Assisting the Reserve Analyst - What information is helpful?
Providing the reserve analyst with as much information about the building(s) and site will help to ensure the reserve study most accurately reflects on site conditions and matching the overall goals of the Client. This can include providing building plans, vendor bids & invoices, condition assessments - surveys - inspection reports, common area components list and mechanical equipment schedules/lists. The more information we have the more accurate the reserve study will be... Continue Reading Assisting the Reserve Analyst >>>
Reserve Study for Condominium Communities
Condo communities typically have a large number of common area components regardless the size of the community which can be challenging for a manager to keep track of and adequately budget for. Special attention should be given to "peak" years when a the large expense common areas like roofing, asphalt, siding and windows are projected to occur... Continue Reading About Reserve Studies for Condominium Communities >>>
Reserve Study for HOA Community
Homeowners Association communities will typically have fewer common area components but these are often larger expenses items such as asphalt, fencing, landscaping, underground sprinklers and detention / retention pond maintenance. These projects can be extremely costs to a community which has not properly reserved for them... Continue Reading About HOA Common Area Maintenance >>>
Common Interest Communities - Reserve Study Laws - WA State
Since a significant number of WA State Laws were implemented in 2012 there has been a bit of confusion regarding how often reserve studies need to be performed, what must be included in a reserve study and if there are any consequences for not following these laws. A reserve study completed for a common interested community must address common area components that are 1% or more than the budget... Continue Reading About WA State Reserve Study Laws for Common Interest Communities.
How Much Does A Reserve Study Cost?
The most common question we receive is: How much is the study going to cost? The amount we charge is simply determined by the amount of time needed to complete the reserve study. A very large community may take a month or longer to complete while a smaller building may only take a week or two. We provide free proposals, after some preliminary research, so you know exactly how much we will charge... Request A Free Proposal Here >>>