Webinar: Where do we Stand after 5 years of SPA Required Depreciation Reports?
October 25, 2018, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Join us for a lunch hour webinar on standardized Reserve Fund Planning and Reporting with guest speaker J.-F. Proulx, Principal at Constructive CRC, and Real Estate Institute of Canada (REIC) Faculty.
The webinar provides an overview of the iterative process, the standard methodology, and will be of interest to owners, buyers, real estate agents, property managers, developers and lenders. Tips will be provided on how to quickly determine if a Depreciation Report (DR) meets the standard for reporting on the position of a reserve fund, and for establishing required increases in contributions.
Jean-Francois Proulx, M.Sc., CRP, RI, Principal, Constructive CRC
J.-F.’s experience in condo residential construction, renewal project management, strata affairs, and professional report writing have made him passionate about Reserve Fund Planning and Reporting (RFPR)’s crucial role in real-estate. Few professionals have worked as, and for, contractors, engineers and appraisers, fostering DR divisions along the way. Realizing the merits of the functional benchmark methodology, he became a Certified Reserve-fund Planner (CRP) in 2014, and created Constructive Condo Reporting Corp. in 2015. Over the past eight years J.-F. has focused on performance assessments for DRs, Capital Asset Plans (CAPs), and Warranty Reviews (WRs), and completed hundreds of assignments for bareland, leasehold, townhome, low-rise, apartment and high-rise developments. He has lived in strata developments over the last ten years, and as President or Treasurer, he has planned for future expenditures and overseen major repairs and replacement projects. J.-F. was a keynote speaker on DRs at PAMA/CHOA’s Buildex Vancouver seminar. He is a member of the REIC’s National CRP Task-force, and since 2017, REIC Faculty teaching the merits of compliant RFPR across Canada for the benefit of all stakeholders. J.-F. is published in the CHOA “Journal”, REIC’s “The Exchange”, and CCI’s “Condo News”.
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