Chris Ivy – InterNACHI Certified and Highly Experienced.
I would like to introduce myself, my name is Chris Ivy the owner of Town and Country Property Inspections based in Graves County KY. (Fulton..Mayfield area..) As many of my clients and or their agents meet me for the first time at or after the inspection, I like to provide a little background information about myself.
I am a Kentucky native, and graduated Graves County H.S . I have been a small business owner since 1988 owned several businesses which include owning and operating Ivy Rentals when before becoming a licensed home inspector, owned, maintained and managed 35 properties for myself doing the majority of the work as well. I also had a buy and sell business where I bought, remodeled and sold approximately 25 properties.
I have been on both sides of the closing table many times and understand personally what it is like to anxiously await the results of the buyer’s home inspection. I was also a HUD quality control inspector for several years. I think these are just a few of the things that set me apart from my competition. I have been a licensed home inspector in Kentucky since 2008 and have has multiple request over the years to expand to include Tennessee which I have recently done. (TN. License #1370)
As a home inspector I enjoy meeting and talking with clients, investigating and reporting on the condition of homes, and providing clients with the information that they need to make an informed purchase decision. As a home inspector I feel it is my obligation to provide the customer with the most comprehensive and easy to read report. I am a non-alarmist inspector. I know that there are problems in all houses new or old, it is how you present them to your client that is important. My job is to help your client know the overall condition of the house and how to help solve problems that may arise.
Continuing Education Requirement for InterNACHI Members:
- Continuing Education is an integral aspect of InterNACHI’s mission to help inspectors maintain inspection excellence.
- Continuing Education permits InterNACHI members to meet the requirements of new home inspection legislation.
- Continuing Education helps ensure that each member recognizes changes within the home inspection industry.
- Continuing Education improves our membership’s combined knowledge and helps make InterNACHI a strong association.
InterNACHI’s Continuing Education requirement for members is very straightforward. Twenty-four (24) hours of acceptable Continuing Education (CE) per year are required to maintain InterNACHI Membership.