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Sentry Indiana Sponsors Well-Attended Education Class

CAI Indiana HOA educational class

The Sentry Management Indianapolis office, along with the CAI Indiana branch sponsored an HOA educational class that had over 60 local homeowners and HOA board members in attendance.

“We are sponsoring 14 HOA evening educational events throughout the year, along with some property manager luncheons,” Jane Scully, Vice President, Sentry Indianapolis, IN. Division said.

“CAI is really the best resource for our board members and homeowners. It’s a great educational tool that ultimately makes their jobs easier as volunteers. We would like to continue our great working relationship with the CAI,” Jane explains.

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 independent evaluation that Sentry has one of the highest operating and financial standards in the industry. View our full list of services here: http://www.sentrymgt.com/for-association-boards/services/.


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