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Welcome to Sentry Management Louisville

Community Management Associates is now a division of Sentry Management. If you are having issues accessing your account, or if you need to make an appointment to visit our office, please call 502-491-3550.

Community Association Management Expertise in Kentucky

Board members have busy lives, and giving back to their community should be a rewarding experience. We provide the expertise and organization to give you peace of mind and foster a harmonious community that residents are glad to call home. We are in the business of forming sustainable relationships with our clients and providing guidance and leadership to the boards and membership in a way that benefits both.

Sentry Management Louisville is comprised of a team of uniquely qualified professionals with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. As the first accredited HOA management company in Kentucky, our Community Managers have a minimum of five to ten-plus years of experience working directly with HOAs and COAs.

Exceptional Service for your HOA or Condominium

Sentry Management provides operational leadership to homeowner associations, residential condominium associations, commercial condo associations, and master-planned communities throughout the Louisville and Lexington metropolitan areas and the surrounding counties.

The Sentry Management Louisville office serves a wide variety of HOAs and condominiums in Louisville, Lexington, Lexington-Fayette, Bowling Green, Owensboro, Covington, Georgetown, Richmond, Florence, Nicholasville, and Elizabethtown. The Louisville team is dedicated to building excellent relationships with board members, and we take pride in the communities we serve.

Certified Community Managers

When you trust us to manage your community, you are investing in Community Managers who are either Certified Managers of Community Associations® (CMCA®) or Association Management Specialists® (AMS®). Having a CMCA demonstrates a manager’s foundational knowledge required to manage a community association. Managers must complete in-depth, comprehensive training on the essentials of community management and then pass a rigorous exam. Some of our managers and leadership also obtained PCAM and AMS designations. The AMS is obtained after completing at least two additional courses of education and after two years of community association management experience. The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management.

Jennifer Birkemeier, CMCA®, AMS®, is the Sentry Management Louisville Division President. With over eight years of large-scale luxury apartment, rental operations, and financial management experience and seven years of condominium and homeowner association management experience, Jennifer leads the experienced team serving Louisville and Lexington and is also involved with the Kentucky Chapter of Community Associations.

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