Reserve Advisors is an engineering consulting firm that specializes in reserve study consulting services. Our engineers complete a thorough evaluation of your community association’s reserve components to develop a detailed component inventory and related condition assessments. The result is a detailed report, which comprises a 30-year forecast of capital expenditures and a customized funding plan to offset the expense of each as they occur.
Founded in 1991, Reserve Advisors has had the privilege of serving more than 24,000 clients throughout the United States and abroad. When properly prepared, a professional reserve study promotes a board’s ability to protect, maintain, and enhance the community they serve. Furthermore, management is assured that the independent guidance found within the reserve study report can be relied upon when planning for capital projects, preparing annual budgets, and forecasting for the future.
We Are Local - Reserve Advisors is proud to serve the Kentucky Chapter of CAI from its regional Dayton and Columbus, Ohio offices. Our team uses its engineering expertise and familiarity with local conditions to determine the most reliable forecast of capital projects. Our database of actual project costs is derived from nearly 300 reserve studies completed for community associations throughout the East-South Central United States. Clients benefit with realistic reserve funding based on the timing and cost of actual replacement projects.
Responsive Professionals – Our professionals research your property and listen to your concerns to ensure your reserve study meets your association’s individual needs. As your long-term partner, we also welcome your call anytime during or after the study at no cost. Each Reserve Advisors’ professional you work with has a degree in engineering and has earned accreditation as a Reserve Specialist (RS) or Professional Reserve Analyst (PRA). Your partner is a professional who has a deep knowledge of the principles of engineering, condition analysis, cost estimating and reserve funding.