Did you know that there are over 300 companies in the United States and Canada that conduct reserve studies? With recent reserve study requirements imposed by lenders, the need to distinguish true reserve study provider professionals is more important than ever.
If you are one of those professionals, consider membership in Association of Professional Reserve Analysts (APRA). APRA was founded in 1995 as the national trade organization for the reserve study industry. APRA proudly offers the prestigious Professional Reserve Analyst (PRA) credential to members that qualify and a common base of knowledge and standards of care for the industry. As an APRA member, you have access to information and industry trends, insider knowledge and insights from leaders in the field, best practices, research and practical tools; you also get to network with industry colleagues.
What are you waiting for? Join today!
General Membership. General membership is for companies that perform reserve studies but whose reserve study staff has not yet qualified for the Professional Reserve Analyst (PRA) credential.
PRA Membership. PRA membership is for individuals who have conducted more than 50 reserve studies, have worked in the reserve study field for a minimum of four years and been supervised by a current PRA member. Interested in applying to be a PRA? Click here.
Affiliate Membership. Affiliate membership is for companies that provide a reserve study related service.