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Richard Alsip, Treasurer of Buckmoor Manor Association, Inc. has nice things to say about the service provided by Sentry Management.

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“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 has proved to be very beneficial. Sentry has been, and continues to be, a very good management service for Buckmoor Manor.”

Richard Alsip, Treasurer

Buckmoor Manor Association, Inc.


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