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ISHI and NACHI announce new alliance.


Contacts: Nick Gromicko - www.nachi.org - nick.gromicko@nachi.org

Bill Springer - www.ishionline.org - ishi.support@ishionline.org


Valley Forge, PA: NACHI, the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors, the world's largest home inspection association and ISHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, a New Orleans-based, non-profit trade association representing more than 1,200 home inspectors from around the world, are pleased to announce that they have formed a new strategic partnership with each other.

The new alliance is designed to provide added benefits to ISHI and NACHI members alike, with free, one-year membership enrollment across organizational lines including life, medical, and disability insurance benefits and a host of other new exciting opportunities to help alliance members sustain, fortify, and expand their home inspection businesses.

"We're very excited to welcome the members of ISHI into the NACHI family," said NACHI's Executive Director Nick Gromicko. "This partnership promises to strengthen our mission of ensuring world-class standards of practice, as well as adding intrinsic value - not only to home inspection professionals - but also to the homebuyers, sellers, and real estate professionals that rely on us for honest, consistent, and objective services."

The terms of the alliance include induction of Nick Gromicko to ISHI's Board as the Director of International Relations and the appointment of ISHI's Greg Mangiaracina as NACHI's Director of Affinity Development.

Details of the new ISHI/NACHI alliance are being finalized as this announcement goes to press and will be shared with ISHI and NACHI members as soon as they are finalized. For more information contact ISHI's Executive Director Bill Springer at ISHI.Support@ishionline.org or Nick Gromicko at Nick.Gromicko@nachi.org

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Lets remember that this is not the franchise we were talking about in a previous (deleted?) thread. However, there still is that "fair and balanced" thing. FYI...I've posted the following on the NACHI site...


Why is this in the Canadian section?

I also think some of our members are going to have a little trouble with the ISHI SOP which require the inspector to report "The positive attributes" of components.

http://www.ishionline.org/ISHIwebDev.ns ... .10.03.pdf

Part of the "fair and balanced" thing I guess, but it smells a little of "selling" the home rather than just doing an inspection. Can we have someone from ISHI explain that requirement?

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  • 10 months later...


You probably won't get much of an argument here, but we find it more productive not to dwell on this here. We used to allow ourselves to get wrapped around the axle with it a lot and it just got too nasty. We all know what's what with these organizations and the guys on IN spend days attacking each other over it.

I say, if they want to spend endless hours dissing each other let 'em, so long as they keep that crap out of our nice quiet little corner of the home inspecting world. Deal?



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