Sentry purchased Coastal Community Association Management (CCAM) in June and establishes new Bluffton office.
“Sentry Management has long had offices in Savannah and Charleston and already manage many properties in the Bluffton, Beaufort and Hilton Head area” notes Brad Pomp, President of Sentry in announcing the purchase. “The acquisition of Costal Community Association Management is a wonderful complement because it gives us a greater presence in the area and allows us to better serve communities directly.”
The Bluffton office will be a part of Sentry’s Atlantic Region and report to Collin Bruner, Senior Vice President. “Coastal has been long known for providing a high level of service to homeowner and condominium associations,” said Bruner. “With the addition of Sentry’s advanced technology and robust systems, professionalism and association support should be even better. Sentry is an Accredited Management Organization (AMO®) and one of only a handful of homeowner and condominium association management firms with that prestigious designation. AMO® status causes our accounting systems to be unusually rigorous and financial disclosure to be world–class.”
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