Blame the agent! That's what happens when your inspector finds defects that really don't exist, or worse... misses defects that really do exist. Keep your clients happy after the closing by encouraging them to use a NACHI certified home inspector. All NACHI inspectors have to pass NACHI's Inspector Exam every year, complete an Ethics Obstacle Course, take a Standards of Practice Quiz, fulfill Continuing Education requirements, have access to advisory boards, and use a time-tested Agreement which includes a real estate agent hold-harmless clause, keeping them and you out of court. Don't hurt your own clients and your own referral business with an uncertified inspector. Do yourself and your client a favor... use only NACHI certified home inspectors. NACHI, the best home inspectors in the world.
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
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Apr 29, 2015 12:11 PM
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