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WHAT: Standard planning and best-practice reports.
HOW: By respecting legislative and professional guidelines.
WHY: To communicate standard decision-making options.
RESULTS: To empower officers and stakeholders.

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We Hold Our Services to the Highest Standards

Our thorough, detailed, effective and time-sensitive services are based on full disclosure and compliance with Government Regulations, to protect you and your assets. We adhere to best-practise Code of Ethics, Methodologies and Guidelines to ensure that our reports stand the test-of-time:

These Associations and Organisations provide the methodology, guidelines and standards we rely on:

Our North American counterparts conducting reserve fund planning:

Our work engages with and is respectful of these trusted home owner’s advocacy groups, Property Manager Associations, Condo | Strata Related professional organizations and law institute:

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Jean-François Proulx, M.Sc., CRP, RI

Director | Board Member | Certified Reserve-Fund Planner| Faculty

Few professionals have worked as a trade, contractor and consultant to construction, engineering and appraisal firms – fostering and righting reserve fund planning | depreciation report divisions along the way.

J.-F. was preparing asset performance reviews and plans for his clients as a contractor in Montréal, Ottawa, and Vancouver years ago. He has degrees in geography and economics and is a member of CHOA, CCI, BCBEC etc. and completes BCIT courses. His condo | strata residential construction, renewal | remediation work, project management, and professional report writing have made him passionate about reserve fund planning and reporting.

As a contractor and engineering firm consultant he has conducted projects, detailed inspections, field-reviews, warranty reviews, visual assessments, and effective depreciation reports of bareland, leasehold, townhome, low-rise, apartment and high-rise developments. He has experienced major repairs and replacement projects as a strata council President and Treasurer for many years.

He was a keynote speaker on depreciation reports at PAMA/CHOA’s Buildex Vancouver seminar, and is published in CHOA’s Journal, CCI BC’s Condo News, REIC’s The Exchange, Québec’s CondoLiaison, with his writings are on many websites across Canada. J.-F. is a Professional Member of the Real-Estate Institute of BC (RI) and is active in REIC National’s CRP Task Force. He is REIC Faculty teaching reserve fund planning and reporting across Canada. He is Vice-president of la Société de la Maison de la Francophonie de Vancouver (SMFV) in the process of undertaking its redevelopment project.

J.-F. believes that functional reserve fund planning and reporting can elevate all stakeholders’ standards, their involvement in the shared risk-management of aging assets, improve strata living for Owners, and lead to better personal and condo | strata financial decision-making.

Recent Developments and Resources

Measuring An Owner’s Reserve Fund Contributions is as Basic as Measuring their Net Worth August 11, 2018 - (Article published in the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI)’s BC Chapter’s Summer 2018 edition of “Condo News”). Where are We with Reserve Fund Planning and Reporting? Are Strata Council officers equipped to make sound financial decisions about the Reserve Fund (RF) contributions portion of Strata Fees? After five (5) years of required Depreciation Reports (DRs) in […]