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  • HOME INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION - CONTENTS: How to qualify or become certified as a professional home inspector. Membership procedures for ASHI the American Society of Home Inspectors. How to Find a Qualified Home Inspector. Advanced Home Inspection Education Articles, Classes, Standards, Ethics
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Home Inspector certification & licensing:

Here we provide links to detailed Information about qualifying as a Certified Home Inspector by becoming a member of ASHI, the American Society of Home Inspectors.

ASHI, the American Society of Home Inspectors is a national professional association of home inspectors and building professionals who examine and report on the physical condition of existing buildings, with focus on residential properties including single family homes and smaller multi-family dwellings.

ASHI certification requires a combination of education, specialized training in home inspection topics, experience, passing a certification exam, maintaining continuing education credits, and agreeing to abide by a national code of ethics for home inspectors.

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Contact ASHI by email, web, telephone or FAX to request a Candidate Application Packet.

For the latest procedures required to become an ASHI certified home inspector, see:

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