Sentry Management provides operational leadership to homeowner and condominium associations through our Tavares – Ocala FL office. Our full-service property management makes community association management easy for every HOA and COA. Homeowner management services include planning and coordination of association meetings, site visits, enforcement of restrictions, contract supervision, aggressive collections and detailed financial and manager’s reports. The Sentry Management® standard service package also includes community websites, online payments and real-time downloadable financial reports.
Sentry’s Tavares – Ocala office operates in Lake, Marion, Sumter, Citrus, Hernando and Levy Counties. Some of the largest communities where Sentry manages homeowner associations include Tavares, Leesburg, Mt. Dora, The Villages, Lady Lake and Ocala. The office was opened in 1998.
The Tavares – Ocala Sentry Management office has 19 employees with a direct local impact, primarily from operations and payroll, of $1.1 million annually. When considering all four Sentry offices in Central Florida, the total contributions to the local economy exceeds $217 million in direct and indirect impact.
Art Swanton is the Vice President, Division Manager. All Community Managers in the Tavares – Ocala office are licensed by the state and have an average of 7 years experience in association management. Each Sentry’s Manager completes over 16 hours per year in professional development and education to keep them current on all issues relating to homeowner association operations in Florida.
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