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Benchmark Report for XYZ Co‑op

Compare the sample co‑op to other co‑ops in predefined 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.

Net-Income Ratio

Is your co‑op earning enough to pay its mortgage and operating costs and contribute properly to its replacement reserve? See your net operating income shown as a percentage of the replacement cost of your building (income minus operating expenses, not including mortgage payments or capital-reserve contributions). A net-income ratio between 0.75% and 1% is ideal.

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Year ending:

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2020
(362 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

0.21 %

1 icons

2019
(370 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

0.27 %

1 icons

2018
(380 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

0.32 %

1 icons

2017
(385 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

-0.07 %

1 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?

The replacement cost used in the calculation for this co‑op's buildings is either the amount reported on its Annual Information Return as the guaranteed replacement value for insurance purposes or the median replacement value for co‑ops in that region, whichever is greater.

The net-income ratio and its rating (Excellent, Good, Fair or Poor) are used in assessing the composite risk rating for Agency clients and are shown in the Risk Assessment Report that the Agency sends to each co‑op after reviewing its Annual Information Return. It is calculated from the information co‑ops report to the Agency on their Annual Information Returns.