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Inspector Member: 
 
An Inspector Membership shall be conferred upon an individual who derives an income from the performance of property condition inspections, either partial or complete, full or parttime, upon acceptance of his application.
 
Requirements: Submit for verification, a completed application, the required application fee, and
meet the following requirements:
Is currently licensed as an Apprentice Inspector or Inspector by the Texas Real Estate
Commission.
Agrees in good faith to subscribe and adhere to the TAREI Code of Ethics and Bylaws.
Agrees in good faith to fulfill basic education and continuing education required by Texas Real
Estate Commission.
Submit a completed inspection report, from one of the applicants fee paid inspections, for
review and approval by the Membership Committee.
Recommendation by the Membership Committee and approval by a majority vote of the
TAREI Board of Directors.
 
Privileges and Obligations: An Inspector Member in Good Standing with TAREI shall have the
privilege of attending all general membership meetings and educational programs. In submitting an
application, it is understood and agreed that the following limitations are placed on such members:
Advertise membership as an Inspector Member in the Association.
Must attend a minimum of thirty-two (32) classroom hours in TAREI facilitated education
seminars to be considered for advancement to a higher level of membership.
May serve on TAREI committees, but not chair committees or hold elected office.
Take the responsibility to promote and safeguard the Ethics, Standards, Interests, and
Welfare of the Association for himself and those in his charge.
 
Restrictions:
No voting privileges
Ineligible for elective office
Ineligible to chair committees
May advertise as an "inspector Member" of the Association only.
 
 Advanced Inspector Member:
 
 An Advanced Inspector Member is an individual who is engaged primarily in the business of performing independent property condition inspections on a full time basis.
 
Requirements: Submit for verification a written statement with sufficient documentation testifying to meeting the following requirements:
Has held Inspector membership for a minimum of one year
Has performed a minimum of 200 property condition inspections as verified by the Texas Real
Estate Commission
Has attended a minimum of thirty-two (32) classroom hours in TAREI facilitated education
seminars.
Is currently licensed as a Professional Inspector by the Texas Real Estate Commission.
Recommendation by the Membership Committee and approval by a majority vote of the
TAREI Board of Directors.
 
Privileges and Obligations: An Advanced Inspector Member in good standing with TAREI shall be entitled or obligated to:
Voting privileges.
Chair committees.
Hold elected office as at-large director.
Advertise membership in the Association.
Take the responsibility to promote and safeguard the Ethics, Standards, Interests, and
Welfare of the Association for himself and those in his charge.
 
 
Certified Advanced Inspector Member:
 
An Certified Advanced Inspector Member is an individual who is engaged primarily in the business of performing property condition inspections on a full time basis.
 
Requirements: Submit for verification, a completed application with sufficient documentation and
meet the following requirements:
Has held active membership with the Association for three (3) years consecutively with at
least two (2) years in Advanced Inspector Member status.
Has performed a minimum of 750 property condition inspections (A new member with over
1000 inspections may be considered for Certified Advanced Inspector after attending fortyeight
(48) classroom hours in TAREI facilitated seminars as a TAREI member
Has completed at least one hundred forty-four (144) classroom hours including at least thirtytwo
(32) hours each of structural, mechanical, electrical and appliance plumbing course
categories as established by the TAREI Education Committee. Eighty (80) classroom hours
must be attended in TAREI facilitated seminars as a TAREI member.
Has, in good faith, subscribed to the Code of Ethics, Bylaws and Recommended Minimum
Property Inspection Standards as set forth by the Association.
Is currently licensed as a Professional Inspector by the Texas Real Estate Commission.
Be approved by a majority vote of the Board of Directors upon recommendation of the
Membership Committee.
 
Privileges and Obligations: A Certified Advanced Inspector Member of the Association shall be
entitled or obligated to:
Voting privileges.
Hold elected office.
Chair Committees.
Advertise membership in the Association.
Take the responsibility to promote and safeguard the Ethics, standards, interests, and welfare
of the Association for himself and those in his charge.
 
 
TAREI - Certified Professional Inspector Member:
 
A TAREI - Certified Professional Inspector, CPI hereafter, shall previously have been a qualified Member in Good Standing of the Association currently holding membership status as an Certified Advanced Inspector Member who can show evidence of having:
 
Requirements: Submit for verification, a completed application with sufficient documentation and
meet the following requirements:
Performed at least fifteen hundred (1500) property condition inspections.
Has completed at least three hundred twenty (320) classroom hours including at least forty
eight (48) hours each of structural, mechanical, electrical and appliance plumbing course
categories as established by the TAREI Education Committee. Forty-eight (48) classroom
hours must be attended in TAREI facilitated seminars as an Advanced Inspector member.
Conducted or engaged in the business of providing property condition inspections on a full
time basis for a period of at least five (5) years, be a current Association member in good
standing for at least five (5) consecutive years, with at least two (2) years in Certified
Advanced Inspector Member status.
Pass a written examination required by the Association and monitored by the Vice President –
Education or Association's Director of Education or other designated Association agent. (OR)
Pass the four written examinations held by the International Code Council to become a
Residential Combination Inspector “Residential Building Inspector, Residential Electrical
Inspector, Residential Mechanical Inspector and Residential Plumbing Inspector”. (OR) Be a
Licensed Professional Engineer in one of these four categories, Mechanical, Electrical
Structural, or Engineering Civil.
Be approved by a majority vote of the Board of Directors upon the recommendation of the
Membership Committee.
A degree from a recognized institution in an appropriate discipline may be accepted in lieu of
the required three hundred twenty (320) hours of approved courses if approved by a majority
vote of the Board of Directors upon the recommendation of the Membership and Education
Committees.
Is currently licensed as a Professional Inspector by the Texas Real Estate Commission.
Has in good faith subscribed to the Code of Ethics, Bylaws and Recommended Minimum
Property Inspection Standards as set forth by the Association.
 
Privileges and Obligations: A TAREI - "Certified Professional Inspector" Member in Good Standing
with the Association shall be entitled or obligated to:
Voting privileges.
Hold elected office.
Chair committees.
Advertise membership in the Association.
Take the responsibility to promote and safeguard the Ethics, Standards, Interests, and
welfare of the Association for himself and those with whom he is affiliated.

 

Honorary Member:  

Honorary Membership shall be conferred upon those individuals recognized for their outstanding contributions to the Association.

Requirements:  Previously served as President of the Association and currently a member in good standing, or approval by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.

Privileges:  Free attendance to all general membership meetings, plus a certificate in recognition of their contributions.  Past Presidents have the same additional privileges as Inspector, Advanced Inspector and CPI Members.

Restrictions:

  • No voting privileges except in the case of Past Presidents.
  • Ineligibility for elective offices except in the case of Past Presidents.
  • May advertise as an "Honorary Member" of the Association.  Past Presidents may advertise as “Member” or “Past President” of the Association.
 

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