrown1
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KUDO’s eh John!


NACHI on the move!


--
Bob Brown
President NACHI Du-Ka Chapter ON. Canada
NACHI Cell: 1-484-429-5465

ACISS Home Inspections
bob@aciss.biz

Certified Adult Training Services
www.certifiedadulttrainingservices.com
info@certifiedadulttrainingservices.com

Originally Posted By: tallen
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John,


One question.

What about folks in States that have an SOP that they must follow?

Take Texas for instance, don't they have a much stricter guideline that the HI's must follow?


--
I have put the past behind me,
where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.

www.whiteglovehomeinspections.net

30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

Originally Posted By: John Bowman
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Todd,


Good question. I don't believe they will have any problem meeting NACHI's SOP's.


Originally Posted By: tallen
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jbowman wrote:
Todd,

Good question. I don't believe they will have any problem meeting NACHI's SOP's.



I must follow the AZ ASH% SOP.

Hmmm, I guess I will start comparing the two.


Thanks John.


--
I have put the past behind me,
where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.

www.whiteglovehomeinspections.net

30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

Originally Posted By: rcooke
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rbrown1 wrote:
KUDO's eh John!

NACHI on the move!

Rob
Do you have Larry's phone number


--
Roy Cooke Sr.

http://Royshomeinspection.com

Originally Posted By: rbrown1
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You can get him through our number or I’ll have him contact you today.



Bob Brown


President NACHI Du-Ka Chapter ON. Canada


NACHI Cell: 1-484-429-5465


ACISS Home Inspections
bob@aciss.biz

Certified Adult Training Services
www.certifiedadulttrainingservices.com
info@certifiedadulttrainingservices.com

Originally Posted By: Blaine Wiley
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tallen wrote:
jbowman wrote:
Todd,

Good question. I don't believe they will have any problem meeting NACHI's SOP's.



I must follow the AZ ASH% SOP.

Hmmm, I guess I will start comparing the two.


Thanks John.


We require substantial compliance. If you are following a State SOP, you will be in substantial compliance. So far all states with licensure have standards close enough to ours to be considered substantially compliant.


Originally Posted By: jjackson
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When I click on the link it just takes me to the members only section. How can I get the form?



jj

Originally Posted By: John Bowman
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jjackson wrote:
When I click on the link it just takes me to the members only section. How can I get the form?


It is a password protected site. You must "Log In".

Go back to the link and "Log In".


Originally Posted By: dbush
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John, once you log into the members only section, log in to it, go the bottom of the choices, about 10 of them, one of them is report verification system.


Dave


--
Dave Bush
MAB Member

"LIFE'S TOUGH, WEAR A HELMET"

Originally Posted By: jhagarty
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jbowman wrote:
jjackson wrote:
When I click on the link it just takes me to the members only section. How can I get the form?


It is a password protected site. You must "Log In".

Go back to the link and "Log In".


Password Protected Site.

Who (Individually) has access to this information?


--
Joseph Hagarty

HouseMaster / Main Line, PA
joseph.hagarty@housemaster.com
www.householdinspector.com

Phone: 610-399-9864
Fax : 610-399-9865

HouseMaster. Home inspections. Done right.

Originally Posted By: John Bowman
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Webmaster.


Originally Posted By: mboyett
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I would be happy to provide a zip file or other electronic media of 100 inspection reports however I find it much too time consuming to have to manually enter 100 addresses, zip codes and dates. There must be a better way!



Mike Boyett


Capital City Inspections


Austin, Tx


www.capcityinspections.com

Originally Posted By: John Bowman
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We are always open to suggestions. Submit your ideas to webmaster@nachi.org


Right now it is the only system that we have that is set up to automatically send emails, etc. Besides the report review system randomly selects 25 of your 100 reports for verification.

The beauty of the system is that you can add a little at a time or all at once. You make the decision. For those just beginning they can add each inspection as they are completed.

This system may require a little more work on your end, but a lot less on NACHI's end. Besides it is a one time thing.


Originally Posted By: mboyett
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No John, it’s a 100 time thing. I’ll have to admit this is not a very high priority for me and maybe I’ll get to it sometime in the future just like all the other folks will. Let me predict…this will not succeed. I wish I did have another suggestion as to how to make it easier to comply but I don’t. That should be something the webmaster should address.



Mike Boyett


Capital City Inspections


Austin, Tx


www.capcityinspections.com