Sentry News - Daytona Beach – Flagler

Sentry Management Expands Reach in Central Florida with New Daytona-Flagler Office

Sentry Management, Inc. has officially opened a Daytona office in Florida that will service the Daytona- Flagler area, in order to provide the best possible service to the increasing number of Homeowners Associations managed by Sentry in the area. The new office is located at 120 E Granada Boulevard Ormond Beach, FL 32176. Sentry has...


Sentry Management Recognized as “Best Property Management Firm”

The Orlando Business Journal announced the winners of their Readers’ Choice Awards. In the category of “Best Property Management Firm”, Sentry Management decisively won the category over all other HOA and condominium management firms. The special tribute makes us “Best of the Best” in Central Florida. We are honored to receive this accolade and believe...


Five Safeguards to Prevent Fraud and Keep Association Funds Secure

Your community is essentially a business, which is why financial stability and professional funds management is so important. Sentry prides ourselves on having five processes in place to guard against financial improprieties. They are: Sentry Management is an Accredited Management Organization® granted by IREM. Very few community management firms have this designation. It requires Sentry...


Disaster Preparedness Checklist

No matter where you live, there is a possibility that disaster may affect your community. Be prepared with this list.

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Tips for Running Effective Annual Meetings

Your Annual Meeting is more than a normal meeting. Here are some tips for making them effective for your association.

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Developing Pet & Service Animal Policies

Nine guidelines to consider when developing and enforcing pet policies.

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Homeowners and Boards Target Energy Waste

Everyone wants a smaller utility bill. As both homeowners and association Boards consider their expenses, energy savings opportunities are often overlooked. Up to 30% of all utility costs can be reduced through energy efficiency measures. A good starting point is to conduct an analysis or energy audit.