Albuquerque

Robert Shaw, Treasurer for the Towne Park Homeowners Association has great things to say about Sentry Management’s Albuquerque office.

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“Our association bylaws require a management company, but we weren’t pleased with the company we had before. So two years ago, we had three companies submit proposals and we went with Carol’s firm. And thank god we did. The company is really professional, efficient and works closely with the association. The staff is just outstanding. Because I’m the treasurer, I do co-sign the checks, but I would have no trouble letting them handle everything.”


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