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A reserve fund is an important element of good lease management practice. A pool of money is created through the payment of leasehold service charges which are not immediately needed towards building repairs, maintenance or property management services.
These reserve service charge monies are usually collected and retained by the freeholder's block management agents, building up sums which can be used to pay for large items of infrequent expenditure and for major items which arise regularly. This money is held by the freeholder, or its management agents, on behalf of the leaseholders for the purpose of future works or services on the property.
The type of works allowed for may be varied dependent on the nature of the property and might include items such as the replacement of a lift, the recovering of a roof, or redecoration of the externals or common parts.
A reserve fund also helps to spread costs between successive tenants and can, if the Leases / tenancy agreements allow, be used on a temporary basis to fund the cost of routine services. This should avoid the need for large cash collections which might otherwise be required to pay for major works or expensive repairs. It also removes any potential need to borrow money.
Legislation exists to ensure that the money in a reserve fund, as is the case with service charge funds and advance payments, is held on trust. This essential safeguard is further reinforced under the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors ( RICS ) Service Charge Residential Management Code. It is unfortunate that not all management agents comply with this code whilst many purport to do so.
If you wish to be certain that your property management company or managing agents operate to these standards, you should use an RICS qualified Chartered Surveyor. However only those property managers which are Regulated by RICS are subject to regular checking and scrutiny by the RICS thereby enforcing the RICS Code.
The way Reserve funds are permitted to operate is often covered by the property lease. Assuming the lease or tenancy does not make any specific provision to the contrary, the usual method of calculating annual contributions is to take the expected cost of future works rolex sea dweller on sale and divide it by the number of years which may be expected to pass before it is incurred. However, it is advisable to have new estimates of the cost of replacing the item from time to time and to adjust payments accordingly.
If the Reserve fund is invested prudently, the interest earned will itself help to meet rising costs. Tax may be charged on the interest income.
As is the case for service charges, the block management agents or freehold management company should be able to justify the contributions to reserves by reference to the nature and scope of the work required, the expected cost and when it is to be carried out. Previous experience of similar work may also be used in support of the management replica watches roger dubuis agents calculations.
Specifications and tenders in advance of works are not necessary to support the estimates or allowances included in budgets. Detailed tenders based on specifications should however be obtained to support service charge expenditure at the time the work is to be carried out. The level of detail required to be provided should be appropriate to the nature of works and the costs involved.
At the time of collecting Reserve fund contributions, block management agents should make it clear to tenants and leaseholders that the figures may vary when the work is undertaken.
Although some tenants may be able to achieve better returns on money they retain and invest themselves, one of the purposes of reserves is to facilitate the carrying out of expensive non-annual items of work. Unless money is accumulated collectively there is always the likelihood of work not being carried out due to lack of funds. Even if tenants intend to live at a property for a short period they can achieve financial benefit on sale by pointing out to purchasers the existence and extent of the reserve fund.
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