Camps, Retreats, & Charitable Organizations
Properties designed to encourage, renew, and restore visitors come in a variety of shapes and sizes. From modest campgrounds to sprawling retreat centers to non-profit networks, they all have one common need: a Reserve Study to budget responsibly for the predictable repair & replacement of building components in order to ensure a positive experience for people seeking a break from the cares of the world.
Sample Reserve Study
This is an example of how a Reserve Study would look for a typical Camp or Retreat Center
The Oaks of Calabasas
Most visitors to The Oaks at Calabasas see a lot to envy: graceful homes, beautifully maintained roads, lush landscaping, and well-heeled residents including film and television stars. With so much to like, it’s easy to imagine luxury is all the gated Southern California community has ever known...
Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center
Sierra Madre, CA
Each year, thousands of people come to Mater Dolorosa in search of spiritual enrichment. A Passionist retreat center in the San Gabriel foothills, in the city of Sierra Madre near Los Angeles, Mater Dolorosa is a sacred place whose spiritual work depends on some decidedly material things.
Trilogy at Redmond Ridge
Trilogy at Redmond Ridge is one of home builder Shea Homes celebrated resort-like communities catering to adults in their post-parental, post-professional life. Established about 20 years ago, it’s located on the outskirts of Redmond, home to Microsoft and Nintendo America. Some 30 miles east of Seattle, the property is centered around a spectacular 18-hole golf course.
The Ridge at Highlands East
If you can tear your eyes away from the beautiful landscape of The Ridge at Highlands East, you’ll notice one of The Ridge’s most popular residents, Charlie, a well-fed Shih Tzu. When Charlie’s owner was injured in a fall, many neighbors volunteered to walk him, sometimes too many times a day! “We do look after each here” says Sue Ramsey, president of the Board of Directors…