Answer I disagree. Home inspection reports are private, and they belong to the Buyer who paid for them. (or the Seller if the Seller paid for them). The only people who can get copies, absent the Buyer or Seller's permission, are the Realtors working on the sale.
It depends on several things:
Who performed the inspection?
What kind of inspection was performed?
Where was the inspection performed?
For whom was the inspection performed?
What are the terms of the contract under which the inspection was performed?
The difference between private and public information is the people who have access to it. Usually, public information can be gathered from the records department of a courthouse for a fee. This might include marriage licenses, property owners, and other things. Private information can only be accessed between the individual and the person or business holding that information. This includes medical records and attorney records and personal papers, like birth certificates.
As soon as the indictment is filed, it is public data. Any individual could access the contents of the file.
When the purpose is for the good of the majority of the citizens of a city, state, or country.
Revocable and irrevocable trusts become a public record only if they have been recorded in the land records because they hold title to real property.
A notary public is a person that verifies the identity of someone signing a document.
Once your home inspection report is generated it will become available to the purchaser, seller, inspector, agents, and mortgage company. It will not be a public record for all to see.
The only person who will get a copy of the home inspection report is the person who requests the inspection and pays for it. The home inspectors' commitment to you is to present you with a comprehensive, unbiased home inspection report.
If you have a Home Information Pack (HIP) on your property, the selling agent MUST be able to present the information to a potential buyer. This information can be handed out to anyone who asks for it.
Notaries of the public is a public office. Information on how to become a notary public can be found at your local government, specifically state government websites.
If you would like to take home inspection training courses one of the best places to acquire all the information's you need is http://www.nahi.org/public/566.cfm
It would become public information, or it could be misused in various ways.
Routine inspection if applies or you were reported.
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A home inspection is a private service that is typically requested by people who are looking to buy or sell a home. A home inspection is when a certified inspector is hired to inspect a home to determine the condition of the home. The results of a home inspection are confidential and are only shared with the client who requested the inspection. The results of the inspection may affect a real estate transaction. However, the inspection itself is not public, which protects the client's privacy.
There is a National Notary Association full of resources and help on how to become a notary in your state. You can find the information at nationalnotary.org.
Becoming a notary is a bit different in each and every state. You can find the information too become a notary with details on each states qualifications at www.nationalnotary.org.