“The professionalism and resources available to us now that we are with Sentry Management were lacking with smaller companies. Sentry keeps us updated on issues effecting associations such as ours and they have the experience to deal with those issues. The knowledge of our Property Manager in securing bids and the enforcement of our covenants...
Amber Johnson, VP of the Indianapolis Division of Sentry Management, is quoted extensively in the September-October 2015 issue of Community Manager Magazine. The story is about identifying and hiring good Community Managers. “Most management company executives agree that it’s hard to find and recruit good managers” the article starts off. “After all, the profession—which requires...
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