Parts of a Reserve Study: Funding Plan
A multi-year Funding Plan is one of the three results of a Reserve Study. The Funding Plan is a recommendation of how much should be set aside towards reserves to offset ongoing deterioration, so the association will be able to make necessary repairs & replacements in a timely manner. Reserve contributions typically comprise 15% – 40% of total assessments.
Funding Plan Articles
6 Ways to Minimize your Reserve Contributions
Do we continue to make Reserve Contributions if our Reserves are Surplus?
Four Ways to Pay for Reserve Expenses
Funding Your Reserves – Making Strategic Choices
How Much Should our Reserve Contributions be?
Loans: Paying $320,071 to get $250,000!
Reserve Funding Models: What Makes an Association’s Plan Successful?
Reserve Funding Plans: Selling Out, Settling, or Succeeding
Special Assessments vs Ongoing Contributions
Straight Line vs. Cash Flow Reserve Funding
The Flaw of Averages!
There is no “Whoops” in Reserve Funding
Underfunding Reserves: Keep Calm & Be Smart!
What are the Four Funding Principles?
What is Full Funding and Baseline Funding?
Why is Interest and Inflation Important?
Why Straight Line or Cash Flow is the Wrong Question