Levels of Membership

Promoting excellence and professionalism for over 25 years, NAHI has firmly established itself as the premier association for the home inspection industry. NAHI prides itself on the honor and integrity of its members and directors and believes in the importance of educating its inspectors and the general public. NAHI programs and services empower you to lead your company with effective and dynamic results.

NAHI offers different membership levels for inspectors with varying levels of training and experience. Please take this opportunity to review NAHI’s membership levels and their requirements:

Associate Membership: Associate Members must successfully complete a 40-hour comprehensive home inspection training program or complete of a minimum of twenty (20) full fee-paid home inspections. In addition, Associate Members must complete a minimum of sixteen (16) Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) each calendar year.

Regular Membership: Regular Members must complete a minimum of 100 full fee-paid home inspections and pass the NAHI Certified Real Estate Inspector (NAHI CRI) Exam, National Home Inspector Exam (NHIE) or the State Real Estate Inspector (SREI) Exam. In addition, Regular Members must complete a minimum of sixteen (16) Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) each calendar year.

NAHI Certified Real Estate Inspector (NAHI CRI) Membership: NAHI CRI members must complete a minimum of 250 full fee-paid home inspections and pass the NAHI Certified Real Estate Inspector (NAHI CRI) Exam. NAHI CRI members must submit copies of three (3) completed home inspection reports for review each year and complete a minimum of sixteen (16) Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) each calendar year.

When you become a NAHI Member, you agree to use the NAHI Standards of Practice & Code of Ethics as a guideline for performing home inspections. The Standards of Practice (SOP) is a minimum guideline for conducting a home inspection and outlines the various components and procedures of a professional home inspection. The SOP address the purpose, scope, and limitations of the inspection process. NAHI’s Code of Ethics promotes ethical and responsible behavior among members. By applying for NAHI membership, you are agreeing to use the most recent edition of the NAHI Standards of Practice & Code of Ethics as a guideline to perform home inspections.

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