It’s almost that time of year again when “snowbirds” leave their properties in the southern states like Florida, Texas, and Arizona to return to their homes in the north. Below is a complete checklist of things to do before leaving your property for an extended amount of time. In addition to following the suggested items on the checklist, it is advisable to have someone, whether it is a friend or family member, or a professional is hired, to check the property regularly while it is vacant to ensure there are no existing maintenance issues, and to help prevent more costly, widespread damage from occurring.
Sentry Management is a full-service community management company. Sentry’s business is the day-to-day operation of communities, homeowner associations, and condominiums. Sentry is accredited as an AMO® (Accredited Management Organization) by the Institute of Real Estate Management, providing an independent evaluation that Sentry has one of the highest operating and financial standards in the industry. Sentry operates in dozens of localities in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
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In this issue: Sentry Management is encouraging Boards to be proactive in matters regarding COVID-19. We encourage you to follow closely the national, state and local government recommendations as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).