Originally Posted By: gromicko
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NACHI is sending out letters to members in several states that require E&O insurance to perform home inspections. The letter will ask you to acknowledge that you carry E&O insurance ONLY IF YOUR STATE REQUIRES IT. If you do not have E&O insurance IN A STATE THAT REQUIRES IT, you will be made invisible to the public on our sites including www.findaninspector.us You will still be a member, but invisible to the public.
If you don't have E&O insurance in a state that DOESN'T require it... simply disregard.
You need not worry about this if you are in most states (most states do not require E&O insurance). This is only for members in those states that require insurance to perform home inspections.
If you are unsure if your state requires you to carry E&O insurance, visit: http://www.nachi.org/eorequirements.htm
No one is being kicked out of NACHI so don't start freaking out on me.
And of course, new inspectors should not purchase E&O insurance until just before they perform their first fee-paid inspection. No sense in paying on a premium you are not using.