InterNACHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics
About the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)
InterNACHI is the world’s largest property inspection organization for residential and commercial property inspectors. InterNACHI’s Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics is applicable to all it’s members!
InterNACHI is a nonprofit association providing training, certification, and Continuing Education for its members. This includes property inspectors, licensed real estate agents, and building contractors. Furthermore, InterNACHI provides its members with business training, software products, marketing services, and many other membership benefits.
Advantages of having Property Inspector Standards and Codes of Ethics
Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics for InterNACHI Property Inspectors
As a member, I follow comprehensive Standards of Practice for Residential Inspections and am bound by a strict Code of Ethics. Furthermore, InterNACHI is the only association worldwide that provides me with a Standards of Practice for Commercial Property Inspections. This guarantees that my clients get an inspection and a report that meets the high standards set by InterNACHI.
InterNACHI Inspection blog and property inspector forums
I take part in the exchange of professional experiences and ideas with other InterNACHI-certified inspectors to support each other.
Furthermore, InterNACHI maintains an industry blog, inspection forums and local chapters in support of this swapping of information. In addition, InterNACHI provides me with the means of direct and membership-wide interaction with other inspectors. This furthers my understanding of my particular role in the inspection industry and how best to serve you, my client.
Above all, this cross-communication enhances my ability, as a property inspector, to build my business and develop specialised ancillary property inspection services for you.
Advantages for homebuyers and homeowners
In fulfilling InterNACHI’s primary objective of training and mentoring me and other inspector members, the association’s broader mission is also to inform and advise home buyers and homeowners about maintenance issues in their homes. This helps homeowners understand the functions, materials, systems and components of their properties. Furthermore, maintenance is not covered by homeowner’s insurance policies. Therefore, homeowners have the responsibility to conduct regular maintenance checks and to do the necessary maintenance to protect their investment.
My duty as an Internachi certified property inspector
In addition, as an InterNACHI property inspector, my commitment is to provide consistent, accessible and trusted information to you about the condition of the properties you wish to have inspected.
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