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Originally posted by Chris Bernhardt

While we await Kurts next generation report, would anyone like to share their vision of the future of HI reporting?

Links dijour (everything you wanted to know about the problem but was afraid to ask) or just enough explanation to make a decision to pass it onto a repair person, multiple formats?

Chris, Oregon

I predict that reports will continue to become less useful to homebuyers as states continue to legislate their contents.

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Originally posted by Chris Bernhardt

While we await Kurts next generation report, would anyone like to share their vision of the future of HI reporting?

Links dijour (everything you wanted to know about the problem but was afraid to ask) or just enough explanation to make a decision to pass it onto a repair person, multiple formats?

Chris, Oregon

I predict that one day a home buyer will go on line, Google Map the house address, Google will scan the house from space, and issue a building condition report that includes the health of the homeowners, history of utility costs, tax records, building permit history, etc.. ,all for three equal payments of $29, but if you act now, you only have to pay two payments...

Shortly after that, the spam ads will attact your Email with deals from moving companies, contractors, supermarkets, etc..

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I honestly believe there will be a variation of Hockstein's vision.

There's already a couple realtors groups in Chicago working to create "databased" inspection reports. You'll just go online to get the report.

It will work for a while. Then, word will get around that the realtors inspectors suck, and it will flounder. The bubble bust is finally getting the idea through that the entire (current) real estate transaction model is a POS, completely weighted to the commissionee (realtor). Folks aren't gonna suck teat anymore, or at least, not in as large a numbers.

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