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Nevada Reserve Studies
3203 East Warm Springs Road, Suite 200
Las Vegas, NV 89120
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The ease of interpreting the reserve study as well as the prompt, professional and courteous service provided by Applied Reserve Analysis. makes them the vendor of choice for the communities we manage.
Association Manager of AAMS, INC.
We have had a valued relationship with Applied Reserve Analysis for more than 20 years. The support and educational contributions have been timely and invaluable to our members wanting to fulfill their continuing education credits.
Chapter Executive Director of CAI Nevada
The level of expertise contained in their Reserve Study far exceeds any of the other local competitors. The personal attention they provide is unbeatable. Request a copy of one of their studies, I am positive you will be impressed.
Owner/Manager of RedRocK HOA Management
The common interest ownership act requires an association to establish adequate reserves, funded on a reasonable basis, for the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the common elements. Section 116.3115.
Additionally, the executive board of an association is required to conduct a study of reserves at least every five years, review the study to determine if reserves are sufficient, and adjust reserves, if necessary.
The statute specifies how the study is to be conducted. Section 116.31152. A public offering statement must include a budget which has a statement of the amount included in the budget as reserves. Section 116.4103.
The Nevada Real Estate Division requires reserve study consultants to hold a Reserve Study Specialist license in order to conduct reserve studies for Homeowner Associations in the state of Nevada. Applied Reserve Analysis. holds the Reserve Study Specialist designation credential #RSS.0000004.