The Sentry Management office in Loudoun, VA recently hosted a well-attended seminar for local HOA and condominium Board members. The topic of the seminar was on Reserve Planning and Studies.
Michele Baldry, PE, PRA, RS of Reserve Advisors walked Board members through the process of preparing for a study and making it a useful tool in budget and maintenance planning for communities.
“We enjoy hosting events like these that bring professionals together with our Board members. Enabling Board members to get information directly from professionals in the field means they’re better equipped to make the best decisions for their communities,” Laura Poole, Assistant Division Manager, Loudoun, VA explains.
The Sentry Loudoun office hosts several education classes throughout the year in order to provide Board members with the information and tools needed to make informed decisions for their communities.
Sentry Management is a full-service community management company. Sentry’s business is the day-to-day operation of communities, homeowner associations, and condominium associations. Sentry is accredited as an AMO® (Accredited Management Organization) by the Institute of Real Estate Management, providing an 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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