Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

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Past Webinars

Reserve Studies 103: The Funding Plan

Join Robert Nordlund, PE, RS and Ian McGeady, RS for part three of our free, three-part webinar series on Reserve Studies. Reserve Studies 101 addressed the Component List, explaining which assets at your association are appropriate for Reserve Funding. Reserve Studies 102 was an overview of the entire Financial Analysis: addressing Reserve Fund Strength (Percent Funded) calculations and introducing Reserve Funding Plans.

With all new content updated for 2022, Reserve Studies 103: The Funding Plan will take the time to clearly and concisely answer:

  • What’s the right amount for us to contribute (short term vs long term)?
  • Why are there different Funding Objectives?
  • What are the implications of “Straight Line” vs “Cash Flow” methods?
  • How can contributions be so different for the same association?
  • What is best for our association in a time of financial stress?

Reserve Studies 102: The Financial Analysis

Earn Continuing Education credit while joining Robert Nordlund, PE, RS and Bryan Farley, RS for part two of our three part series on Reserve Studies. Reserve Studies 101 addressed the Component List, explaining the application of National Reserve Study Standards in deciding which common area assets at the association are appropriate for Reserve Funding. In Reserve Studies 102 we address the next step: The Financial Analysis. In this 45-minute webinar, with all new content updated for 2022, we’ll answer:

1) How do we reliably measure Reserve Fund strength?
2) What are the consequences of a weak Reserve Fund?
3) How can people calculate different Reserve contributions for the same association?
4) How much Reserve contributions are “enough”?

Reserve Studies 101: The Component List

Earn Continuing Education credit while joining Robert Nordlund, PE, RS and Sean Andersen, RS as they cover the fundamentals of a Reserve Study Component List. During this 45 minute Webinar, you will learn:

1) How important is the Component List?
2) Which components are the most influential?
3) Avoiding the mistake of “missing” components!

Reserve Study Basics for 2022

Every so often it is important to take it back to the basics to improve your understanding of a subject. Reserve contributions are regularly one of an association’s largest budget line items (or they should be!). So save time, save money, and avoid costly mistakes by joining us for this “Reserve Study Basics” webinar. Whether you are a Boardmember or Manager, in this 45-minute session we’ll show you how the basic principles of Reserve Studies are in the best interests of your association.