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Benchmark Report for XYZ Co‑op

The benchmark report for this measure lets you compare our 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.

Capital Reserve Replenishment Ratio

This measure shows the ratio between what your co‑op has added to its capital reserve fund and the amount it spent from the reserve during the past three years. A replenishment ratio greater than 1 means you are putting in more money than you are taking out; a replenishment ratio of less than 1 means you are spending your reserves faster than you are building them up.

Compared to:   

Year ending:

0.0
 

4.0
 

2018
(279 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

1.0

2 icons

2017
(284 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

0.2

1 icons

2016
(291 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

0.2

1 icons

2015
(301 co‑ops)


Lower 15% marker

Median marker

Upper 15% marker

Co‑op result

Co‑op result

0.2

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 capital replacement replenishment ratio shows the ratio between the co‑op’s contributions to its capital reserve fund and the amount it spent from the reserve during the past three years. Contributions include the co‑op's actual contributions, investment earnings on the reserve, transfers of any operating surpluses into the reserve and any transfers out of the reserve to cover operating deficits. Withdrawals are any expenses the co‑op charged to the capital reserve. The numbers come from the information co‑ops reported to the Agency on their Annual Information Returns.

Co‑ops with workouts, and other co‑ops that made no contribution to their reserve fund, are not included in the peer groups.