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American Society Of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

Definition - What does American Society Of Home Inspectors (ASHI) mean?

The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is an organization for home inspectors all across America and Canada. This organization was founded in 1976 and has a goal of providing training, public awareness and education for home inspection. In the context of the law, homes commonly have to be inspected for safety, financial and/or insurance reasons. So, the American Society of Home Inspectors contributes to this industry.

Justipedia explains American Society Of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

Home inspections can be highly important in the real estate world. The reason is because many people do not want to buy a home until they have had it inspected by a professional home inspector. If a person buys a home that has not been inspected and there is major damage to the home, he or she could face the cost of repairing it him or herself. Home inspectors make sure that people do not make uninformed decisions about buying property. The American Society of Home Home Inspectors is a leading organization when it comes to home inspection.

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