A Community Manager is a tireless professional that has your community’s back. They are always thinking about making the HOAs and condos they support better. Keeping the business aspects of the association running smoothly is their job. They handle all of the day-to-day details so the volunteer Board’s work is manageable. On any given day they might deal with gate operations, or calling local vendors for bids on a project, double-checking invoices, to consulting with landscapers to make sure the new plants are installed. Community Managers are the face of the association to community residents, working to fulfill the needs of homeowners. Some people may call them a superhero; we call them your Sentry Community Manager. Heroically professional. Super dedicated.
Emergencies in associations come in all types. Fires. Tornados. Floods. Hurricanes. And sometimes, big holes out of nowhere. In all of these situations, the Community Association Manager’s response is very important, especially immediately after the emergency or disaster. Sinkholes in Florida. Ocala is in an area known to residents as sinkhole alley. Sinkholes can form when the soft, porous limestone that makes up the Florida bedrock dissolves over time. What can result is an opening that can grow huge over time. Wynchase Townhomes at Fore Ranch, a Sentry-managed community, made national headlines in May 2018...
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