AAAHI State and Local Political Advocacy
In order to flourish in the market you need someone on your side dedicated to promoting and preserving your needs on the state and local level.
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ATI keeps you updated on the latest state & local legislation to comply with home inspector requirements in your state and remain an indispensable resource to realtors and homeowners.
For more than a decade realtors have made home inspector licensure a priority in the state of Ohio - and it's finally come to fruition. Governer John
The 86th Legislative Session of the Texas Real Estate Commission is currently in its 2018-2019 review cycle. Issues at hand: Texas should consider re
Wis. Act 338, effective July 1, 2018, modified the home inspector statute, Wis. Stat. Chap. 440, to create consistency between the offer to purchase a
The Department of Commerce, Economic Development and Community in Alaska are proposing changes to occupational license fees charged to home inspectors
Buyers and sellers routinely spar over the meaning of "dispute" and what property conditions constitute them. Inconsistency between the standard
Steps have been taken moving Ohio closer to licensing home inspectors - proposed legislation has been drawn up by the Ohio House Economic Development,
Hawaii is considering regulating the home inspection market. Currently there are no requirements for home inspectors to obtain licenses. Senator Will
Starting January 1st, 2018 California is requiring all homes sold that have a pool must be evaluated for certain safety features to prevent drowning.
Home inspectors in Virginia are now required to be licensed. Any realtor who recommends an unlicensed home inspectors may be liable. View the mo
At the July 14 AHIB meeting it was determined membership in referral groups such as Business Network International (BNI), or other types of groups, is
The Colorado State Senate narrowly killed a bill (in a 5-4 vote) that would have set requirements to practice home inspection in the state of Colorado