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Ronald C. Prati, President of Inlet Condominium Association, Inc. has nice things to say about the support of his community by Sentry Management.

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“Sentry Management has been extremely valuable in assisting us through several construction projects. The on-site manager handling the day-to-day operations with her administrative back-up and bookkeeping team providing support has measurably made my job easier as President of our Condo Board. The building is properly maintained by well-supervised maintenance staff. Management’s monthly financial reports have given me an accurate financial analysis of the Condo’s progress. I am delighted to have Sentry Management in our corner working for us.”

Ronald C. Prati, President

Inlet Condominium Association, Inc.


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