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Benchmark Report for XYZ Co‑op

Compare our sample co‑op to other co‑ops in chosen peer groups. These results are for an Ontario co‑op with 100 suburban units. Log in now to see the actual results for your own co‑op.

Maintenance Spending as a Percentage of Total Expenses

We treat high maintenance expenses as good — they mean you are looking after your buildings. But what if these expenses are high because you didn't fix minor problems early or can't afford to replace worn-out components? You will need to think about what this measure says about your co‑op.

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Year ending:

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25.0 %
 

2018
(369 co‑ops)


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Co‑op result

Co‑op result

25.0 %

4 icons

2017
(384 co‑ops)


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Co‑op result

Co‑op result

21.2 %

4 icons

2016
(389 co‑ops)


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Co‑op result

16.5 %

3 icons

2015
(396 co‑ops)


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Co‑op result

16.2 %

3 icons

Scoring System

4 icons in the top 15%
3 icons above the median
2 icons below the median
1 icon in the bottom 15%

See your co‑op’s performance on a scale of one to four houses:

  • Four houses (a home run!) puts the co‑op in the top 15% of its peers
  • Three and two houses represent middle-of-the-road performance, a bit better (3 houses) or a bit worse (2 houses)
  • One house puts the co‑op in the bottom 15%

The vertical lines on each of the bars (the years) divide the four levels. Good performance is seen by appearing on the right-hand side of the scale.

Where Do these Numbers Come From?

Maintenance spending as a percentage of total expenses is how much this co‑op spent on routine upkeep, including cleaning services and waste removal during the year, stated as a percentage of all its expenses, including a contribution to its capital replacement reserve. The numbers come from the information co‑ops report to the Agency on their Annual Information Returns.