What is Included in a Reserve Study?


A Reserve Study is made up of two parts, as defined by Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the Association of Professional Reserve Analysts (APRA) – the Physical Analysis and the Financial Analysis of the common elements.

When Should a Reserve Study be Done?


A reserve study is a tool used to provide an opinion of the annual reserve contributions required to support the reserve expenditures at a property.

How Much Should a Condo Have in Reserves?


Boards and owners alike must balance the need to keep adequate savings for future projects with the desire to keep monthly or quarterly fees at reasonable levels.

What Does a Reserve Study Do?


A Reserve Study is a long-term budget planning tool that identifies the common elements belonging to an Association, and recommends a funding plan to maintain, repair or replace these common elements over a specified time period.

What to Look for in a Reserve Study Provider

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Anyone on a board of an HOA or condominium association knows the tremendous value of a quality reserve study. Equally important is partnering with an experienced and qualified reserve study provider. But what makes a good reserve study provider?

What is the Purpose of Reserve Funds?

Protecting Home

Common-interest developments or community associations are the fastest growing housing sector today. These types of associations exist as condominiums, cooperatives, vacation timeshares, planned unit developments and more. According to the Community Associates Institute, as of 2020, over 25% of the entire US population lived in a community association.

What Percent Should HOA Reserves Be Funded?


We’re often asked “what percent should HOA reserves be funded?” The short answer is that there is no “one size fits all” benchmark for measuring the health of your community association’s reserve funds when it comes to applying the percent funded model.