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    Inspector Wanted

    Reserve Studies Inc., an established Reserve Study provider is seeking additional inspector(s) to service Southern California and/or Phoenix Arizona.

    Required Qualifications:
    • CREIA or ASHI membership status
    • Computer, digital camera, fax machine & high speed internet access

    Qualified Candidates Receive:
    • Paid training
    • Above average compensation
    • Mileage allowance
    • Available Medical Insurance
    • Full and/or Part-time positions available

    Interested candidates may submit their Curriculum Vitae / Resume via email or regular mail to:

    Scott Clements
    Reserve Studies Inc.
    9560 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Suite 202
    Chatsworth, CA 91311
    Scott@ReserveStudiesInc.com

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    Default Re: Inspector Wanted - Southern California

    I'll bite. What is a "reserve study" or "reserve study provider"

    Jim Luttrall
    www.MrInspector.net
    Dallas, Texas

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    Default Re: Inspector Wanted - Southern California

    A Reserve Study is made up of two parts, 1) the information about the physical status and repair/replacement cost of the major common area components the association is obligated to maintain (Physical Analysis), and 2) the evaluation and analysis of the association’s Reserve balance, income, and expenses (Financial Analysis). The Physical Analysis is comprised of the Component Inventory, Condition Assessment, and Life and Valuation Estimates. The Component Inventory should be relatively "stable" from year to year, while the Condition Assessment and Life and Valuation Estimates will necessarily change from year to year. The Financial Analysis is made up of a finding of the client’s current Reserve Fund Status (measured in cash or as Percent Funded) and a recommendation for an appropriate Reserve contribution rate (Funding Plan).

    As defined by the National Reserve Study Standards of the Community Associations Institute (CAI)

    Essentially,
    What is the HOA responsible for? = Component Inventory
    How much is there? = Component Inventory
    What shape are they in? = Condition Assessment
    How long do they last? = Useful/Remaining Life
    How much will it cost? = Valuations
    Current status, or % funded? = Financial Analysis
    How does the HOA pay for it? = Funding Plans


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