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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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The Evolution of Reserve Studies

In 1960 in Salt Lake City, the first condo buildings in the U.S. were built. But it was prior to this, in 1947, that the concept of reserve funds was first born. First referred to as the Fire and Tornado Fund by insurance companies, early reserve funds were meant primarily for emergencies and disasters. However, it wasn’t until the late 1990s that uniform standards for reserves studies were established by the Community Associations Institute.

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How Much Money Should Our Association Have In Reserve Funds?

When it comes to reserve funds, a common question we hear is “how much money should our association have in reserves?” The truth of the matter is, it depends. Each association is unique in a variety of ways, so the answer to this question varies widely depending on the community, its components, and its wants and needs. 

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Electric Charging Stations in Community Associations

Is your community association considering going electric? In 2021, electric vehicles (EVs) accounted for only 3% of car sales worldwide. By 2040, it’s predicted that EVs will account for a whopping 58% of global passenger vehicle sales. As more Americans trade in gas-operated vehicles for electric vehicles, infrastructure needs are rapidly changing.

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