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 Associations & Organizations - Home Inspectors' Associations-International (6 Links)
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  • Australian Institute of Building Surveyors (AIBS)   
    One of two professional associations for those doing home inspections in Australia – AIBS is committed to serving the Australian community by promoting the study and advancing the science and practice of building surveying.

    The Institute is recognised nationally and internationally as the peak building surveying organisation in Australia and maintains that position by taking a leading role in the advancement of National and State priorities.
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  • Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI)   
    The Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors® - National is a council of all Canadian regional / provincial organizations. Representatives from each regional/provincial organization are appointed to the CAHPI council. The CAHPI's principle objective is to promote the interests of Canadian home and property inspectors on a national level.
    Posted: 12/01/2004 | Hits: 561
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  • International Society of Home Inspectors (ISHI)   
    The International Society of Home Inspectors, Inc. is an Internationally recognized organization for home inspectors. Whether you are a homebuyer, seller, professional home inspector, real estate professional or other interested party, we invite you to explore our site for information about the home inspection profession and the importance of using an ISHI Certified Member for all your home inspection needs.
    Posted: 12/02/2004 | Hits: 699
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  • New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors Inc.   
    The New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors is a national body of skilled, professional building consultants who have a high degree of qualification, knowledge and experience. They consult and report to a standard demanded by the institute
    Objectives
    · To provide a high quality of professionalism in Building Consultancy and Expert Appraisal
    · To provide clear information, enabling buyers and sellers to proceed with confidence
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  • The International Institute of Building Consultants (IICBC)   
    Represents the needs of those consulting to and for the building and construction industries.
    Architects
    Engineers
    Home Inspectors
    Project Managers
    Quantity Surveyors
    Insurance Adjusters and Assessors
    Construction Lawyers
    Chartered Builders
    Developers
    Forensic Scientists
    The Institute's prime role is the education, training and ultimately grading of its members on an international basis and to represent those members in all facets of commerce.



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  • The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors – RICS   
    RICS is one of the most respected and high profile global ‘standards and membership’ organizations for professionals involved in land, property, construction and environmental issues with...
    · 136 years of representing property professionalism
    · 110 000 members across 120 countries worldwide
    · 400 degree level courses approved worldwide
    · 500 research and policy papers published per year
    · 50 national associations, linked groups and societies
    · 160 diverse ‘specialisms’ – represented across 16 ‘faculties’
    Accountable to both members and the public, RICS has three main roles:
    1. To maintain the highest standards of education and training
    2. To protect consumers through strict regulation of professional standards
    3. To be the leading source of information and independent advice on land, property, construction and associated environmental issues.



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