Published Books and Guides to Understanding and Implementing the Legal Requirements for Wisconsin Home Inspections
Buying and selling a house is a huge undertaking. The process should be an exiting adventure, but is often fraught with anxiety and frustration.
Each aspect of the transaction process has its own set of legislated laws and requirements. The reams of legal forms and documents testify to those laws.
However, the statutes and codes which regulate the Wisconsin Home Inspection process are largely unknown, misinterpreted, or ignored by many of those involved in the process.
It is important for all those involved in real estate transactions to know and understand Wisconsin statutes and administrative codes as they apply to home inspectors and their reports. Many people involved in real estate transactions (home buyers and sellers, realtors, lenders, attorneys, and even home inspectors) have limited knowldege of the legal requirements. Myths and misconceptions do exist.
Chuck Staab, manager of All Buildings Inspection LLC, has authored a publication titled "A guide to The Legal Requirements of the Home Inspection Process in Wisconsin." The first edition was published August 2017.
The guide is a must for home inspectors, realtors, attorneys, lenders, and home sellers and buyers alike.
It was prepared to help those involved with transactions to understand, and apply, those laws and codes which govern the process of a legal Wisconsin home inspection and the ensuing report.
The publication reviews and discusses relavent areas of Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 440 Department of Safety and Professional Services Subchapter XI Home Inspectors, and: Wisconsin Administrative Code Department of Safety and Professional Services Chapter SPS 131 Home Inspectors.