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International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, Inc. is a non-profit organization helping home inspectors achieve financial success and maintain inspection excellence. Visit NACHI to find information about great new inspection techniques and devices, inspection laws, and what it takes to become a certified home inspector.


American Society of Home InspectorsThe American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc. (ASHI) is a non-profit organization and was established in 1976. ASHI is the largest national professional organization of home inspectors with members throughout the United States and Canada.


National Association of Home InspectorsThe National Association of Home Inspectors, Inc. (NAHI) was established in 1987 as a non-profit association to promote and develop certified and licensed home inspectors in the home inspection industry. NAHI strives to promote excellence and professionalism in the Home Inspection industry; to provide home inspector standards of practice and a code of ethics for home inspectors in the USA.

Housing Inspection FoundationThe Housing Inspection Foundation (HIF) is an organization of professionals dedicated to the promotion and development of Home Inspection. The Housing Inspection Foundation was created to provide members with Information, Education, Standards, Ethics, and Professional Recognition.


National Academy of Building Inspection EngineersThe National Academy of Building Inspection Engineers (NABIE) is a society which accepts as members only state-registered Professional Engineers specializing in the practice of building inspections.


National Institute of Building InspectorsThe National Institute of Building Inspectors (NIBI) has provided educational and training programs for the home inspection industry and related professions since 1987. NIBI evolved from training programs and is recognized as one of the oldest home inspection training institutes.




State Home Inspector Organizations

California Real Estate Inspection AssociationThe California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA) is a voluntary, nonprofit public-benefit organization of real estate inspectors. Founded in 1976, CREIA provides education, training and support services to its members and the real estate community. CREIA'S Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice are recognized by the California Business and Professions Codes and are considered the standard of care by the real estate industry and legal profession in the state.


Connecticut Association of Home InspectorsThe Connecticut Association of Home Inspectors was established in 1992 by home inspectors forming an organized group of professional home inspectors throughout Connecticut. CAHI is the largest independent home inspector organization in the state, providing top monthly and continuing educational seminars that meet the requirements set forth by the Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board.


Georgia Association of Home InspectorsThe Georgia Association of Home Inspectors (GAHI) promotes higher standards for professional home inspectors since its inception in 1989. The State of Georgia does not license home inspectors. The GAHI's membership requirements some of the most stringent in the country, help fill this void.


Kentucky Real Estate Inspection AssociationThe Kentucky Real Estate Inspection Association, Inc. (KREIA) formed in 1992. Its purpose is to promote customer service through its Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. Also maintain high standards of conduct for its members and provide its members with education and training opportunities.


Minnesota Society of Home InspectorsThe Minnesota Society of Home Inspectors was established in 1979. The MSHI is a not-for-profit society of private, licensed, fee-paid home inspectors encourages continuing education on a monthly basis.


Nevada Association of Professional Property InspectorsSouthern Nevada Association of Professional Property Inspectors (SNAPPI) is a non-profit organization that requires all home inspectors to have errors & omissions insurance and general liability. Nevada is one of the few states that have licensing for home inspectors of structures.


North Carolina Licensed Home Inspector AssociationThe North Carolina Licensed Home Inspector Association (NCLHIA) a non-profit organization formed in 1997. Home Inspectors are licensed by meeting stringent requirements set by the State of North Carolina and passing a comprehensive examination administered by the Home Inspector Licensure Board.


Pennsylvania Home Inspectors CoalitionThe Pennsylvania Home Inspectors Coalition (PHIC) was formed to promote standards of professionalism in the home inspection profession and act as a unified representative voice, on a state level. The PHIC monitors new legislation, that will affect the home inspection profession or consumers, and confers with State and local legislators.


Texas Association of Real Estate InspectorsThe Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors (TAREI) was formed in 1977. TAREI promotes a professional code of ethics for its members, reviews and upgrades minimum standards, provides recommendations to the Texas Real Estate Commission, and conducts continuing education programs for all home inspectors.


Virginia Association of Real Estate Inspectors  The Virginia Association of Real Estate Inspectors From its inception in 2000, VAREI has been the professional association of, by and for Virginia home inspectors. During the fast paced legislative session of 2001,VAREI leadership sought the opinions of the membership on important issues and acted upon them. In the subsequent regulatory promulgation meetings VAREI leadership has actively advocated for Virginia inspectors. Membership in VAREI is clearly a way of protecting professional inspector interests and the interests of the public.

 

Wisconsin Association of Home InspectorsThe Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors (WAHI) is a non-profit association dedicated to promoting and developing the home inspection industry within the State of Wisconsin. WAHI goal is to maintain high standards of conduct in the home inspection profession as expressed in the State of Wisconsin Standards of Practice and the Association Code of Ethics.

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