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IRES 2330 Reserve Fund Financial Fundamentals is a three (3) day course designed as an introduction to reserve fund accounting, capital and reserve fund budgeting. This three (3) day course is intended for individuals who are interested in pursuing the CRP (Certified Reserve Planner and ARP (Associate Reserve Planner) designations. This course end with an in-class assignment and multiple choice test.
The course will consist of lectures followed by hands-on exercises. The course will also try to improve presentation skills of participants. At the end of the course the participants will be able to identify how the Reserve Fund fits into the accounting system, use the basic steps to plan a Reserve Fund Study and will be able to communicate the Reserve Fund information to users.
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: