The Sentry Des Moines office recently received a glowing review from a local HOA Board President regarding the level of service received so far.
“To say the least I’m impressed! With you, Hannah and the level of reporting provided by Sentry. Last night’s Board meeting was the most productive meeting our Board has had in years,” Villas at Bridgewood Crossings Board President said.
Sentry took over management for the Villas at Bridgewood community in July of 2018.
In the note, the Board President goes on to say, “I look forward to doing business with you and Sentry for a long time. I’m sure there will be questions as we go along, nothing which can’t be resolved. Sentry provides The Villa’s a service level which is far superior to what we were getting in the past years. I like the structure you provide; professionalism is a good thing.”
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