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Free Webinar: Reserve Study Basics for 2019


Our friends at Association Reserves are putting on a webinar on Thursday entitled "Reserve Study Basics for 2019"

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Every so often it is important to take it back to the basics to improve your understanding of a subject. Reserve contributions are regularly one of an association's largest budget line items (or they should be!). So save time, save money, and avoid costly mistakes by joining us for this "Reserve Study Basics" webinar. Whether you are a Board member or Manager, in this 45-minute session we'll show you how the basic principles of Reserve Studies are in the best interests of your association.

*This course is approved by:
- the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill one continuing education credit for the CMCA® certification. www.camicb.org
- the State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation for licensed Community Association Managers for one CE credit related to the CAM certification.
- the State of Colorado Division of Real Estate for licensed Community Association Managers for one CE credit related to the CAM certification.

If you plan on attending this webinar for CE credit, please note:
1. On the day of the webinar, you must click on the link provided in your registration confirmation email and watch the entire live webinar to receive credit.
2. The link only tracks the one registered attendee. If there are multiple people watching off one computer, please email me immediately following the live session.
3. A certificate of completion will be emailed out to all attendees who watch the live session. You will receive a certificate within a week of the webinar. You are responsible for submitting your certificate when reapplying for your designation.

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