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Our comprehensive, easy-to-understand reserve studies help community managers and board members make smarter, more confident decisions. ​

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Our industry leading team of engineers provide unbiased guidance that supports your community – no matter what it takes. ​

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Reserve Study Overview
We had a very positive experience with our reserve study. Our engineer went the extra step; working with our board to make sure they fully understood the study and to answer their questions. Switching reserve study providers was a great decision for our community based on the quality of the report and the engineer assigned to our property.
Lori Davis, Association Manager
Preserve Crossing Condominium Association • Columbus, OH
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While inflation affects us all, it affects community associations and those who live there in unique ways. From something as little as a homeowner’s grocery bill to something as intensive as the cost of a roof replacement, the effects of inflation can be felt far and wide in association living.

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What Components are Included in a Reserve Study?

When it comes to a building or home, the entire structure is only as strong as its foundation. Similarly, when it comes to planning for your community’s future, the scope of work, or component inventory, serves as the foundation for a reserve study provider to conduct a thorough review of your property.

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Condominiums

Classification of Property in Common Interest Communities

The classification of property helps assure that future boards understand whether reserves, the operating budget or homeowners fund certain repairs or replacements and also assists in preparing annual budgets. Furthermore, it helps establish an accurate scope of work when commissioning a reserve study.

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