“One of my large concerns . . . was the safety and security of its (our association) financial assets. My husband worked on two other homeowners’ association Boards with Carol Rickert Asbury (VP of Albuquerque Office of Sentry Management), and his experience with Carol over many years impressed him with her professionalism. I wanted to know if Sentry is both bonded and insured. It is, on both counts. That means, in the unlikely event there is employee dishonesty, or fiduciary or community fund issues involving Sentry’s role in theft or misappropriation, a policy of $3 million dollars—three times our current budget—protects your financial interests.”
Voice of Greenbriar Townhouses Newsletter, volume 18, Number 5
Latayne C. Scott, Editor
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