Sentry Management provides operational leadership to homeowner and condominium associations through our Maryland office. Sentry Management exclusively focuses on managing communities and homeowner associations including detached single family dwellings, townhouses, quadriplexes, triplexes and garden units, both residential and commercial. As a full-service company, Sentry delivers its individual service through a highly skilled professional group of community managers. Each community manager leads an association-focused community team and is supported by a backup manager as well as a supervising District Manager. A dedicated internal team is in place so accounting associates, bookkeepers, administrators, collections and closings personnel establish an ongoing relationship with specific communities and managers.
The service area for the Sentry Maryland Division is all of Maryland with a concentration in Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Calvert, Carroll, Howard, Talbot, Dorchester, Montgomery, Wicomico and Baltimore Counties. Major cities include Washington DC, Baltimore, Annapolis, Cambridge, Columbia, Easton, Salisbury and Ocean City. The Sentry Maryland operation employs 40 people and provides management services to nearly 170 accounts and 30 thousand families.
The Sentry Management® history of creating outstanding communities for homeowners began in the early 1970’s. Sentry is accredited as an AMO® (Accredited Management Organization) by the Institute of Real Estate Management, providing clients an independent evaluation that Sentry has one of the highest operating and financial standards in the industry. Sentry has no owned or affiliated service companies. We always negotiate the best prices for your community-and the savings come back in the form of lower operating costs. Integrity and transparency is part of our fabric.
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