The American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc., recognizes that familiarity with state home inspector legislation and home inspector rules is integral. That’s why the ASHI Web site is the definitive resource for inspectors, consumers, real estate professionals and the media for information, advice and resources dedicated to home inspection. You’ll have a wealth of shared knowledge at your disposal, whether you’re looking for specific home inspector rules or anything else. Read on for state-by-state examples or call 1-800-743-ASHI (2744) for further details.
National Home Inspector Exam – General Information for Most States that Require the NHIE
For general questions about the National Home Inspector Exam, please contact the Examination Board of Professional Home Inspectors
To register for the NHIE follow the instructions below or check with your individual state.
For all states EXCEPT the states of Florida, Illinois, South Dakota and Washington will be taking their exams with PSI Exams
The state of Florida will be using Pearson Vue and Illinois, South Dakota and Washington will be using Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP)
Arizona Certification (Title 32, Chapter 1 enacted in 2002). The Arizona State Board of Technical Registration (BTR) certifies and regulates the practice of home inspectors. The law requires 80 hours of education, successful completion of the National Home Inspector Examination, and evidence of successfully completed home inspections. In addition, the law requires that certified home inspectors have one of the following financial assurances: 1) Errors and Omissions Insurance in the amount of $200,000 in the aggregate and $100,000 per occurrence, 2) a $25,000 bond or proof of assets in that amount, or 3) an alternate financial assurance mechanism approved by the BTR with a value of at least $25,000. The law states that loss of or failure to obtain financial assurance is grounds for revocation of certification.
For more specific information regarding certification requirements, please go to the BTR website and, under Regulations on the Table of Contents panel, click on “Applicable Statutes” (see A.R.S.§ 32-122.02 or “Applicable Rules” (see A.A.C. R4-30-247).
For further information, contact Manual Maltos, Home Inspector Certification Program administrator.
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