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The IRES 2300 Introduction to Reserve Fund Studies and Management course is designed for professionals who are interested in pursuing the CRP (Certified Reserve Planner) and ARP (Associate Reserve Planner) designations. This course ends with an in-class multiple choice examination on the last day of the course.
IRES 2300 is a three (3) day course that meets the key objectives and provides the candidate with an understanding of the following concepts:
Explanation of the history, rationale and requirements of reserve fund planning
Review and understanding documentation and drawings required by a Reserve Fund Study
The basic framework for a reserve fund required by the legislation. This includes development of key components, life cycle and component cost analysis, bench marking and financial concepts such as determining inflation and future value of components and developing interest rates
Benefits of historical financial analysis
REIC is an internationally renowned accreditation institute, dedicated to enhancing the standard of real estate practice. A leader in advanced real estate education, we have been educating and certifying professionals in the real estate industry since 1955. Our education programs are recognized by employers and professional membership bodies. REIC offers a range of respected and well-established real estate qualifications and courses in all sectors of real estate: