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7/2/2009 Webinar Podcast
The Peer Review Committee is a member benefit and will act as a third party reviewer, reviewing home inspection reports anonymously, for SOP compliance and effective communication.
If you wish to have your report reviewed, please submit your report to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remove any identifying attributes (your name, address, license #, etc.) then NCLHIA Staff will review and remove any identifying attributes that you may have missed and will forward to the Peer Review Committee. The PRC will review your report and offer analysis to NCLHIA staff. NCLHIA staff will then forward the analysis to you.
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NC Senate Bill 1007: The Effects on NC Home Inspectors
As of October 1996, all home inspections in North Carolina must be performed by a North Carolina Licensed Home Inspector. Licensure is accomplished by meeting stringent requirements set by the State of North Carolina and passing a comprehensive examination administered by the Home Inspector Licensure Board.
A home inspection is an objective, visual examination of a home's structure, systems and mechanical systems. Think of it like having a personal physical check-up that includes blood pressure, reflexes, temperature, etc., only on the home.