New CMI Qualification starting Jan. 1, 2008
A new qualification has been added to the list of CMI conditions and will go into
affect Jan. 1, 2008. This new condition of approval will be for all NEW applicants
only (it does not affect current CMI’s).
See highlighted item in list below:
The Master Inspector Certification Board, Inc. is a non-profit 501©(6),
tax-exempt organization dedicated to promoting excellence in the inspection industry. The Board holds the registered Trademark [FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Verdana, Sans Serif]Certified Master Inspector® FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Verdana, Sans Serif[/FONT][/FONT], the inspection industry’s top professional designation, and awards it qualifying inspectors who have demonstrated a high level of competency by:
[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Verdana, Sans Serif]Completing 1,000 fee-paid inspections or hours of inspection-related continuing education (combined) in their lifetime.[/FONT]
Proving they’ve been in the inspection business for at least 3 years. Abiding by the industry’s toughest Code of Ethics.
Substantially following a Board approved Standards of Practice.
Submitting to a criminal background check.
Applying for Board certification by signing the affidavit in front of a Notary.
See CMI web page:
Thank you for your patience, as the details of this change have been resolved, and it is
now time for the change. The new 3 year qualification will be good for consumers and
[FONT=Arial][size=2]The following details about the new qualification can be found on the CMI appliation at
Have been in the inspection business for at least 3 years and supply proof by submitting
ONE of the following:
a. A copy of your government issued inspector’s license demonstrating that you were an inspector 3 or more years ago, or…
b. A copy of your business license demonstrating that you were an inspector 3 or more years ago, or…
c. Evidence that demonstrates that you were a member of an inspection association 3 or more years ago, or…
d. A copy of the first page of your inspection business tax return from 3 or more years ago, or…
e. A copy of a DBA document demonstrating that you were an inspector 3 or more years ago or…
f. 3 signed letters from business people or past clients stating that you were an inspector 3 or more years ago.