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Reserve Study

Why a Property Management Service Should Also Be Your Accountant

To maintain a well-run HOA, you need accurate and timely financial data. When it comes to making decisions for your community, monitoring your income and expenses is critical. At Gassen, we recognize the importance of meticulously-kept finances. That’s why we offer accounting services in addition to our property management solutions.

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Your Reserve Study: What You May Have Missed

A reserve study is a detailed itemized list of every expenditure you can count on over a long term. An example would be how much you’ll need to spend on landscaping for the next 20 years. Reserve studies are required by law in Minnesota to ensure your property’s funding stability. They keep your HOA or tenants secure while they’re living on your property.

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What Does it Mean to R.E.L.A.T.E. to Gassen?

At Gassen, our entire focus is to RELATE to each client that we meet. We want to provide service of the highest quality in a manner that suits your specific needs. By relating to you, we can best find out what services and products that we offer will meet your exact specifications. Find out below what it means to RELATE to Gassen.

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How Gassen Can Set Your HOA Board Up for Success

Gassen provides the tools and resources to help you become a successful board member of your local HOA. Regardless of what your role is or what you are in charge of, we can take your leadership and your HOA to the next the level.

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3 Ways Gassen Can Fully Customize Your Reserve Study

Many businesses and HOAs fail because their leaders do not account for future expenses. Therefore, when these expenses arise, there is no funding for these, and the organization will likely fold. Gassen has put in place the right tools to help you secure your organization's financial future. We’ve accomplished this by developing a customizable reserve study.

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