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John Walsh, Board President of The View at Brentwood Pointe Inc. recently praised Sentry Management’s Nashville support.

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“We have been very pleased with Sentry. They have been very responsive and actually “manage” the property. We have been associated with them for a number of years and one of the things we have appreciated is their encouragement and assistance to continually keep the property upgraded. They understand property value issues and how to optimize and attend to those things that keep values at a premium. We had some unique issues with our developer that has caused us to establish an aggressive maintenance and upgrade strategy; Sentry has been very instrumental in us fulfilling that plan.”


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