One report that summarizes key building information and clarifies critical strata memos that should be hard to understand otherwise.
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A portion of every unit’s strata fees are “saved” in this account over time. This score is a measure of the building's ability to pay for large and infrequent expenses i.e. replacing the roof, upgrading the elevator, etc.
This is a measure of the building’s relative age since construction. The older the building (without a major renovation) the higher the potential risk.
This is a measure of the expected major maintenance coming up, compared to the current “savings” the building has (in the CRF). The larger any potential deficit is, the higher the potential risk.
This a measure of how affordable the building's insurance policy is. A higher than average cost could indicate areas of concern for the building.
This is a measure of how well the building's insurance policy covers it against damages and claims. The higher the score the higher the potential costs.
This is a measure of how engaged other owners in the building are in its overall maintenance and upkeep.
This is a measure of centrally located the building is restaurants, schools, parks and other conveniences.
Held on September 9, 2019 with 34 members in attendance; 20 remote and 14 in-person.