Sentry News - Hartford

Sentry Hartford Office Hosts Meet and Greet

The newly established Sentry office in Hartford, CT hosted a meet and greet for Board members at the Courtyard by Marriott Cromwell. Sentry senior staff members, including Sentry President, Bradley Pomp, and Vice President, Kregg Hale attended the event in order to introduce themselves to the 25 local HOA/COA Board members that were in attendance....


Sentry Management Announces New Hartford CT Relationship with PPM

 Sentry Management Announces New Hartford CT Relationship with PPM  (Orlando FL—June 29, 2018) Sentry Management, Inc. has joined forces with Phoenix Property Management (PPM) to become a homeowner and condominium association management leader in the Hartford Connecticut area.  Sentry now operates offices in 15 states. “We are pleased to expand our family of offices by...


New Sentry Hartford Office Praise from Local Condominium Board President

The recently opened Sentry Management, Inc. office in Hartford, CT has received high praise from a local condominium Association Board President from the Village at Loveland Hills community. “As President of a newly elected Board while our community was still under construction; my priority was to hire the first Property Manager. Our Association has stabilized...


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