Sentry News - Atlanta North

Sentry Management Named as a Top Association Management Company in Georgia

Sentry Management has been listed in the top three best Community Association Management companies for the state of Georgia by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The Atlanta Business Chronicle annually compiles a list of market leaders for several different business categories in Georgia. Sentry Management has three HOA and condominium management offices in Georgia including two...


Board President Sends Thank You Message to Community Manager

An Atlanta South HOA Board President had some nice things to say about their Community Association Manager, Sandy Hayduk. The message read, “As the board President, I am amazed at how Sandy seems to know all 188 of our residents. She has been with us for the ten plus years that we have been with...


Atlanta North Staff Spend a Day Volunteering at Local Animal Shelter

Atlanta North Community Association Managers and other staff members spent a day volunteering at Furkids Animal Rescue & Shelters as a part of the Giving Smiles program. The staff also donated supplies to the shelter including toys, treats, cleaning products, and office supplies. Furkids is a privately owned animal shelter, headquartered in Atlanta and is...


Sentry Atlanta Community Association Manager Receives Compliments from Local Homeowner

A Sentry Community Association Manager from Atlanta, GA named Shelby Glass, recently received a glowing review from a local homeowner at Old Atlanta Station, a Sentry-managed community since 2005. “Shelby is efficient, professional, thorough, detailed, and pleasant. She is responsive in a timely manner and always follows through,” the homeowner explained. Shelby is a certified...


Sentry Atlanta North Receives High Praise from Local Board President

The board of a local community Homeowner Association, long supported by the Sentry office in Atlanta, sent an open letter praising the actions of their local community association manager. “I wanted to express our appreciation, on behalf of the board, for the exceptional service our community has received from your company over the years. The...


Sentry Atlanta Gains Experienced Board President as Community Manager

Charles Koch has served on the Board of a large homeowner’s association for nearly two decades. He found the role challenging because it is much like managing a small business—which is his professional background. After deciding to change careers, he settled on community association management and obtained his CAM license. He interviewed with several Atlanta-area...


Charles Koch, President of Board for the Bluffs At Mountain Brook Homeowners Association Inc., gives great kudos to the Atlanta North office of Sentry Management.

“We’ve had Sentry since the beginning of our neighborhood in 2005. Having Sentry as our management company has given us peace of mind. They are professional. They are very knowledgeable about community associations and the needs of the association. If our manager doesn’t know the answer to a question, then she knows how to get...


Three practical lessons to make EVERY board meeting productive.

Our experience shows three practical techniques to create an effective meeting

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Community association projects for HOAs or condos during the winter

Community Projects for Cooler Seasons

Timing for community projects is crucial, so you don’t experience something like a pool closed down in July to have the deck refinished. During the fall and winter seasons, there are a few projects to start thinking about.

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Committees Benefit Associations

Volunteer Committees Can Benefit Associations

Volunteer committees can serve an important role in effectively governing an Association.

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