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California Reserve Study

California Reserve Study

Reserve Study Tutorial

State Reserve Study Standards

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  • Experience preparing over 3000 reserve studies
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California Reserve Study

Quality Reserve Studies

Since 2001, Complex Solutions LTD. has been providing quality reserve studies to the Community Association in Southern California industry with the highest standard of customer service. By combining our commitment to accuracy and professionalism with our impeccable customer service, we deliver a level of service unequaled in the industry.

Contact Information

California Reserve Studies
PO Box 2562
Camarillo, CA 93010
Tel: 888.356.3783
Fax: 866.279.9662


Applied Reserve Analysis
21900 Burbank Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Tel: 800-500-8505
Fax: 800-500-7305


Locations Served

Complex Solutions Ltd. conducts reserve studies in all major cities in Southern California:

  • Camarillo
  • Ventura
  • Oxnard
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Fillmore
  • Moorpark
  • Ojai
  • Port Hueneme
  • Santa Paula
  • Simi Valley
  • Malibu
  • Los Angeles

Reserve Study Law California

On a quarterly basis common interest development boards of directors must review reserve accounts and compare reserves to the previous year. At least once every three years, boards must conduct a competent and diligent visual inspection of the property that the association is obligated to repair, replace restore or maintain as part of a study of the reserve account requirements. The board is to annually review this study to consider and implement necessary adjustments to the board’s analysis of the reserve account requirements. See more detailed information in California Civil Code Sections 1365 and 1365.5.