Murrieta Resident Elected VP of California Inspection Association

In his new role, Murrieta resident Bob Waysack will oversee the education efforts of California Real Estate Inspection Association, North County San Diego/Temecula Valley Chapter.

Bob Waysack, Murrieta resident and business owner of Inspect-It 1st Property Inspection, has been elected to the vice president position of CREIA, California Real Estate Inspection Association, North County San Diego/Temecula Valley Chapter. Waysack will then serve as president of the Chapter for the following 2013-2014 year.

In his new position, Bob will oversee the education efforts of his chapter. CREIA inspectors are held very strict Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics and must obtain 30 hours of CREIA approved continuing education each year. He will arrange for industry-related guest speakers to provide relevant information at each of the monthly meetings.

Established in 1976, CREIA is a nonprofit trade association, with chapters located throughout the state. CREIA is a member-driven, hands-on organization that provides educational programming and on-going opportunities for its members to interact at both local and statewide CREIA meetings and events.

CREIA, along with ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) are the most recognized and respected certifications that a real estate inspector can earn and is the standard for which the State of California follows in determining the outcome of any legal disputes for the inspection industry.

Other elected officers for 2012- 2013 include: John Gamache, president; Steve Chubbic, treasurer; and Steve Dehlinger, secretary.

For further information about CREIA, please visit the website at Creia.org. Bob Waysack can be reached at 951-696-2097, and his company website is: http://swrivco.inspectit1st.com/.

—Contributed Content

Bill Burchard August 22, 2012 at 02:08 AM
Congratulations Bob!


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