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Thanks for visiting Superior Reserve's new blog, We <3 Real Estate! We have a passion for real estate.  We hope that through this blog, we can share this passion with you.  Our passion for Real Estate drives us to innovate on behalf of our clients.
Real Estate is, for lack of a better word, REAL!
Real Estate matters:  To your comfort, to your safety, to your prosperity, to your quality of life.

Real Estate is diverse:  From sky-scraping high-rises to canyon-spanning bridges.  From sprawling corporate campuses to vast undeveloped forests and fields.  

Real Estate has function and purpose.  It is both historic and contemporary.  Real Estate connects generations.  

Real Estate provides a link to our past and a window to our future.  It is a memory and a dream.  

With more intrinsic value than gold, Real Estate is REAL!

Please be invited to participate.  Your comments, content suggestions, questions and feedback are welcome.  Don't hesitate to share We <3 Real Estate with friends, business associates, or anyone who shares our passion for Real Estate.


  • Superior Reserve President Nik Clark recently had an article published in several Community Associations Institute Chapter Magazines. "Driving Your Association Into the Ditch - The Vicious Cycle of "Keeping Fees Low" describes how association boards, with the best of intentions, make a crucial mistake that sets off a chain of
  •   Some beautiful photographs our Professiona Engineering staff took during a recent High Rise inspection.  Superior Reserve has been selected as a reserve study resource for hundreds of high rise and mid rise clients across the country including the exclusive luxury properties of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Enjoy!
  • Superior Reserve authored article appears in CAI-Wisconsin Magazine:   A reserve study is a critical tool that helps condominium boards fulfill their fiduciary responsibility and manage their associaiton business using best practices.  Superior Reserve partner Nik Clark authored an informative article that was published in the CAI-WI "Community Leader" Fall