That’s impressive. Getting close to 50% of the inspectors in the State. The largest group I know of in the history of Texas home inspection.
Wonder how long it will be before some areas will be able to say HI’s are a Dime a Dozen and the prices will start reflecting that?
I seen that happen 47 years ago in Florida with Carpenters. If you had a hammer, you were a Carpenter, Journeyman, not quite.
Home Inspector, Qualified, not quite.
I’m just seeing some resemblance here.
Already has been very evident in Texas for the past 5-10 years. “Drive-By” inspectors are everywhere.
A topic is being presented to the Commissioners at their February meeting. I suspect it will carry over to Sunset review in April. If TREC’s actions and recommendations over the past few months prevail drive-by inspections will stop and fees will increase well over $1,000 . . . maybe $5,000 or more. Inspector numbers will drop from 4,200 to 150. However, the number of inspections done to InterNACHI Standards will exceed 500,000.
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It’s starting to happen in my area, over the last year or two. A lot of it has to do with InterNachi making it easy and relatively cheap to become licensed in Illinois.
Are you referencing the E&O debacle (Defense Within Limits)?