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ABOUT HomeSpeck
 

The most important reason to use HomeSpeck:
NO LIMIT OF LIABILITY CONTRACTS TO SIGN
That's right, when you use HomeSpeck you WILL NOT have to sign away your rights!

What is a Limited Liability Contract?

A limited liability, or also called a hold harmless contract, is a legal device to protect the inspector from wrong doing. This is an unethical way to ‘hold harmless” the inspector from missing things he/she is  supposed to find during their inspection. This is a legal protection from errors, omissions and damage. This is not some obtuse, obscure legal text book stuff. This is an agreement by you (the buyer) agreeing that if the inspector does a bad job there’s nothing you can do about it. I will never make you sign such an unethical contract. Lawyers, CPA’s and most  professionals are not allowed to make their clients sign such agreements for it would obviously encourage malpractice and diminish the integrity of the profession. I personally assume  that inspectors who make their clients give up their legal rights are not confident professionals but insecure amateurs: proving it with their contract that keeps them safe when THEY make a mistake on YOUR home inspection.

Tom Bopp, owner of HomeSpeck, has been doing pre-purchase home inspections for over 15 years. Tom is proud to be a member of ASHI, the American Society of Home Inspectors.

ASHI Certified Inspectors are the only home inspectors who have completed a recognized certification process
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See Tom's extensive qualifications below.




HOME INSPECTORS ARE NOT LICENSED, REGULATED OR CERTIFIED IN THE STATE OF COLORADO. ANYONE CAN CLAIM TO BE A HOME INSPECTOR.

The states that require a Home Inspection license make their candidates take the NHIE "the national home inspector exam". This is the test ASHI makes their candidates pass to gain certification. Only approximately 50 inspectors in the Denver area are ASHI certified.   An ASHI inspector in Colorado has voluntarily licensed themselves to the standards required in other states!
 


TOM BOPP'S QUALIFICATIONS:

If problems are discovered that are beyond the scope of a pre-purchase home inspection, HomeSpeck will consult and/or refer to other experts in their fields. If it is a structural problem, an engineer will be recommended. Any other problems found will have a consultation arranged with HomeSpeck's many professional resources.

THE NEW COLORADO REAL ESTATE COMMISSION CONTRACT FOR YOUR BUYER'S AGENT READS

4.d "BROKER HAS NO DUTY TO CONDUCT AN INDEPENDENT INSPECTION OF THE PROPERTY FOR THE BENEFIT OF BUYER AND HAS NO DUTY TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF STATEMENTS MADE BY A SELLER OR INDEPENDENT INSPECTORS."

This is new for 2003. Does it look like our regulators are protecting you the public or their REALTOR lobbyists?

Truth about real estate agent-referred inspectors
  - Article From Independent Home Inspectors of North America

Tom was a former president, treasurer and property manager for Second Jefferson Green Homeowner's Association.

Tom is a graduate of the University of Missouri, St. Louis and received an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps in 1976. He currently resides with two sons in Thornton, Colorado.