Internet certification tarnishes inspectors’ reputation

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Dear Barry, I am curious to know why you fail to mention an up-standing organization such as The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) in any of your articles. I am a "certified" member and proud of it. We are required to pass an annual exam and to produce yearly evidence of continuing education. While I enjoy your articles, and even find them educational, I'm wondering if you are enticed by other organizations because of either ignorance or lack of diligence. Why don't you give NACHI the respect that it deserves? --David, member #04101694 Dear David, Please be assured that no disrespect for NACHI was ever intended. The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors is a relatively new organization, compared to the American Society of Home Inspection (ASHI), the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI), and the California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA), all of which were founded in the 1970s. NACHI may be a very worthy and respectable associati...